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Contributor(s):: Borns-Weil, S.
Common Risk Factors for Urinary House Soiling (Periuria) in Cats and Its Differentiation: The Sensitivity and Specificity of Common Diagnostic Signs
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| Contributor(s):: Katie Osborn (editor), Ana Maria Barcelos, Kevin McPeake, Nadja Affenzeller, Daniel Simon Mills
Urinary house soiling (periuria) in the home is a common but serious behaviour problem in cats. Although many specific risk factors and triggers have been postulated, their importance is largely unknown. This study assessed: (1) the significance of purported risk factors for periuria as well as...
Enuresis, fire setting, and animal cruelty: a useful danger signal in predicting vulnerability of adolescent males to assaultive behavior
| Contributor(s):: Wax, D. E., Haddox, V. G.
Enuresis, firesetting and cruelty to animals: a triad predictive of adult crime
| Contributor(s):: Hellman, D. S., Blackman, N.
Enuresis, firesetting, and cruelty to animals: the significance of two thirds of this triad
| Contributor(s):: Felthous, A. R., Bernard, H.
Urine spraying in cats: presence of concurrent disease and effects of a pheromone treatment
| Contributor(s):: Frank, D. F., Erb, H. N., Houpt, K. A.
34 spraying cats, belonging to 24 households, had a complete physical examination, complete blood count (CBC), blood biochemistry panel, urinalysis, urine culture, urine cortisol:creatinine analysis and abdominal radiographs. Diagnostic procedures revealed some abnormalities and/or crystalluria...