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Introduction Traditionally, consultations between veterinarians, pet owners, and their pets have largely occurred face-to-face in the same physical location. Recent advancements in technology and internet innovation have enabled veterinarians

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Unfortunately, data suggest that messages about the importance and value of routine veterinary care are not getting through to many pet owners. Research conducted more than 2 decades ago revealed that pet owners associate veterinary care with vaccinations, and

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client has been assumed, 3 – 5 and veterinarians have reported perceived issues with client compliance, lack of time, and the client’s own obesity as reasons they may not address pet obesity. 6 Currently, a comprehensive understanding of pet owners

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of pet owners to comply with treatments, likelihood of follow-up, and ability of owners to pay for treatment influenced the choice of antimicrobial treatment prescribed by veterinarians. This suggests that veterinarians may tailor their prescribing to

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veterinary patients. To develop a better understanding of the needs and expectations of current veterinary clients, an approach is needed that allows researchers to determine the perceptions of veterinarians and pet owners in regard to client expectations

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death). Therefore, proper education of pet owners as to the likelihood and range of severity of AEs before instituting chemotherapy is important for establishing effective veterinarian-client-patient relationships. In particular, it is critical that

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. However, pet owners were not surveyed during this study to assess their ability to estimate their pets’ weights. Compared to cats, dogs have a wider variation of size and weight estimation is more challenging. The objective of the present study was to

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field. Limited access to veterinary care could impact health outcomes of not only animals but also their owners, making disparities in equitable access to veterinary care an important One Health issue. This study explored pet owners’ reported ease of

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animals. Cost, accessibility to clinics, cultural/language barriers, a lack of pet owner education and poor veterinarian-client relationships have been identified as the most common barriers to veterinary care. 9 These barriers disproportionality affect

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of our family is overwhelmingly positive. However, having a pet also comes with responsibilities, and research has shown that pet ownership affects individuals and families differently. 1 A pet owner’s perception of and ability to cope with those

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