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Clinical Study: coenzyme Q10 and cardiac valves in dogs
Should you decide to participate in the study, you are invited to bring your dog for a free examination, which will include laboratory tests. As part of the 3-week study period, you will give your dog a nutritional supplement for two weeks, which you will receive free or charge at the first checkup. During the study, a small amount of blood will be removed on four occasions from your dog.
Interested owners are kindly requested to send us an email to: email@example.com with the title ‘For Coenzyme Q10 Research’. Please provide your contact details, including phone number, and basic information about your dog (as well as any medicine that they are currently receiving). You can specify the time when you would like us to call you.
You can call us on weekdays between 9am and 3pm on 01 477 9315 (Cardiology Clinic of the Small Animal Clinic).
The research is conducted in the Cardiology Clinic of the Clinic for Small Animals under the direction of Associate Professor Dr. Aleksandra Domanjko Petric and Associate Professor Dr. Alenka German Saint.
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