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problems, or anticipation of food. 2 Respiratory or thermoregulation problems can cause increased respiratory effort. 2 Trembling or tail tucking can indicate discomfort or pain. 2,3 Hypothyroidism can increase fearful behaviors. 4,7,8 Those medical

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was considered more difficult because the dog required sedation to be handled at the veterinary clinic and the standard dextroamphetamine trial involves recording heart rate, respiratory rate, and activity levels before and every 30 minutes after

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. Physical Examination Findings and Laboratory Results On physical examination, the dog was bright, alert, and responsive and in good body condition. Rectal temperature, heart rate, and respiratory rate were normal, and the only physical examination

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recumbency with its head down and eyes closed. Its respiratory rate was considered normal. The owners were instructed to start taking the dog to quiet, uncrowded places where it had shown no avoidance behaviors in the past. On reevaluation 8 weeks after the

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