Take Part in a WSU Equine Pain Management Survey

A Washington State University research team is seeking input from horse owners and veterinarians to better understand factors that influence discussion and decisions about equine pain management.
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Researchers are seeking horse owners’ and veterinarians’ input on a survey about pain management in horses. If your horse experiences an injury or undergoes surgery, your veterinarian often recommends one or more medications to provide relief from that pain. A team of researchers at Washington State University is trying to better understand the factors that influence the discussion and decisions related to pain management in horses with a primary goal of improving medical care for horses.

Who can participate?

You qualify to be a part of this study if:

  • You are more than 18 years of age, and
  • You currently own at least one horse

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