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,17 and the side of leash guidance (left or right) 17 have no significant effect on gait measurements. In addition, the influence of data collection several times within a brief period (eg, on consecutive days 12 or on the morning and evening of the same

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, tolerance of confinement when the owner was at home, tendency to pull on a leash during walks, willingness to be controlled by the owner (ie, obey familiar commands), intensity of greeting behavior to the owner and other familiar persons, and overall

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sit-to-stand behaviors, controlled leash walks, walking in sand, and jumping up and down from low platforms. Throughout the next 5 months, the cheetah's ambulation improved with continued physical therapy, and the lameness completely resolved. Recheck

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nonaccidental ligature strangulation (often associated with a collar or leash), manual strangulation, and bite wounds (usually by other dogs). 1 In humans, motor vehicle accidents are the most common cause of blunt force trauma to the neck. 2 Because the neck

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for removing any contaminated objects on the animal, such as leashes, collars, and halters. The second station (station 2) is for washing the animal with detergent to remove organic matter. The third station (station 3) is for washing the animal with

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. Exercise was limited to leash-restricted activity for the first 2 weeks after initial application of the brace; off-leash, nonagility activity was allowed thereafter with the brace still applied on the affected forelimb. Static strengthening exercises (ie

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) for 28 days. The owner was also instructed to feed a soft diet and restrict exercise to leash walking for the next 2 weeks and to schedule telehealth recheck appointments every 12 weeks for 2 years to follow up and monitor clinical progress. Five

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activity. Each dog remained in sternal or lateral recumbency for the entire data collection period. The second activity was walking. The dogs were walked on a leash on a designated smooth, level path. The third activity was trotting. The dogs were trotted

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cat, the female owner started taking it outside on a leash and body harness. The first few times, the walks progressed well, and the cat appeared comfortable wearing the harness. However, one day the female owner took it out to the backyard, and an

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outside. Once outside, the dog was reluctant to walk and stood with its tail and ears tucked and its body low to the ground. The dog froze in place or tried to run away, pulling hard on its leash, whenever it encountered people or novel objects, such as a

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