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performed using the Kruskal-Wallis test. Odds ratios and 95% CI are reported where warranted. The equality of medians with regard to owner-reported influences on decision-making was tested using a Wilcoxon signed rank test. QOL scores were compared between

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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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describe owner satisfaction with the use of custom-made stifle joint orthoses to manage CCLD in medium- and large-breed dogs. In the present study, we compared owner-reported outcome measures between dogs with CCLD that were managed with a stifle joint

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. The horse was reexamined 10 weeks after discharge. Lameness (scale, 3/5) 1 of the right forelimb persisted during trotting. Swelling of the right metacarpophalangeal joint and the digital sheath had diminished. Three months after discharge, the owner

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the owners reported that there were no changes in their dogs' routine. Because the goal was to determine which interval would be least variable from one week to the next, the direction of the change (ie, more vs less activity in week 1, compared with

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subsequent 2 weeks. Six months after surgery, limb function was considered excellent (consistently fully weight bearing during walking and weight bearing on the limb when resting) by use of criteria described elsewhere. 1 The owner reported that the cat

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telephone calls to follow-up, the owner did not return the dog because the owner reported considering the outcome satisfactory. Overall, for the 7 dogs with owner questionnaires available, owners reported that they considered the outcome of CST

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17 months after the procedure was completed to obtain follow-up information. The owner reported that the patient performed satisfactorily as a feeder steer with only mild lameness evident at a walk until slaughter. The owner was very satisfied with

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–clavulanic acid, and a 5-day course of antibiotics (Clavaseptin; 15 mg/kg, PO, q 12 h) was prescribed. Despite a completed 5-day course of appropriate antimicrobials and a negative urine culture via cystocentesis, the dog’s owner reported stranguria and

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Hospital for a scheduled follow-up evaluation. The owner reported that the camel appeared to be tolerating the cystostomy tube. On examination, the camel was observed posturing to produce a steady stream of urine through the previously made opening created

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