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, the new owner may not remember having given instructions at the time of the prepurchase examination. The new owner may only remember that he or she bought the horse on the advice of the veterinarian, and now the horse is lame or noisy, for example

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said that if a sow is lame, injured, or very thin and a government inspector at a sow slaughter plant sees this single animal, government officials will investigate how this could have happened and impose corrective action or fines. Therefore, any sow

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for this type of leadership, and attitude and actions alone can make a major impact. Leadership can come in the form of working on client education programs, organizing hospital topic rounds, or providing free lameness education lectures for clients

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Representative heuristic Relying too much on prototypical clinical manifestations to guide diagnosis and, thereby, missing less common variants Missing a diagnosis of hemangiosarcoma in a Golden Retriever with lameness by assuming this condition only causes

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influence on a clinical decision. For example, the approach to the resolution of an equine lameness problem is likely to be different when treating a champion dressage horse, compared with the approach when treating a Thoroughbred mare at stud. These first

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