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various causes, or the effect of associated gear like nylon webbing versus retractable leashes, harnesses, or weather conditions. Conversely, the health impact on dogs caused by inappropriate leash walking has received little attention. Leash pulling, for

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) for 28 days. The owner was also instructed to feed a soft diet and restrict exercise to leash walking for the next 2 weeks and to schedule telehealth recheck appointments every 12 weeks for 2 years to follow up and monitor clinical progress. Five

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, including electrical stimulation, 6 massage, 1 passive ROM exercises, 1 leash walking, 1 swimming, 1,2 and treadmill exercise. 3 Benefits of physiotherapy over more typical restricted exercise include improvement in scores for lameness evaluation

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. A structured daily routine was advised, including provision of meals twice each day, a clicker training the dog to respond to a down-stay command as a means of fostering independence from the owner, and leash-walking the dog off the property

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. Exercise leads to a significant decrease in plasma citrulline concentration in horses, 29 probably because of exercise-induced protein breakdown. Because leash walking is a far less strenuous exercise than the training protocol used for horses in that

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successful housetraining is essential for protecting puppies from subsequent relinquishment. Registered breeders walked their puppies on a leash more frequently. Many dogs are aggressive and excessively exuberant during leash walking. 24 Early exposure to

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caution; however, the CMPS-SF has been previously validated for use in dogs. 17 Degree of motor blockade was assessed with periodic assessment of conscious proprioception in the affected limb and slow leash walking. No additional clinical interventions

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to eat and drink without evidence of complications. Twenty-four hours later, the tracheostomy tube was removed, and the site was bandaged. The dog was observed to breathe without stridor during leash walking. Two days later, the dog was again

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) postoperatively and hydromorphone (0.2 mg/kg, IV, q 6 h) or methadone (0.2 mg/kg, IV, q 6 h) for 24 hours. Dogs were monitored in the hospital for 24 hours postoperatively until discharge. Home care included cage rest, leash walking exercise for 8 weeks, and pain

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animals that have undergone THA includes restricting activities to small areas with nonslip flooring; avoiding running, jumping, and use of stairs; confinement to a kennel, crate, or pen; and supported leash-walking for 6 to 8 weeks after surgery. 24

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research