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Opportunity Assessment

Enroll your Dog in a Clinical Study for the Management of Clinical Signs of Acute Onset Pancreatitis.

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What is the Purpose of this Study?

Dogs with acute pancreatitis experience debilitating symptoms, and we would like to help manage this. Acute Pancreatitis can be mild, or very serious so it is important to recognize symptoms early. If your dog has been diagnosed with or has a presumed diagnosis, they may be eligible to enroll! This study will evaluate the safety and effectiveness of this newly proposed treatment in dogs who are experiencing symptoms of acute onset pancreatitis.

What is a Clinical Study?

When Do I Have to Go to the Clinic?

There will be up to 3 visits over the course of 10 days.

What Will Happen in the Study?

There will be:

  • Labwork
  • Physical Examinations
  • Assigned Treatment

Is My Pet Eligible to Enroll?

*Requirements for Eligibility to Participate Include (but aren’t limited to):

  • Dogs must have been diagnosed or have a presumed diagnosis of acute pancreatitis.
  • Dog must be >6 months of age
  • Dog cannot be pregnant, lactating or intended for breeding
  • Dog cannot have been treated with steroids

*please talk to the study veterinarian for more information.

What Do I Have to Do?

You are responsible for:

  • Bringing your dog(s) in for all scheduled visits, including a hospital stay.
  • Documenting any unusual observations regarding your dog during the study on provided forms

Benefits of Enrolling Your Dog

When you enroll your dog in a clinical study, you are helping the world take steps toward a healthier globe. Your dog will receive:
Access to a potentially new treatment
The opportunity to be part of medical innovations for veterinary science
Free cutting edge care with eligibility for compensation


The study covers all related costs, including:

  • Physical exams
  • Labwork
  • Assigned Treatment

You may also receive additional compensation for your time and participation in the study.

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