Browse by Subject "canine"
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Effects of inulin or yeast cell wall extract on nutrient digestibility and fecal fermentative end-product concentrations of healthy adult dogs fed raw diets (2011-05-25)The use of raw meat diets for pets continues to increase in popularity. Owners may choose to feed either homemade or commercially available raw meat-based diets. Raw meat-based diets often are fed because they do not ...
(2014-05-30)Extruded diets remain the most common diet format fed to dogs. Even though dogs are classified as Carnivora, carbohydrates make up 20-50% of most extruded diets. The majority of carbohydrates are in the form of starch, ...
Gait analysis of the hind limb in Labrador Retrievers with and without cranial cruciate ligament disease (2011-08-25)Cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) deficiency is the leading cause of lameness affecting the stifle joints of large breed dogs, especially Labrador Retrievers. Although CCL disease has been studied extensively, its exact ...
Investigating causal biologic mechanisms involved in differential serum bone-specific alkaline phosphatase activities in canine appendicular osteosarcoma (2015-03-25)In dogs with osteosarcoma (OS), pre-treatment serum bone alkaline phosphatase (BALP) activity is recognized as a prognostic factor; however, biologically-linked causation for this clinical observation requires further ...
(2012-12)Apoptosis is a specialized, active form of cell death that is important in both health and disease. It is responsible for maintaining regulated development and tissue homeostasis and participates in the elimination of ...
(2015-01-21)Canine hemangiosarcoma is a highly metastatic cancer arising from vascular endothelial cells. It is one of the most aggressive canine cancers and most dogs die from this disease within a few months of the diagnosis. Despite ...