RESEARCH INTO CUSHING'S SYNDROME AT NOTTINGHAM UNIVERSITY

Researchers at the University of Nottingham's School of Veterinary Medicine and Science are interested in investigating the characteristics of Cushing's Syndrome within the Border Terrier breed and would be interested in hearing from owners of dogs affected by the disease, and also in details of dogs which have previously died from it.


This is one of the conditions being monitored by the Breed Health Group and we would encourage as many owners as possible to respond. We would also be grateful if these owners could also fill in our own health survey form.


The link to the Nottingham survey is: Nottingham Survey

The link to the Border Terrier Breed Health Group survey is: Border Terrier Health Group


Eddie Houston

Breed Health Co-ordinator

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