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scores in validated tests, including the timed up and go (TUG), have been associated with increased frailty, sarcopenia, disability, falls, fractures, hospital stays, and mortality. 7 – 9 In contrast to human medicine, a paucity of clinical functional

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shelters. Animal shelters have embraced a number of advertising methods to encourage the adoption of dogs and cats, sometimes in connection with reducing or waiving adoption fees for a limited time. These tactics are specifically designed to tug at people

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year prior to examination. The owner reported that the dog was reluctant to play tug of war with rope toys and would routinely, after picking a ball up with the rostral portion of its mouth, chatter its jaw and drop the ball. The owner also reported

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Statement of the Problem A dog was evaluated for a 5-year history of extensive grabbing and tugging at people's clothing; the behavior had recently intensified, and the dog had begun mounting household objects. Signalment The patient

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. 2000 ; 50 : 666 – 672 . 21. Schulze-Röbbecke R , Janning B , Fischeder R. Occurrence of mycobacteria in biofilm samples . Tuber Lung Dis . 1992 ; 73 : 141 – 144 . 22. Levendoglu-Tugal O , Munoz J , Brudnicki A , et al

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shadow movement, such as a slight movement of the owner's foot, while the dog received a high-value reward that was not often provided, such as a game of tug or a long-lasting food treat. When the stimulus stopped (eg, foot movement ceased), the reward

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removed, including providing meals stuffed in a toy and playing chase or tug-of-war. If tail chasing was not attempted during these activities, the dog could start daily sessions in which the E-collar was removed without any deliberate distractions. The

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(although controversial 34 ) would have been additional treatment options for the dog if spinning recurred despite ongoing treatment. Yearly laboratory analysis of blood samples was recommended for the dog while it was receiving medication. 3 a. Tug

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present study have suggested that in AAI-predisposed TBDs with low DALR and large DA, there is a possibility that AAI might readily develop. It is our practice to caution the owners of dogs with low DALRs and large DAs not to tug strongly at the

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lateral stresses to which the canine teeth of working dogs are subjected (as when a police or military dog bites and tugs on clothing or a limb) are quite high, as demonstrated by the typically oblique fracture pattern found in the canine teeth of working

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