What to expect at the screening appointment

The participating veterinarian will ask you a few questions, give your dog a physical exam, examine your dog’s ears, and use a swab to collect a sample from the ear canal to evaluate under a microscope.

If your dog qualifies for enrollment and you agree to participate, your dog will receive the study treatment and you will receive instructions on how to continue.

Don’t worry, if your dog’s ear condition doesn’t qualify for the study, the study veterinarian will recommend appropriate ear care to help your dog, so it’s definitely worth making that call!

Ready to take the next step?

Find out if there is a participating veterinarian near you for screening.

Learn more about the study in these FAQs.

If you believe your dog is eligible, complete this brief form to learn if your dog may qualify for screening. If yes, you’ll be given the phone number of the participating veterinary clinic near you to discuss scheduling a screening appointment.

What to expect at the screening appointment

The participating veterinarian will ask you a few questions, give your dog a physical exam,  examine your dog’s ears, and use a swab to collect a sample from the ear canal to evaluate under a microscope.

If your dog qualifies for enrollment and you agree to participate, your dog will receive a study treatment and you will receive instructions on how to continue.

Don’t worry, if your dog’s ear condition doesn’t qualify for the study, the study veterinarian will recommend appropriate ear care to help your dog, so it’s definitely worth making that call!

Ready to take the next step?

Find out if there is a participating veterinarian near you for screening.

Learn more about the study in these FAQs.

If you believe your dog is eligible, complete this brief FORM to learn if your dog may qualify for screening. If yes, you’ll be given the phone number of the participating veterinary clinic near you to discuss scheduling a screening appointment.

What to expect at the screening appointment

The participating veterinarian will ask you a few questions, examine your dog’s ears, and use a swab to collect a sample from the ear canal to evaluate under a microscope.

If your dog qualifies for enrollment and you agree to participate, your dog will receive the study treatment and instructions on how to continue.

Don’t worry, if your dog’s ear condition doesn’t qualify for the study, the study veterinarian will recommend appropriate ear care to help your dog, so it’s definitely worth making that call!

Ready to take the next step?

Find out if there is a participating veterinarian near you for screening.

Learn more about the study in these FAQs.

If you believe your dog qualifies, call the participating veterinary clinic near you right away and tell them you’re interested in the study and would like to schedule a screening appointment.