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Siamese > Siamese Oral Compulsive Study

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Purred: Wed Aug 1, '12 9:23am PST 
The Animal Behavior Clinic at the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine is searching for Siamese cat owners to participate in a research project on oral compulsive behavior. Dr. Nicholas Dodman is the director of the study. You may have heard of him from Animal Planet, Dateline, the Today Show or one of his several bestselling books. Study participation does not require a veterinary visit.

Specifically, we are still looking for Siamese kitties who do NOT exhibit oral compulsive behavior (in other words, controls for our project).
For additional information on our project, please see the following website:

http://cgi.vet.tufts.edu/clinical_trials/projects/birman _and_siamese_cat_oral_compulsive_behavior_survey

(If the link doesn't direct you to the exact page, please select "Clinical Specialty" and then "Behavior.")
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Cat Health > Siamese + Birmans Needed for Compulsive Behavior Project
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Purred: Wed Aug 1, '12 9:21am PST 
The Animal Behavior Clinic at the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine is searching for Birman cat owners to participate in a research project on oral compulsive behavior. Dr. Nicholas Dodman is the director of the study. You may have heard of him from Animal Planet, Dateline, the Today Show or one of his several bestselling books. Study participation does not require a veterinary visit. For additional information on our project, please see the following website:

http://cgi.vet.tufts.edu/clinical_trials/projects/birman _and_siamese_cat_oral_compulsive_behavior_survey

(If the link doesn't direct you to the exact page, please select "Clinical Specialty" and then "Behavior.")
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Behavior & Training > Siamese & Birman Cat Oral Compulsive Study

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The Animal Behavior Clinic at the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine is searching for Birman & Siamese cat owners to participate in a research project on oral compulsive behavior. Dr. Nicholas Dodman is the director of the study. You may have heard of him from Animal Planet, Dateline, the Today Show or one of his several bestselling books. Study participation does not require a veterinary visit. For additional information on our project, please see the following website:

http://cgi.vet.tufts.edu/clinical_trials/projects/birman _and_siamese_cat_oral_compulsive_behavior_survey

(If the link doesn't direct you to the exact page, please select "Clinical Specialty" and then "Behavior.")
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Birman > Birman Owners Wanted for Tufts Animal Behavior Clinic Study

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Purred: Tue Jul 24, '12 4:21pm PST 
The Animal Behavior Clinic at the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine is searching for Birman cat owners to participate in a research project on oral compulsive behavior. Dr. Nicholas Dodman is the director of the study. You may have heard of him from Animal Planet, Dateline, the Today Show or one of his several bestselling books. Study participation does not require a veterinary visit. For additional information on our project, please see the following website:

http://cgi.vet.tufts.edu/clinical_trials/projects/birman _and_siamese_cat_oral_compulsive_behavior_survey

(If the link doesn't direct you to the exact page, please select "Clinical Specialty" and then "Behavior.")
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