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faculty, graduate and veterinary students, and staff of the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, Texas A&M University. Respondents who owned an adult (≥ 1-year-old) dog that was healthy and able to walk on a leash and safely and

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in accordance with manufacturer's instructions prior to use each day. The analyzer was placed in the center of a dedicated gait analysis laboratory, and leashed dogs were walked onto the device from behind the analyzer and encouraged to stand in a

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; dogs were leash walked for laps along a designated smooth, level path. The third activity was trotting; dogs were trotted while on a leash for laps along a designated smooth, level path. Finally, the dogs trotted while on a leash up and down stairs

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,17 and the side of leash guidance (left or right) 17 have no significant effect on gait measurements. In addition, the influence of data collection several times within a brief period (eg, on consecutive days 12 or on the morning and evening of the same

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walking on a leash over a hard flat floor until it could consistently bear weight on the casted limb. Placement of pressure mapping sensors Before data were collected, single-point calibration of each pressure mapping sensor was performed by

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the leash or overtly turn the head from midline, and maintained a gait velocity of 0.8 to 1.3 m/s and acceleration within 0.1 m/s 2 . The following temporospatial variables were measured: gait velocity for each foot (gait distance [total distance the

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. 10.1055/s-0038-1632802 21. Keebaugh AE , Redman-Bentley D , Griffon DJ . Influence of leash side and handlers on pressure mat analysis of gait characteristics in small-breed dogs . J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2015 ; 246 : 1215 – 1221 . 10

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were walking versus trotting, and a force platform mask was required for data collection from most dogs. Some dogs had signs of a preference for a pacing gait, were always distracted, or were unable to walk without tension on the leash, resulting in

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