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the owners reported that there were no changes in their dogs' routine. Because the goal was to determine which interval would be least variable from one week to the next, the direction of the change (ie, more vs less activity in week 1, compared with

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Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center were recruited for the study. Cats selected for the study were all deemed healthy on the basis of owner reports and results of physical examinations. Cats were included when the owner consented to inclusion of the cat in

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walking. Furthermore, the correlation between the number of steps recorded by the pedometer and the owner-reported amount of time spent in purposeful activity was poor ( r = 0.305). Further investigation of the use of pedometers in dogs may be able to

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.05. From the PCD data, the reference range was established by use of the central 95th percentile. Results No clinically obvious adverse effects were evident during or 2 to 3 hours after aminopyrine administration. None of the owners reported any

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owner-reported activity of dogs ( r = 0.305). 22 In addition, we sought to determine the location and method of attachment of the acclerometer that corresponded best with videographic measures of movement and mobility in dogs. Materials and Methods

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