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's activity for 6 weeks to surfaces with good traction when indoors and to provide leash control when outdoors for elimination purposes. During that time, no running, jumping, playing, stair climbing or descending, or walks other than for elimination purposes

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of 10 days) and meloxicam (for a total of 4 weeks), and confinement of the patient in a crate for 6 weeks. Exercise was restricted to 10-minute walks with the dog on a leash, beginning 4 times daily for 6 weeks and then gradually increasing on-leash

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,11 404.2.3). However, 4 of 10 had a high entrance threshold (≥ 0.25 inch in vertical height; ADA standard 10,11 404.2.5) that could be challenging to step or wheel over safely, especially while holding a dog leash or cat carrier. For doors with a high

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control of the animal at all times, either by leash or by transporting it in a carrier (ie, not in the handler's arms). 25 Handlers of patients' pets are required to restrict the animals from interacting with anyone but the patients and their families

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owing to the nature of the recruitment methods. Duration of testing was approximately 15 minutes, and each test was video recorded for later analysis. Owners arrived with their leashed dogs at the main reception area where the handling assistant

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cared for), floor drains, hose ends and connectors, computer keyboards, telephones, leashes, weight scale (1 scale in the soft tissue and internal medicine ward), sinks and sink drains, suction canisters in the clean-up sink, suction and tank control

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ramp exercise. To ensure that the exercises were representative of an HEP, each dog was led by its usual handler (generally the owner) with its usual leash and collar or harness. 13 Each dog was required to complete a minimum of 10 trials for

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enforce the removal of strays more effectively if owned animals have identification and are confined or kept on leash. Strays should be impounded for at least 3 business days to determine if human exposure has occurred and to give owners sufficient time to

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students or staff of the veterinary teaching hospital. Written owner consent was obtained before the study. The study was approved by the Purdue Animal Care and Use Committee. Data acquisition —Dogs were walked on a leash, all by the same handler, in a

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maintain a constant velocity on a loose leash. A pass was defined as a dog walking the length of the portable walkway system in 1 direction. Each pass consisted of 4 to 5 gait cycles. Two passes were completed across the portable walkway system by walking a

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