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basis following a traumatic injury approximately 6 years earlier. Over the ensuing 6 years, the site was noted to have intermittent, nonpainful, fluctuant swelling. The owner reported that with warm compresses and moderate pressure, deflation of the site

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poor. Excellent outcome included dogs that owners considered to be clinically normal, that were not receiving any form of medical or special treatment, and for which the owners reported no clinical signs of exercise intolerance. Good outcome included

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volunteers (62/124 [50%]) with consistent animal contact should receive preexposure prophylaxis. Only 26 of 124 (21%) facility owners reported having a preexposure prophylaxis policy in place; however, 20 of 64 (31%) owners of facilities in RRVV+ counties

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discharge was still present, but the owner reported improvement in the amount of nasal discharge seen since the previous visit. The horse was sedated with a combination of butorphanol (5 mg, IV) and detomidine hydrochloride (5 mg, IV). The endoscopic

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. Tracking quality of life for dogs with cancer I want to congratulate Giuffrida et al 1 for their development and validation of the Canine Owner-Reported Quality of Life (CORQ) questionnaire, which was designed to measure quality of life (QOL) in dogs

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A 14-year-old spayed female Schnauzer was evaluated for syncopal episodes and cough of 3 months’ duration. The owner reported that syncopal episodes occurred during periods of excitement or coughing. The dog had a prior history of degenerative

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behavior problem. The owner reported that the dog played with its toys and responded well to the new routine. Moreover, it was easier to stop the tail-chasing behavior than it had been before the behavioral consultation, although the frequency and duration

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diagnostic testing. 2,3 Five months after the initial evaluation, the owner reported that the cat appeared to be normal. References 1. Rogers KS Walker MA . Disorders of the mediastinum . Compend Contin Educ Pract Vet 1997 ; 19 : 69

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examinations revealed that the horse also had a firm, movable mass that communicated with the oral cavity. The mass was rostral to the puncture wound. Signs of pain were not elicited during examination. The owner reported that the mass had been evident for

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their legal responsibilities. Finally, treatment with fluoxetine (1 mg/kg [0.45 mg/lb], PO, q 24 h) was also prescribed. Six weeks later, the owners returned for a second behavioral consultation. At this time, the owners reported that the dog appeared

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