Volunteers Wanted for a Ground-Breaking RVC Arthritis in Dogs Study

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The Royal Veterinary College and Lintbells conduct a new study to investigate the efficacy of YUMOVE in reducing the clinical signs associated with arthritis in dogs.

The Royal Veterinary College in conjunction with Lintbells, the leading Pet Supplements provider, are conducting an exciting new study using state of the art activity monitors to investigate the efficacy of YUMOVE in reducing the clinical signs associated with arthritis in dogs. YUMOVE is a leading supplement for joint aid for dogs.

The Royal Veterinary College is looking for volunteers to take part in the study. In order to take part, you will need to visit the RVC in North Mymms (Hertfordshire) on three occasions during the study.

So what do you get for taking part?

•Three full referral sessions by one of the RVC's leading Orthopaedic specialists – you will have a complete understanding of the condition of your dog's joints.
•Free radiographs of your dogs joints if required – shows the exact nature of any arthritis your dog may be suffering
•Free YUMOVE during the study
•Advice from the orthopaedic specialists on how to care for your dog's joints going forward

This level of Orthopaedic evaluation & advice would normally cost well over £500.

Yumove® has been specifically formulated to include glucosamine for dogs, chondroitin and Omega 3 from green lipped mussel which all work together to support joint mobility. YUMOVE was launched in 2009, and has helped 10,000s of dogs during that time.

This research will provide owners & professionals with the best evidence possible of the effects of YUMOVE in joint health. It will also enable the RVC to develop new ways of evaluating the effects of canine OA in a real life situation, further advancing the science in this important area of dog health.

How do I find out more?

Click this link to find out more about the study, or give the RVC Clinical Investigation Centre a call on 0-170-766-6605.
Email:- cic(at)rvc(dot)ac(dot)uk

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