Morris Animal Foundation Golden Retriever Lifetime Study

“The Morris Animal Foundation’s Golden Retriever Lifetime Study is the largest and longest effort ever undertaken to improve the health of dogs. Over the next 10 to 14 years, observational data collected from 3,000 Golden Retrievers will help us learn how to prevent cancer and other diseases that take the lives of dogs too soon.” ~Morris Animal Foundation

There are more than 70 million dogs living in the United States today. Half of those dogs will die of cancer over the age of 10. 

The Morris Foundation has reached its 3,000th Golden Retriever!

Want to help?

The Morris Animal Foundation needs dogs to enroll in a veterinary medical history. If you want your dog to be part of the study, you must meet these requirements:

    • Be a healthy, purebred Golden Retriever
    • Have a verifiable three-generation pedigree
    • Be younger than 2 years old
    • Reside in the contiguous United States

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