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Courtney L. Sexton , Dog Aging Project Consortium
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clocks in humans and other mammals (including dogs), 1 , 2 there is a lack of concurrence surrounding the basic aspect of our knowledge about dogs that is lifespan. In recent years, some have argued that the dog lifespan is shortening, especially in some

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

overwhelming for the owners and may cause them to seek euthanasia for their pet. 1,4 Results of 1 study 6 indicate that status epilepticus can shorten a dog's lifespan by 2 years because these animals are more likely to be euthanized, compared with dogs that

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

differences in pNfL, age, weight, height, and BMI between ILP Case and Control groups. Because age is known to impact pNfL concentrations over a dog's lifespan, 16 an ANOVA was undertaken to investigate the relationship between pNfL concentration, age, BMI

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

abnormalities were increased concentrations of progesterone and androstenedione. Our finding that age at death was significantly greater for male dogs with VH remains unexplained. Seemingly, an initial glycogen-like VH evolves gradually over a dog's lifespan

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

the abstract: “A noteworthy change from the earlier guidelines is the division of the dog's lifespan into five stages (puppy, young adult, mature adult, senior, and end of life) instead of the previous six. This simplified grouping is consistent with

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