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9 puppies). A wide range of activities were taught in puppy classes, with sit, down, recall, loose-leash walking, and “watch me” or attention activities taught in ≥ 80% of classes attended ( Figure 1 ). Fewer than 50% of puppies were exposed to

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consistent level of moderate activity, which is important for joint health, especially in patients with osteoarthritis. 48 Some of the most effective activities for improved mobility include leash walking, walking in water, and swimming. 48 It is also

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acclimated to leash walking and the gait laboratory for 2 weeks prior to commencement of the study. All study procedures were approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee of Purdue University. Study design Each dog was sedated twice, 4

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performed, and 2-view radiographs of the hip joint were obtained and examined to exclude orthopedic and neurologic diseases and confirm physeal closure. Only clinically normal dogs were included in the study. Each dog was acclimated to leash walking and to

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.  Anticipatory guidance information Information giving We will increase the dose as he grows. Counseling Obedience class helps with leash walking. Building a relationship  Positive talk Compliments That groomer has a good reputation

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were placed, at all times for ≥ 4 weeks; at-home activities were restricted to crate rest and leash walking for ≥ 8 weeks, and uncontrolled activities and training were gradually introduced beginning 12 weeks after surgery. Outcome assessments

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