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's condition over time, veterinarians rely heavily on an owner's report of improvement in the dog's pain-related behaviors following the initiation of treatment (which most often involves a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug). When an owner reports improvement

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decreased mobility in older dogs and in dogs with diagnosed orthopedic or neurologic disease, although this was a qualitative assessment that relied on owner-reported observations at a single time point. There is a need for objective and quantitative

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causes of morbidity among Swedish horses insured for veterinary care between 1997 and 2000 . Vet Rec 2005 ; 157 : 470 – 477 . 10.1136/vr.157.16.470 4. Cole FL , Hodgson DR , Reid SWJ , et al. Owner-reported equine health disorders: results

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