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between 2003 and 2019 in Canada. 1 The number of WNV cases varied greatly from year to year during this period (from 1 to 304 cases/y), with yearly peaks showing differences in both timing and magnitude between eastern and western Canada. 1 In Canada

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death by suicide among veterinarians was first described in 1980 5 and has since been corroborated by data from Canada and the United States. 6–8 Early work by Bartram et al 2,9 proposed a model linking the prevalence of psychological morbidity and

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during routine examinations and procedures for cats with 3 types of demeanors (calm, fearful, or aggressive) by veterinarians and nonveterinarian staff at veterinary clinics throughout Canada and the United States and to evaluate demographic factors

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worldwide, with approximately 18% of those active members being in Canada and the United States. 2 In March 2013, Facebook reported that over one half (618 million) of their active users accessed their Facebook profile daily. 2 Additionally, Facebook

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, with a 2/9 body condition score, and had no other clinically significant findings. The dog lived in the Kelowna region of British Columbia (BC), western Canada. However, other dogs in the home had traveled off the property for working dog competitions

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[CAPC], Canadian Parasite Expert Panel [CPEP], and European Scientific Council of Companion Animal Parasites [ESCCAP]) advise routine fecal testing and deworming in puppies, adult dogs, and the pregnant bitch, together with ongoing hookworm (and overall

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common in Canada. It has been estimated that there are > 6 million pet dogs living in approximately 32% of Canadian households, 16 and a survey in the region of Waterloo, ON, Canada, found that 43% of survey participants owned a dog. 17 In North America

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our laboratory group on spatial analysis of dogs in Ontario, Canada, with uroliths from 1998 to 2006, we found more dogs with CaOx uroliths in the densely populated urban area of Toronto than was expected and more dogs with struvite uroliths in one of

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trend has remained consistent until present day. 6 Similar results have been found in Australia, 7 Norway, 8 Canada, 9 and the United Kingdom, 10 but not in Denmark 11 or New Zealand. 12 There are a variety of factors under investigation that may

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veterinarians in companion animal practices in eastern Ontario, Canada. Data archive —The present study made use of an archive of 284 videotaped client appointments involving 17 veterinarians in companion animal practices in Ontario, Canada ( Figure 1

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