And while the possibilities are endless, the Dog Aging Project is heading into this endeavor with four main goals in mind: finding predictors of disease, conducting genome sequencing on all of the canines, creating standardize assessments for canine aging, and trying to create safe medication options to improve a dog’s quality and length of life.
- Scientific Results: Associations between physical activity and cognitive dysfunction in older companion dogs
- Scientific Results: Demographic factors associated with joint supplement use in dogs from the Dog Aging Project
- Scientific Results: Lifetime prevalence of malignant and benign tumors in companion dogs
- Scientific Results: Living in a Disadvantaged Neighborhood is Associated with Reduced Dog-Walking
- Scientific Results: Development and evaluation of a survey instrument to assess veterinary medical record suitability for multi-center research studies