Small Animal Clinical Trials
The University of Florida Small Animal Hospital offers Clinical Trials for Dogs, Cats, and other small animals to determine efficacy and safety for future treatments, therapies, and diagnostic tools. Please call (352) 392-2235 to be directed to a clinical trial that may suit your pet’s needs.
Current Clinical Trials in Dogs:
- Investigation of a Venous Slow Occlusive Device for Treatment of Dogs with Congenital Extrahepatic Portosystemic Shunts
- Investigational Technique for Gastric Decompression in Dogs with Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus
Integrative Medicine and Neurology
Integrative Medicine and Dermatology
- Vaccine Study for Dogs with Osteosarcoma
- Response Rate to a Single Dose of Vinblastine Administered to Naïve Dogs with B-cell or T-cell Multicentric Lymphoma
- Microwave Ablation of Metastatic Nodules in Canine Patients
- Vaccine Study for Dogs with Melanoma
- Investigational Vaccine for Dogs with Atopic Dermatitis
- Gut Microbiota in Healthy and Atopic Golden Retrievers and Australian Shepherds
- Probiotics or Fecal Transplant as Treatment for Canine Atopic Dermatitis
Current Clinical Trials in Cats:
We are not offering any clinical trials in cats at this time. Please check back for updates.