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activity. Each dog remained in sternal or lateral recumbency for the entire data collection period. The second activity was walking. The dogs were walked on a leash on a designated smooth, level path. The third activity was trotting. The dogs were trotted

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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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.0 to 33.1 kg (median, 29.1 kg). All dogs were housed in kennels in pairs and took part in typical husbandry routines (including daily access to an external exercise area and regularly scheduled walks on a leash) throughout the duration of the study

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the day of an exercise challenge. Each dog was walked on a leash approximately 58 m to an exercise field to initiate an exercise challenge. Each dog completed 15 minutes of continuous exercise, which consisted of 5 minutes of searching on a rubble

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