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, thereby improving the ability to identify cases that need extended care. Finally, Pailler et al 5 complements the veterinary perspective with a study that explores owner-reported long-term outcomes and perceived quality of life in canine and feline

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useful in helping to distinguish blastomycosis from histoplasmosis. See page 1133 Owner-reported adverse events following vaccination of dogs that did or did not receive a Leptospira vaccine Veterinary practitioners have expressed concern

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diet had significantly higher serum total omega-3 fatty acid concentrations and significantly lower serum arachidonic acid concentrations at 6, 12, and 24 weeks. In addition, these dogs had a significantly improved owner-reported ability to rise from a

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postoperative care (2), psychological impact on the pet (2), the pet's age (2), or cosmetic (1). Two owners reported > 1 primary concern. Fifty-eight of 64 (91%) owners thought their veterinarian had adequately prepared them for their dog's overall experience

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-seeking behavior, and generalized anxiety. 3 – 6 The owners reported they never saw any signs of anxiety in their home-monitoring video recordings when they were out and in the absence of siren; thus, separation anxiety was ruled out. 5 , 7 Attention

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noises at the daycare center, but the behavior was considered better than when it was left alone in the house. The owner reported that the dog did not make these noises when it was left alone in a car. Physical Examination Findings and Laboratory

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and lived in a household with a spayed female Siamese cat. The owners had obtained this cat from a breeder at 8 weeks of age, and the cat had been castrated at 4 months of age. The owners reported that the cat had a bold personality as a kitten

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weighing 33 kg (73 lb). History The dog had been obtained by the owner from a breeder at 7 weeks of age. The owner reported that the dog had behaved well around people and dogs until 1.5 years of age, when it began barking at unfamiliar people and

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( Table 1 ). A maximum of 39 miniature swine were kept at 1 California premises, which reported rescue or fostering as their primary activity. Approximately one third of respondents also owned other livestock. Although ≥ 85% of owners reported keeping

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< 0.001). Ability to interrupt —Owners of 99 dogs completed the question regarding the ease with which they could interrupt their dog's tail-chasing behavior. Eighty-seven (88%) owners reported that they could interrupt their dog from tail chasing

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