Dogs with Calcium Oxalate Stones
Help us evaluate two diets of different relative superesaturation for CaOx prevention in dogs.
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Calcium oxalate stones are one of the most common types of stones that form in dogs. The purpose of this study is to compare two dry diets marketed for CaOx prevention in dogs. If you agree to participate in this study, the following will happen:
- Blood and urine collection and analysis
- Abdominal x-rays and ultrasound (potentially under sedation)
- Recheck visits at 2, 6, 12, 18 and 24 months, which will include blood and urine collection, blood pressure monitoring, x-rays and possibly an ultrasound.
Dogs with Urinary Tract Infections
We are evaluating a live biotherapeutic, ASB E.coli 212, for treatment of canine bacterial UTI.
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Antimicrobial resistance is concerning for both dogs and humans. We are investigating a biotherapeutic for treatment of canine UTI.