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Appendix A: Incidence of Hip Dysplasia in Featured Breeds Breed % Dysplastic of Evaluations Bullmastiff 29 1500 Rottweiler 22 57158 GSD 20. 8 46089 Bouvier 18. 1 3704 Akita 15. 7 8871 Great Dane 13 4879 Ridgeback 8. 3 3920 Belg. Malinois 6. 9 522 Doberman 6. 8 6656 Belg. Tervuren 4. 4 2234 Belg. Sheepdg 2.

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One of the biggest changes that the internet of things has brought to homes is the ability to control your home while you are away. You can now change the temperature, lock the doors, turn off the lights, even turn on your T. V. while you are away. One security benefit of having this technology is the ability to know if anything is removed. For instance if a burglar enters your house and removes your T.

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Some differences are probably a result of the environment but many are due to breed and genetics. Roaming showed the greatest degree of change with over 90 percent of the dogs having either a rapid or gradual decline. This is probably a result of the lessening in sexual drive. Fighting with other male dogs showed 40 percent to have a rapid decline and 22 percent a gradual decline. About 50 percent showed a decline in urine marking in the house. The act of mounting dropped rapidly in about one third of the dogs studied and gradually declined in another one third. Much of this decline was in mounting people so castration appears to be a good way to reduce this problem. There doesn't appear to be a proven difference in effect from castration before puberty or in the adult dog. In fact, some humane shelters and breeders are neutering their pups by four months of age before they are placed in their new homes. Recent studies have shown no ill effects. And as is true with the female spay operation, there is no basis for the idea that castrated dogs become fat and lazy.

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