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any factors that could contribute to resistance. For some (11/25 [44%]) participants, the conversation extended into concern about antimicrobial resistance and the development of so-called superbugs. Almost half (5/11) of those owners reported being

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have selected > 1 origin. Veterinary use Two hundred fifty-nine of 330 (78.5%) dog owners reported taking their dog to the veterinarian in the past 12 months, and the mean number of veterinary visits during that period was 2.5. Seventy of

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which those owners reported engaging in behaviors that veterinarians found stressful. Moreover, the frequency of stressful client behaviors and interactions was positively correlated with measures of veterinarian stress and burnout, which suggested

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surveillance relied on information obtained primarily through voluntary and spontaneous sources, such as routine client interview, notes in medical records, and unplanned client communications). Standardized owner-reported questionnaires or home diaries were

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variety of breeds and low sample size representing each, breed-specific analyses of survey results could not be performed. Fifty-six (67%) owners reported using the Web r 1 times/d, and 72 (87%) indicated that they used the Web to research health

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40 to 49 h/wk. Practice ownership was likely a confounding factor in this association, given that owners reported working significantly (P = 0.002) longer hours than did nonowners and, as previously noted, had a significantly higher personal income

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competition with other veterinary practices as stressful factors, whereas a higher percentage of associate and relief veterinarians than practice owners reported that professional mistakes, educational debt, unclear management and work role, and lack of

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