unraveling the mysteries

Thank you for considering joining the Control Group of our Canine Behavioral Study. Your willingness to participate is instrumental in helping us gain a comprehensive understanding of the impact of behavior challenges on canine physiology.

As a member of the Control Group, your dog should be in normal health and exhibit no significant behavior challenges. Your role in this study involves maintaining your dog’s current lifestyle without introducing any major changes during the 120-day study period. By keeping your dog’s lifestyle consistent, you will provide invaluable baseline data that will serve as a reference point for comparison with the results obtained from the Study Group.

We understand that your dedication to your furry companion is of utmost importance, and we appreciate your commitment to ensuring that your dog’s routine remains unchanged throughout the study. This consistent approach will allow us to explore the specific effects of behavior challenges and their potential association with chronic stress on canine physiology.

During the study, we will conduct Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA) on two occasions: at the beginning and the end of the study. The HTMA will be a non-invasive procedure and will help us observe potential changes in your dog’s physiological markers. Rest assured that your dog’s well-being is of paramount concern to us, and we will treat all information and data collected with the utmost confidentiality and respect.

Your participation as part of the Control Group will be instrumental in contributing to the scientific knowledge surrounding canine behavior and its potential implications for overall canine health. We sincerely appreciate your commitment to this research endeavor and look forward to your invaluable contributions.

Thank you for considering joining the Control Group of our Canine Behavioral Study. Together, we can create a world of Pure Love & Harmony for our beloved canine friends.