now enrolling qualified horses in a clinical study investigating a potential new treatment for the clinical signs of Allergic Dermatitis!
The study takes place over the course of approximately 4 months. Horses must be exhibiting clinical signs of Allergic Dermatitis or must have been diagnosed with Allergic Dermatitis to qualify for the study. All study related care is free including exams, labwork and the study product, and you could even receive compensation. To get in touch or refer a case, give us a call at 813-643-7177 or email email@example.com. This is a great way to contribute to a potential new treatment and advancing veterinary medicine!
LOOKING FOR QUALIFIED CANDIDATES FOR OUR EQUINE ARTHRITIS CLINICAL TRIAL!
Brandon Equine Medical Center is participating in a clinical trial evaluating a new method of managing arthritis in horses. Currently we are looking for horses to include in our program. Qualified candidate will receive physical and lameness exams, radiographs, blood work as well as study treatment at no cost. Participants may also be compensated at the end of the study. There is no charge for screening. Conditions apply for qualification. For more information call us at 813-643-7177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brandon Equine Medical Center frequently features specials on services and a variety of events for the horse owner community.
In addition to our special, our popular Individual Wellness Plan (IWP) is always available. This plan provides a year’s worth of equine wellness care with significant discounts to its members and the option of convenient monthly payments. Customize the wellness plan, with or without add-ons, that is right for your horse and give them every advantage for a healthy, happy, and productive life.
Expert equine care in Brandon, FL.
From our board-certified horse surgeons and board-certified internists to our professional and courteous staff, at Brandon Equine Medical Center, we are committed to the health and well-being of all breeds and sizes of horses. In the field, as an outpatient, or when admitted to the horse hospital, we treat every horse like our own and every client as the most important.