By Richard T. Goldstons DVM MS, Johnny D. Hoskins DVM PhD

ISBN-10: 0721687997

ISBN-13: 9780721687995

A advisor to the best innovations for coping with canines and cats awarded with difficulties linked to the getting older technique and bought ailment. every one bankruptcy deals pointers on the actual exam of that physique process and gives quick-reference tables to lead the reader on analysis and remedy. moreover, the booklet discusses either universal and unusual issues, reviewing the reason, prevalence, scientific positive factors, analysis, and administration of every disorder.

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1 Of course, medical problems that cannot be entirely resolved, such as a decline in sensory function, may contribute to limitations in what can be achieved. Prevention by avoiding situations that trigger aggression may be the best option for some of these animals. Aggression in the older animal is often associated with anxiety, so drugs that reduce anxiety or improve serotonergic transmission may prove to be helpful (see Table 4-1). Head halters can provide control and safety and can enhance the owner’s ability to immediately and effectively communicate with the animal.

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Dzanis DA: Nutrition through the life cycle. In Morgan RV, Bright RM, Swartout MS, eds: Handbook of small animal practice, ed 4, Philadelphia, 2003, Elsevier Science. 14. Burkholder WJ, Bauer JE: Foods and techniques for managing obesity in companion animals, J Am Vet Med Assoc 212:658, 1998. 15. Kealy RD, Lawler DF, Ballam JM et al: Effects of diet restriction on life span and age-related changes in dogs, J Am Vet Med Assoc 220:1315, 2002. 16. Kealy RD, Lawler DF, Larson BT et al: Estimated body composition values of control-fed versus restricted-fed Labrador retrievers in a life span study, Proceedings of the Purina Pet Institute Symposium, St Louis, 2002, Nestlé Purina Pet Care.

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