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to 4 years) were used for surgical induction of osteoarthritis. Dogs were kept in individual kennels and allowed 15 minutes of on-leash exercise 5 d/wk for the entire study period. Three client-owned adult dogs that had SJ osteoarthritis secondary to

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in individual kennels and allowed an acclimation period prior to study initiation that included 15 minutes of on-leash exercise 5 d/wk. Six large-breed adult dogs (mean body weight, 24.8 kg; age range, 2 to 6 years) examined at the University of

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performed, and 2-view radiographs of the hip joint were obtained and examined to exclude orthopedic and neurologic diseases and confirm physeal closure. Only clinically normal dogs were included in the study. Each dog was acclimated to leash walking and to

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