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(median, 454 days) after surgery. The owners reported that all horses were comfortable at home following surgery, including those horses that underwent partial phallectomy on an outpatient basis. The owners reported that the tubing used as a penile

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A 3.5-year-old 35-kg (77-lb) spayed female Labrador Retriever was examined at the UFSAH for evaluation of dysuria of unknown duration. The owners reported that abnormalities in the dog's urination pattern had been evident for at least several

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inherent to an owner-reported measure, spastic movements at home were classified as present or not present for comparison with observations recorded for the investigator-administered CSS. Statistical analysis Statistical software a,b was used for

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feedback or boosting confidence could improve adherence and EDT outcome. In addition, confidence in performing an EDT strictly and as directed was also related to an owner's reported comfort in contacting their veterinarian should any issues or questions

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‘puppy mills’ present such problems.” Sample sizes and the way in which it was determined that the dogs came from puppy farms or puppy mills were not reported. Some inconsistent findings have also been reported. Pierantoni et al 5 compared owner-reported

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postoperative physiotherapy was used, respectively. Most owners reported that the duration of postoperative lameness was < 3 months. The duration of postoperative lameness was < 1 month for 81 of 247 (32.8%) dogs, 1 to < 2 months for 74 (29.9%), 2 to < 3 months

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(FMPI- sf ) metrology instrument was utilized. 15 The FMPI is the most widely studied of the clinical metrology instruments designed to standardize the collection of owner-reported information and has been evaluated for construct validity, internal

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the other dietary components. Carrots, lettuce, and cucumber were offered on a weekly basis. The owner reported that the rabbit had been observed to bite and chew gypsum-based plaster from the walls of the home. At the time of initial examination

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/L) serum bile acids concentrations were high. Further assessment at the UCD-VMTH was recommended, which occurred approximately 2 weeks later. The owners reported signs of apparent abdominal pain and hematuria, pollakiuria, periuria, and stranguria of a few

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6.5 to 8 DPE, depending on the detection limits and number of virus genomes per PFU. The T D was estimated to be 4 to 7 days sooner than might be expected for owner reporting of disease, if 10% of the herd had FMD lesions. The time at which virus

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