Pet Health News

Studies in dogs, cats and horses have revealed a placebo effect — that is, some animals on mock treatments appear to improve — but the effect is not due to the patient’s perception that treatment is working, say veterinarian Brennen McKenzie and veterinary neurologist Karen Munana. Instead, observer bias may be a factor, owners may be more diligent than usual about administering medications, animals in clinical studies may get better veterinary care, or the animals may simply be improving on their own.

Read the Rest of the Article from:
Smart Brief

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *