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Internet users' perception of the importance of signs commonly seen in old animals with age-related diseases

By M. Davies

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Abstract

Unless practices are running a screening programme to detect disease, veterinarians rely on owners to recognise abnormal signs and present their animal to them for examination and diagnosis. Common age-related diseases often present with similar clinical signs
such as polydipsia, weight loss and reduced willingness to exercise.
The aim of this survey was to ascertain internet users’ perception of the seriousness of some of the signs often associated with common age-related disorders. A pop-up survey was designed for visitors to a busy animal health website (www.provet.co.uk). 

Submitter

Katie Carroll

Date 2011
Publication Title Veterinary Record
Volume 169
Issue 22
Pages 4
ISBN/ISSN 0042-4900
Publisher BMJ
DOI https://doi.org/10.1136/vr.d5512
URL http://veterinaryrecord.bmj.com/content/169/22/584.1.full
Language English
Additional Language English
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Researchers should cite this work as follows:

  • M. Davies (2017), "Internet users' perception of the importance of signs commonly seen in old animals with age-related diseases," http://habricentral.org/resources/58798.

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Tags
  1. Aging
  2. Animal diseases
  3. Animal health and hygiene
  4. Animal roles
  5. Animal welfare
  6. Health
  7. perceptions
  8. Pet ownership
  9. Pets and companion animals
  10. signs
  11. Symptoms
  12. Veterinary medicine