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level, or other clinical signs for any dogs during the 2-week study period. There were also no owner-reported problems related to the BBIT protocol, and all owners adhered to the study protocol as instructed. Discussion In the present study, BBIT

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LID. As the study progressed, 3 dog owners reported that their dogs were eating less and less of the assigned food; therefore, to allow them to complete the study, 2 of the dogs were served the food moistened with warm water, and 1 was served the food

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implications to horse owners. In the last National Animal Health Monitoring System survey that was performed in 1998, 13% of horse owners reported that one or more of their horses had developed problems with laminitis within a 1-year period, and 46% of these

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as age, body weight, plasma tT4 concentration, reported appetite, and whether food was withheld from the cat prior to urine collection were also recorded. Cats were considered to have had food withheld prior to sample collection when the owner

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