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7 dogs (9 stifle joints) categorized their dog's return to function as acceptable. No owners reported return to function as unacceptable. Owners of 9 dogs (representing 9 stifle joints) reported that their dog had an increase in activity following

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missing from the medical records. An animal was considered to have a good outcome if the owner reported normal to near-normal stool consistency, no vomiting, and no need for treatment other than dietary management or nutritional supplements. An animal was

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, or severe; P = 0.40), ambulatory status (ambulatory vs nonambulatory; P = 0.38), or location of the main lesion ( P = 0.47). Figure 2— Distribution of owner-reported long-term (t 6 months) outcome for 54 Doberman Pinschers (23 treated

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any factors that could contribute to resistance. For some (11/25 [44%]) participants, the conversation extended into concern about antimicrobial resistance and the development of so-called superbugs. Almost half (5/11) of those owners reported being

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1 week prior to reevaluation, when the tenesmus returned. During examination by the referring veterinarian, the owners reported that the cat had vomited intermittently after episodes of tenesmus. Abdominal radiography revealed that the colon was

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, with lead-only walking allowed during those 12 weeks at progressively increasing durations. Six weeks after surgery, the owner reported that the dog's use of the left pelvic limb had considerably improved, with no signs of the previously reported gait

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work that evening. The owner reported that she knew of no past or recent trauma the cat may have undergone but that she had only owned it since it was 1 year of age. The cat weighed 3.6 kg (7.9 lb; body condition score, 4/9) and had a heart rate of 208

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follow-up physical examination by the referring veterinarian 3 weeks after surgery were normal. The owner reported no vomiting at that time, and the cat's appetite was good. Approximately 2 months after surgery, the owner reported occasional vomiting

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used in the management of separation anxiety, fear of thunderstorms or loud noises, and other fear- or anxiety-related problems in dogs. 2–4 Owner-reported adverse effects of diazepam administration in dogs include ataxia, undesirable or excessive

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. Twelve of the 24 (50%) owners said that they used tick preventative on their dog, but 8 of these 12 reported using tick preventative only during the summer months (ie, June through August). Only 1 owner reported using tick preventative year-round, 3

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