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exercise was restricted to leash walks of variable duration (5- to 30-minute walks) and, sporadically, they were left off leash under direct supervision in an enclosed area where they were not stimulated to jump or run, and they were prevented from doing so

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9 puppies). A wide range of activities were taught in puppy classes, with sit, down, recall, loose-leash walking, and “watch me” or attention activities taught in ≥ 80% of classes attended ( Figure 1 ). Fewer than 50% of puppies were exposed to

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, they are best addressed by discussing the underlying view. If applicable to all animals under human control, then leash training of dogs, harness training of horses, and other activities might also be considered inappropriate. Most of society and the

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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 reclaim animals. 3

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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 reclaim animals. 3) IMPORTATION AND INTERSTATE MOVEMENT OF

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intends to hike off leash through mountainous terrain for hours at a time, as well as compete in agility with aspirations to make the podium at a national level. There is a 2/5 left forelimb lameness evident at all times, but minimal off-leash running will

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photographed for individual identification. f As a secondary objective, the project included education on responsible ownership and confinement of dogs to reduce their negative impact on the native flora; dogs were provided with collars and leashes and

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hurdles in obtaining care for their pets, including a lack of transportation, no knowledge of where a veterinary facility is, and no equipment, such as crates or leashes, to move an animal. However, the main reason for not being able to obtain care

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the leash or overtly turn the head from midline, and maintained a gait velocity of 0.8 to 1.3 m/s and acceleration within 0.1 m/s 2 . The following temporospatial variables were measured: gait velocity for each foot (gait distance [total distance the

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comfortable walk with a velocity of 0.8 to 1.3 m/s and acceleration < 0.5 m/s 2 , dogs were not pulling on the leash, the dog's head did not veer from midline, and they maintained a straight-line walk throughout the trial. Once the initial 5 valid trials were

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