Bernville Veterinary Clinic is honored to participate in the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study sponsored by Morris Animal Foundation. The groundbreaking study will follow 3000 golden retrievers throughout their lives to identify risk factors and the most effective treatments for cancer and other diseases. If you missed the article about the study in the Reading Eagle, you can read it here: http://readingeagle.com/article.aspx?id=480238 To learn more about enrolling your golden, please visit www.caninelifetimehealth.org. If you have any questions about the study, please call Dr. Lee Pickett at 610-488-0166 or email her at email@example.com.
Bernville Veterinary Clinic is pleased to announce our participation in the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study sponsored by Morris Animal Foundation. The study, which will follow 3000 goldens throughout their lives, is a groundbreaking project designed to learn more about risk factors for cancer and other problems that affect the breed, and to determine how to better prevent, diagnose and treat these diseases. You’ll benefit many ways: the study pays for your dog’s annual blood, urine and fecal tests; you’ll learn preliminary findings before the final study report is published; and you’ll gain the satisfaction of helping to improve the health of golden retrievers. If your purebred golden retriever is under two years of age, you may be eligible to participate. Visit www.CanineLifetimeHealth.org to learn more, and then call 610-488-0166 to make an appointment with Dr. Lee Pickett.