OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Sept. 07, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Nall Hills Animal Hospital would like to make area residents aware that they will be participating in a study related to the palatability of dog treats formulated for canines. They are putting a call out to the Overland Park area for current clients and residents who are dog owners to assist them by participating in person for this study.
Compensation will be given to those pet owners who take the time to participate in this dog treat study. Participation requires just 30 minutes of the dog and their owner's time, and no repeat visits will be required. This is an excellent opportunity to allow pets to try out a new treat and for their owners to receive compensation for the time spent in participating in the study. In order for dogs to be eligible for participation, they cannot be on certain medications nor have any medical issues or chronic diseases.
Nall Hills Animal Hospital has been proudly serving Overland Park and the surrounding communities of Kansas since 1974. They are committed to providing the highest quality in pet health care for both prevention and treatment.
The Overland Park animal hospital provides comprehensive pet exams, vaccinations, spay and neuter services, dental care, and testing for parasites and other diseases. They also place a premium on pet owner education and will assist in determining the best course of action for each pet going forward. The Overland Park veterinarian can prescribe medications and provide surgical services when required.
Owners John Teeter, DVM and Robin Goodyear, DVM take pride in the high caliber of services offered by the practice. Together they serve community pets and owners along with Dr. Melissa Minor.
Dr. Teeter says, “As your veterinarians in Overland Park, we strive to always bring the best level of care possible to your pet. We treat all pets and their owners like part of our family and are excited to invite Overland Park area residents in for this dog treat study.”
Nall Hills Animal Hospital is located at 9544 Nall Avenue in Overland Park, Kansas. The Overland Park vet can be contacted at (913) 808-3181 for specifics and details about eligibility in this study, as well as for time slot availabilities. An overview of the Overland Park veterinary clinic and their services may also be accessed on their website at http://nallhillsanimalhospital.com/.
Nall Hills Animal Hospital, (913) 808-3181
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