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investigate adverse effects. In this study, only 1 owner reported interference with home electrical devices when the dog was wearing the magnetic collar. This study had several limitations including the small number of dogs enrolled and the heterogeneous

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's record included sex, date of birth, body weight, date of visit, neuter status, breed, vaccinations received, as well as date of onset and clinical signs associated with the reported AE. Owner-reported AEs that developed ≤ 5 days after vaccination were

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hold, and a questionnaire's properties can vary in different populations and clinical settings. The objective of the study reported here was to describe the development and initial psychometric testing of an owner-reported questionnaire designed to

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Owner reports of their pets' subjective physical disturbances are fundamental to evaluating disease burden, treatment tolerability, and overall QOL in animals with cancer. Subjective physical disturbances experienced by human patients are termed

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Shapiro-Wilk test was used to assess normality. For categorical variables, counts and percentages were reported. The Fisher exact test was used to evaluate associations between survey responses (owner-reported medical issues related to pyometra, OHE, or

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.9% of owners reporting at least 1 problem in Phase 1, compared to 74.5% in Phase 2 ( P < .0001; Figure 1 ). Still, most dog owners were satisfied with their dog’s behavior (Phase 2 only, 88/105 [83.8%] dogs), and owners were concerned enough to want

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were reported, and owners reported that the drug was effective. Therefore, the purpose of the study reported here was to investigate the safety and efficacy of oral administration of trazodone hydrochloride to facilitate confinement and calming after

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impossible. However, significantly fewer cat owners reported having at least 1 cat that was very difficult or impossible to give pills (31% of had 1 very difficult cat and 9% impossible) or liquids (20% very difficult and 5% impossible). Considering

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performed via telephone reports from the owner. Four weeks after surgery, the owner reported that there was a marked improvement in the lameness. It was also reported that the dog continued to bear weight on the limb for the entire length of walks allowed

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, namely owner-reported cause of death, reason for euthanasia, and perimortem quality of life. Materials and Methods The DAP overview The DAP has been previously described. 18 Briefly, the DAP interacts with participants primarily through

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