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osteoarthritis, even moderate body weight loss was found to be beneficial, with approximately 6% weight loss associated with a decrease in subjective measures of lameness and approximately 9% weight loss associated with a decrease in objective measures of

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group and treated in accordance with the manufacturer's directions. A placebo-control group was not included. Outcome measures were subjective and included lameness, joint mobility, signs of pain, and degree of weight bearing. Dogs were assessed on days

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for 3 months in a randomized, double-blinded trial. Assessments by veterinarians at the end of the study 47 revealed significant improvements in lameness and weight-bearing scores for the dogs in the treatment group. In addition, force-plate analysis

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. Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord 1994 ; 18 ( suppl 1 ): S39 – S43 . 35. Impellizeri JA Tetrick MA Muir P . Effect of weight reduction on clinical signs of lameness in dogs with hip osteoarthritis . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2000 ; 216 : 1089 – 1091

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geriatric cats consuming typical diets have been observed by clinical practitioners to develop substantial sarcopenia. These cats presumably may also be affected by concurrent conditions, such as lower metabolism, muscle weakness, lameness, and reduced

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