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during veterinary visits, with 1 study 11 showing that only 25% of dog owners reported receiving routine behavioral advice from veterinarians. A subsequent poll of veterinarians found that only 52% to 65% reported discussing behavior during puppy or

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and stakeholders make better-informed decisions about the available care or control programs. Pantaleon 57 highlights the importance of measuring outcomes, especially considering owner-reported outcomes, for improving veterinary patient care

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options (top) and should not be viewed in a binary manner (bottom). Consider the common clinical scenario of a dog whose owner reports that the dog has been vomiting. Vomiting in dogs can be a sign of many underlying conditions, ranging from self

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in the shelter and owner reports after adoption . Appl Anim Behav Sci 2013 ; 148 : 150 – 156 . 10.1016/j.applanim.2013.07.007 45. Patronek GJ , Bradley J . No better than flipping a coin: reconsidering canine behavior evaluations in

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