Frequently Asked Questions
What is The One Health Company?
The One Health Company is a clinical trial network of the leading specialty veterinary hospitals in the United States. Our system runs similar to the Human Phase III trials, by recruiting already sick pets. We offer pet parents cutting-edge experimental treatment options they typically would not have access to for free. Our goal is to improve care and treatment for both pets and humans.
What does The One Health Company test?
Pharmaceuticals, biologics, injectables, large molecules, medical devices, and diagnostics. EVERYTHING The One Health Company evaluates has already demonstrated safety and efficacy in animals.
Will my Pet receive care from a veterinarian?
ALL animals are treated and monitored by Board Certified Veterinary Specialists at the top veterinary schools and specialty veterinary hospitals in the World.
Who provides care for my pet?
Animals enrolled in The One Health Company clinical trials remain with their parents the entire trial. The pet parent is responsible for returning to the hospital for evaluation by veterinary specialists. Pets are family members and we would never want to separate them from their families.
Why is it better for the animal to stay at home with their owners?
Owners know their animals and their one-on-one relationship with their animal will provide exemplary clinical feedback and care.
Will my animal be taken from my family to participate in a trial?
Absolutely not! Pets are members of the families and we would never separate family members. We believe it the close bond between pet parent and pets that helps us understand intricate responses to therapy.
Sample Spontaneous Disease Models - Why create more disease when so much exists naturally?
- Cavalier King Charles - Vascular Septal Defects, Mitral Insufficiency
- German Shepard - Perianal Tumors, Hip and Elbow Dysplasia, Subaortic Stenosis, Hemophilia, Panosteitis
- Doberman - Cardiomyopathy, Hypothyroidism, vWD, Mast Cell Tumor
- Labrador Retriever - Cranial Cruciate Rupture, Arthritis, Hemangiosarcoma
- Golden Retriever - Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, Benign Splenic Hyperplasia
- Chihuahua - Luxating patellas, Melanoma, Bladder stones, Obesity
- Dachshund - Intervertebral Disk Disease, Mammary Carcinoma, Hypertension
- Aussie Shepard - Epilepsy, Progressive Retinal Atrophy
- Beagle - Glaucoma, Renal Amyloidosis, Sebaceous Gland Tumors
- Bassett Hound - Otitis externa, Carpus Valgus
- Boxers - Glioblastoma, Congestive Heart Failure, Mast Cell Tumors
- Bulldogs - Snoring, obesity, Pyoderma, Adenocarcinoma
- Cocker Spaniels - Dental Disease, Cleft Palate, Oropharyngeal Neoplasia, Hemophilia, IMPT, IMHA
- Lhasa Apso - Bladder Stones, Keratoconjunctivitis sicca, Retinal Atrophy, Renal Dysplasia
- Yorkie - Portosystematic Shunts, Legg-Perthes Disease, Retinal Dysplasia
- Poodle - Cataracts, Addison's, Neonatal Encephalopathy, Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Psoriasis
- Pomeranian - Alopecia, Cataracts, Dwarfism, Seizure
- Samoyed - Alport Disease, Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis
- Westie - Diabetes mellitus, Melanoma, Transitional Cell Carcinoma, Fanconi