Northgate Clinical Trials

Here at Northgate Pet Clinic, we are always looking towards the future. Our Clinical Trials allow us to play a part in the development of modern medicine for animals of all breeds. Click the links below to find out more about our current Clinical Trials and how they could be beneficial to your pet and the future treatment of others!

 

Canine Hypothyroidism

Is your dog overweight? Not eating well? sleeping more than usual? lethargic? having skin or coat issues? If so, he/she may qualify to participate in our hypothyroidism clinical trial! Click the link above for more information.

Canine Demodex Mange

Is your dog experiencing.. patches of hair loss? rubbing of the face or head? redness or inflammation of the skin? paws that are swelling? If so, then he/she may qualify to participate in our canine Demodex clinical trial! Click the link above for more information.

 

Feline Chronic Kidney Disease

 

Stem Cell for Canines with Osteoarthritis

 

Derm Spray for Canines

Does your dog have allergies? Does their skin get red, irritated, and itchy? If so, he/she could qualify to participate in our allergic dermatitis clinical trial! Click the link above for more information.

Canine Osteoarthritis

Have you noticed signs of Osteoarthritis in your dog? If so, click the link above to see if he/she could qualify to participate in the clinical trial!

Feline Upper Respiratory Infections

Does your cat have the sniffles? If so, he/she may qualify to participate in the acute upper respiratory infection clinical trial! Click the link above for more information.

Canine Acute Pancreatitis

 

 

 

Please call our clinic at (217) 877-4393 and ask to speak with Elaine with any questions!



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