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. Flunixin was administered for 3 days after surgery, and ceftiofur was administered for 7 days after surgery. The cow was discharged 8 days after surgery. The owner reported that the cow was doing well and had gained weight 1, 2, 5, and 8 months after

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because many owners reported that fights would have continued if they did not intervene. At the time of the initial assessment, the median total number of fights reported was 4 (95% CI, 3 to 5; n = 10). Further analysis of this variable was not performed

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. Follow-up information on the cat that underwent the debulking surgery was available 1 year postoperatively. The owner reported that the cat was doing well, breathing better, and eating and drinking well with an acceptable quality of life. Follow

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record when present. Owner-reported follow-up by telephone was obtained for all horses a minimum of 6 months following surgery to determine the postoperative health of the horse including any owner-noted complications, description of current clinical

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study of aging, age-related disease, and end-of-life events in US companion dogs. 23 To gather comprehensive information about death among participating dogs, the DAP created the owner-reported End of Life Survey (EOLS), 5 , 25 which includes items

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may be influenced by factors other than the patient's QOL; therefore, survival time may not accurately represent the duration of improvement in the patient's QOL, and owner-reported QOL may be a more effective measure of PRT effectiveness. Owners are

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) . Owners reported that 24 of 86 (28%) of dogs and 12 of 68 (17.6%) of cats appeared painful at home. Of the dogs that seemed painful to their owners, most were reported to appear painful within the first 12 hours, with only 2 dogs appearing painful between

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included pet (n = 10), fiber (7), and show (5). Twelve animals were reported to have multiple uses. Follow-up revealed that breeding was attempted with 27 females after returning home. Owners reported that in 2 animals, breeding was not attempted after

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within 15 minutes afterward. The tortoise was treated with LRS (15 mL, SC), and ointment e was topically applied in the cloaca. The tortoise was discharged from the hospital later that same day, and the owner reported that it started to eat and defecate

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have selected > 1 origin. Veterinary use Two hundred fifty-nine of 330 (78.5%) dog owners reported taking their dog to the veterinarian in the past 12 months, and the mean number of veterinary visits during that period was 2.5. Seventy of

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