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Clinical Evaluation of Velvet Antler
Canadian Veterinary Journal - February 2004 (Also reported on CNN and other media outlets)

Clinical Evaluation of Velvet Antler for Treatment of Osteoarthritis in Dogs
The University of Montreal (Quebec, Canada) Maxim Moreau, Jacques Dupuis, Norbert H. Bonneau, Manon Lecuyer

In a university conducted study elk (deer) antler velvet was evaluated on a group of dogs with osteoarthrorsis in a clinical double blind and placebo-controlled study. One group of dogs received a placebo for 30 days then Antler Velvet for 60 days. The second group received Velvet for 60 days. During the study a force plate measured gait analysis and an Orthopaedic Surgeon assessed clinical signs. The performances in daily life activities and vitality was assessed by the dog owners and complete blood analysis’s were obtained at day 0, after 30 days of placebo and after 60 days of being on Antler Velvet.

The study found that, of the first group of dogs none showed any improvement after being on the placebo for 30 days but after being on Velvet their gait, their performances in daily life activities and their vitality were significantly improved. The second group that was only on Velvet showed similar improvements. No clinical changes were revealed in the blood analyses.

Overall the study found the administration of Velvet was effective in alleviating the condition in arthritic dogs. (Click here to view full study findings) – This takes you to the PDF of the report.

The Canadian Veterinary Journal, published by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, is the 'voice of veterinary medicine in Canada'. This monthly, peer-reviewed general scientific publication features a wide variety of articles and regular columns intended for the veterinary practitioner.

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