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weight loss food beyond a caloric restriction period on body composition and resistance to weight gain in cats Compared with maintenance foods, weight loss foods contain less energy and fat and higher concentrations of essential amino acids, vitamins

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resting position and play at 6 weeks and improved owner-reported ability to walk at 12 and 24 weeks, compared with control dogs. See PAGE 59 Effects of dietary supplementation with fish oil omega-3 fatty acids on weight bearing in dogs with

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necessary for maintaining health or that are not beneficial to the animal can be classified as medically unnecessary surgeries. See page 162 Small Animals Integration of a physical training program in a weight loss plan for overweight pet

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-to-splenic volume ratio and splenic weight as a percentage of body weight in dogs with splenic masses Currently, there is no definitive method to differentiate splenic hemangiosarcoma from benign splenic masses at the time of surgery. Thus, owners are potentially

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body weight increased, the change in esophageal temperature decreased and the temperature nadir increased. However, no other significant relationships were identified. See page 1561 Risk factors for acquisition of oxacillin-resistant strains

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page 404 Dietary energy intake and physical activity in dogs undergoing a weight-loss program Results of a new study indicate that in obese dogs undergoing a controlled weight-loss program, increased physical activity is associated with higher

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weight loss, stress, and upper respiratory tract infection in shelter cats Understanding the important role that stress plays in the life of shelter cats is critical for maintaining healthy shelter cat populations, as evidenced by results of a new study

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Reviewers See page 651 Small Animals Associations between sex, body weight, age, and ultrasonographically determined adrenal gland thickness in dogs with non–adrenal gland illness Adrenal gland shape and size are routinely assessed during

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overweight dogs with osteoarthritis 1756 In humans, a combination of weight loss and physiotherapy has been found to reduce the severity of clinical signs of osteoarthritis. Although weight reduction alone has been found to improve signs of osteoarthritis

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measured body composition traits in yearling cattle Infectious bovine keratoconjunctivitis is one of the most important ocular diseases in cattle worldwide. The condition has been associated with decreased weaning weight in beef cattle, but results of a

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