We Are Currently Accepting Dogs in a Clinical Study for Gastrointestinal Nematode Infections (Hookworms + Roundworms)
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Gastrointestinal nematodes (roundworms and hookworms) infect dogs through other animals, and they can infect people, too. Heavy nematode infections can lead to serious side effects, with some dogs never showing symptoms. We are currently accepting dogs in a clinical trial to treat these types of intestinal parasite infections.
This study will evaluate the safety and effectiveness of this newly proposed treatment in dogs who are currently diagnosed with these gastrointestinal nematodes.
Access to a new potential treatment for gastrointestinal nematode infection
The opportunity to be part of medical innovations for veterinary science
Eligible for compensation
What Will Happen in The Study?
There will be:
- Physical examinations
- Lab work
- Administration of the assigned study treatment
- Possible heartworm test
- 3 visits over the course of approximately 2 weeks
Is My Pet Eligible to Enroll?
*Requirements for Eligibility to Participate Include (but aren’t limited to):
- Dog is at least 8 weeks old by day 0
- Dog is generally in good health or stable condition
- Dog cannot be pregnant or lactating, or intended for breeding during the study
- Dog must be positive for either hookworms or roundworms
- Dog cannot have been recently treated with a long acting topical or injectable parasiticide
- Dog cannot have tested positive for heartworms on Day 7 of study
*Please talk to the study veterinarian for more information.
The study covers all related costs, including:
Possible heartworm test
Assigned study treatment