We've heard lots of great things about the Morris Animal Foundation and so when they contacted us about the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study, we were already familiar with it and happy to share the information.
This is a guest post by Katie F. on behalf of Morris Animal Foundation. Visit morrisanimalfoundation.org/ to learn more about the animal health research that Morris Animal Foundation participates in.
Morris Animal Foundation wants to put a stop to cancer in dogs, so this nonprofit has launched the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study. This study will look at how to prevent and treat cancer in dogs so that fewer canines will have to suffer. The study will focus on Golden Retrievers, but the results from this research will hopefully be able to help all dogs.
Join us in the fight against cancer by signing up your dog for the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study or by simply spreading the word about this research project. We appreciate anything that you can do!
Qualifications to Sign up for the Study:
- Golden Retriever owners must be over 18 years old and reside in the contiguous United States in order to participate.
- Golden Retrievers must be healthy and less than two years old.
- Golden Retrievers also must have a three-generation pedigree.
The main part of the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study will focus on questionnaires and annual exams. For more information about this study, visit the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study.
We're joining the Give Cancer the Paw Blog Hop, co-hosted by Peggy's Pet Place and Pooches Smooches.
In the first Give Cancer the Paw Blog Hop, we shared some information that we found helpful from our first-hand experience with canine cancer.
Check out the blogs in the linky below for more great information.