Clinical Study (double-blind)
Joint Mobility on a squad of flyball dogs
A clinically controlled double-blind study was completed by Writtle University using DOG StreamZ smart collars. The study was carried out with an aim to evaluate the StreamZ technology and establish the benefits of use on dogs and in particularly the impact on joint mobility. A study was developed, controlled and analysed independently.
Writtle University College is one of the largest land-based universities in the UK, boasting world renowned canine facilities including their recently opened Centre for Equine and Animal Science (CEQAS) and their links with The Retired Greyhound Trust.