A new study by the University of Liverpool into treating osteoarthritis in dogs is in need of some willing participants. The study will compare the effects of two common licensed treatments for osteoarthritis in dogs. It needs dogs that are older than one year, weigh more than 10 kilos and have either been diagnosed with arthritis by their vet, or whose owners believe they are suffering from arthritis. Signs include stiffness or a limp after rest, reluctance to go for walks, slowing down while on walks or a noticeable limp.
If you are interested in taking part in this study then please contact Ben Walton at the Small Animal Hospital at the University of Liverpool’s Leahurst campus on 0151 795 6239 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org