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factors that drive veterinarians to prescribe cefovecin to cats, particularly when it is not necessary, and the barriers to using oral antimicrobials among veterinarians and cat owners. This information will help to build interventions to reduce

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

known about the information that cat owners find important or would prefer to receive, or that would encourage them to take action to address their cat's obesity. With origins in marketing, discrete choice experiments (DCEs) that capture consumer

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

percentages were used to describe distributions of the categorical variables, and median and mean were calculated for quantitative variables. Continuous variables (owner age, years living in the United States, years as dog owner, and years as cat owner) were

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feral cat population size, establish how owned cats were managed, estimate the amount of fecal deposition into the environment caused by domestic cats, and determine the attitudes of cat owners versus noncat owners with regard to stray pet management

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did so. Of those pet owners who participated, 100 (83%) presented their animals to the veterinary teaching hospital and 20 (17%) presented their animals to the low-cost veterinary clinic and 84 (70%) were dog owners and 36 (30%) were cat owners. When

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widespread use, limited data are available to quantify the actual prevalence for use of such diets by pet owners. The primary objective of the study reported here was to determine what and how dog and cat owners feed their pets. A telephone survey involving a

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, which can be applied to any species, are reviewed as well as potential solutions to stewardship challenges specific to feline practice. These pathways to sustainable AMU draw upon recent research with cat owners and veterinarians; results from this

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

might form part of an instrument. Part II: item generation by use of focus groups and individual interviews of owners —Individual interviews with 30 cat owners (who had not been involved in part I) and 3 focus groups, which included 5 cat owners each

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evaluate attitudes and perceptions toward free-roaming cats among individuals living in Ohio and to examine differences in attitudes and perceptions between cat owners and non-cat owners and among individuals living in various residential areas (ie, urban

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selected residential phone numbers and addresses of cat owners in Polk County, Iowa, that had been purchased from a market research company a in conjunction with the Iowa State University Survey and Behavioral Research Services. Potential participants were

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