- Scientists at TGen have teamed up with AHS to conduct a study for Valley Fever in dogs. They are in need of 8,000 more saliva samples.
- Valley Fever is an infection caused by fungus in soils, and dogs are especially susceptible to contract the disease because they tend to play in the dirt and dust.
- The study has revealed so far that Boxers and Golden Retrievers are more likely to be diagnosed.
- TGen will send test kits to those interested in participating, which consists of a quick cheek swab. Visit TGen.org/VFPAWS to sign up and help save more lives!
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