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, wheezing, coughing, and nasal discharge), gastrointestinal tract (ie, emesis and diarrhea), and musculoskeletal system (ie, lameness and other injuries). Handlers were also asked whether their dogs had had any change in appetite (increase or decrease) or

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.5 Dermatitis 5 (20) 2.5 9 4.5 Diarrhea 4 (16) 2.0 4 2.0 Exhaustion or lethargy 4 (16) 2.0 6 3.0 Shivering 4 (16) 2.0 6 3.0 Lameness 3 (12) 1.5 3 1.5 Stiffness 3 (12) 1.5 3 1

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, respiratory rate, mucous membrane color, body temperature, hydration status, wounds, and lameness) before and after each shift, many avoided monitoring body temperature. It is not known whether this was due to a lack of proper equipment, a lack of practice, an

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Lameness Morbidity rate NR 3/25 (12) NR NR 2/27 (7) 8/96 (8) NR   IR SDM NR 1.5 NR NR 0.5 2.2 NR   No. of dogs/No. of events NR 3/3 NR NR 2/2 8/8 NR   IR MIE NR 1.5 NR NR 0.8 2

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preexisting conditions, including lameness (eg, chronic laminitis and arthritis), intestinal parasites, poor dentition, and malnutrition. Unfortunately, because of the lack of specific administrative processes, individual medical records were not maintained on

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