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catheter use and did not prevent use of these catheters for induction of anesthesia. The 3 dogs in which suture breakage was detected were young (14, 35, and 38 months old, respectively), large-breed, and active dogs. The amount of activity (running off-leash

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leash, which allowed the dog to roam freely in the room. A water bowl and blanket were provided in the room for the dog, and the owner was seated in a chair while ignoring the dog. At the end of the 9-minute preexamination phase, the veterinary

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h for 5 days) and tramadol (3.5 to 5 mg/kg [1.6 to 2.3 mg/lb], PO, q 8 to 12 h as needed for 5 to 7 days). The owners were instructed to keep dog 1 confined to a crate when unsupervised and to restrict activity to leash walks when outdoors. Five

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removed from the community. Local health departments and animal control officials can enforce the removal of strays more effectively if owned animals are required to have identification and be confined or kept on leash. Strays should be impounded for at

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application, and to restrict the dog's activity for 6 weeks, allowing only short walks on a leash and harness. Figure 4— Radiographic (panels A through J) and magnetic resonance images (panels K and L) obtained after surgery in dog 1. The prosthesis is

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veterinarians to educate clients and the public about the risks associated with allowing cats free-roam access to the outdoors. Keeping owned cats confined, such as housing them in an enriched indoor environment, in an outdoor enclosure, or exercising leash

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calibrated by the use of a registered known weight in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions before use each day. The analyzer was placed in the center of a dedicated gait analysis laboratory, and leashed dogs were walked onto the device from behind

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recumbency but unable to stand; or 3 = fast asleep. Food and water were offered at each time point. As part of the CMPS-SF, dogs were put on a leash and encouraged to come outside of the cage. The cages were then visually inspected for any signs of urination

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.tvjl.2014.09.022 8. Keebaugh AE Redman-Bentley D Griffon DJ . Influence of leash side and handlers on pressure mat analysis of gait characteristics in small-breed dogs . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2015 ; 246 : 1215 – 1221 . 10.2460/javma.246

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. 10.1055/s-0038-1632802 21. Keebaugh AE , Redman-Bentley D , Griffon DJ . Influence of leash side and handlers on pressure mat analysis of gait characteristics in small-breed dogs . J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2015 ; 246 : 1215 – 1221 . 10

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