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) but not of practice score (β = 0.09; P = .34). Owner survey The majority (68/81 [84.0%]) of owners reported that their pets that participated in this study live primarily indoors, while some (12/81 [14.8%]) reported that their pets spend

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necessary was 2 months (range, < 1 to 6 months). Frequency of cleaning after this time ranged from once a week to once every several months, although most owners reported that they cleaned the stoma monthly. Forty-five of the 64 (70%) horses available for

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this study, 14 owners reported a score of very satisfied/excellent, 3 reported a score of mildly satisfied, and 1 reported a score of strongly dissatisfied. Of the 8 cases of bilateral partial limb amputations, 1 owner was mildly satisfied and the other

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protocol was repeated. Behavioral assessments Owner-reported scores —As mentioned earlier, owners were asked to fill out standardized surveys ( Supplementary Appendices S1 and S2 ) to evaluate their dog’s level of stress (dog stress score [DSS]) and

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owner reported that the dog was occasionally incontinent when resting and minimally incontinent when walking with a full bladder. A repeat focused urinary ultrasound showed that the previously described adhesion connecting the ventral and dorsal urinary

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horse 2 was reevaluated 4 weeks after surgery, the owner reported that the signs previously attributed to neck pain had resolved and the mare was considerably brighter and more active than before. Physical examination revealed full range of motion of the

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plasma biochemistry results were unremarkable. The owners were instructed to schedule a follow-up appointment in another 6 months and to monitor for any signs of reoccurrence. As of 1.5 years posttreatment the owner reported no signs of reoccurrence

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unremarkable. The owners reported complete resolution of all symptoms, including PUPD. At the final follow-up, conducted 2 years postsurgery, ultrasonographic examination revealed no recurrence of the cyst, while blood SDMA and creatinine concentrations and

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in the veterinarian-client relationship between low-cost or free clinics and private practice clinics. It is possible that underserved pet owners reported a greater increase in trust and enablement following the veterinary appointment because of their

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importance of owners reporting any changes in urinary habits following surgical spinal cord decompression. For example, the owner noted static urinary incontinence after surgery in 1 dog. The dog was ultimately treated with antimicrobials based on continued

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