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Statement of the Problem A dog was examined because of aggression directed at unfamiliar people and at dogs entering the home or passing on leash walks close to the home. Signalment The dog was a 3-year-old castrated male Boxer

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, including electrical stimulation, 6 massage, 1 passive ROM exercises, 1 leash walking, 1 swimming, 1,2 and treadmill exercise. 3 Benefits of physiotherapy over more typical restricted exercise include improvement in scores for lameness evaluation

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

during exercise, general attitude, and attitude toward receiving human affection; and whether the dog walked better with or without a leash after surgery or if this was unchanged. If the dog swam prior to surgery, the owner was asked whether it had

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appropriate treatment, including what if any medication to prescribe, should consider consultation with or referral to a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists. On the other hand, clients who need help with basic training such as leash

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) when the owner was not at home. The owner walked the dog off the property 3 times each day because the home did not have a fenced yard. A flat buckle collar and leash were used for the walks. The owner described the dog's personality as anxious and

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, the founder of veterinary social work and the Center for Veterinary Social Work Director, is fiercely protective of those in the veterinary profession: “Dr. Strand realizes at the end of every leash, or the head of every herd, is a person

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type of other pets in the household; and time spent each day on controlled leash walks, off-leash activity, and unobserved activity. Owners were also asked whether the dog regularly engaged in any strenuous activities, such as hiking, hunting, working

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experiment, neither lameness nor neurological deficits were detected on physical examination in any of the dogs. Additionally, baseline values regarding sensory (skin pinch at the relevant dermatomes), motor (video recording of the dog being walked on a leash

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or a harness with a 6-foot leash on walks. The owner noted that when the harness was taken out prior to walks, the dog would hide and cower; it appeared to move more slowly and did not follow well-known training cues to sit and make eye contact when

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obvious signs of aggression consisted of barking and lunging at other dogs with the teeth bared. The owners subsequently always kept the dog on leash when in the vicinity of other dogs because of the risk of aggression. The owners were not able to supply

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