"The Effects of Low Intensity Endurance Activity on Various Physiological Parameters and Exercise Induced Oxidative Stress in Dogs"
written by Janice L. Huntingford, Corri B. Levine, Debbie J. Mustacich, Devin Corrigan, Robert L. Downey, Joseph J. Wakshlag,
published by Open Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Vol.4 No.7, 2014
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