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Mustafa Arican, Kurtuluş Parlak and Hüseyin Şahin

for the treatment of cranial cruciate ligament-deficient stifles with excessive tibial plateau angle. Vet Surg 2006, 35:729–739 11. Tepic SDD, Montavon PM: Biomechanics of the stifle joint. Proceedings 1st World Orthopaedic Veterinary Congress. Munich, Germany, September 5–8, 2002 12. Christopher SA, Beetem J, Cook JL: Comparison of long-term outcomes associated with three surgical techniques for treatment of cranial cruciate ligament disease in dogs. Vet Surg 2013, 42:329–334 13. Murphy SM, Chandler JC, Brourman JD, et al: A Randomized Prospective

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E. Szarska, A. Cywińska, P. Ostaszewski and A. Kowalska

biomechanical guide to equine movement and performance. 1 st ed., Sport Horse Publications, Mason. Cotrel LC, Barrey E (2004) Predictive interest of physiological and gait variables in french trotters. CESMAS ed. A. Lindner: 189-193. Cywińska A, Szarska E, Degórski A, Guzera M, Górecka M, Strzelec K, Kowalik S, Schollenberger A, Winnicka A (2013) Blood phagocyte activity after race training session in Thoroughbred and Arabian horses. Res Vet Sci 95: 459-464. Foreman JH, Bayly WM, Grant BD, Gollnick PD (1990) Standardized

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Bartosz Kierończyk, Mateusz Rawski, Damian Józefiak and Sylwester Świątkiewicz

digestive tract in hens fed higher-calcium-content diets. Czech J. Anim Sci., 59: 107-115. Etches R.J. (1987). Calcium logistics in the laying hen. J. Nutr., 117: 619-628. FAO (2010). Poultry welfare in developing countries - Welfare issues in commercial broiler production. pp. 117-118. Available: Falcone C., Mench J.A., Wakenell P. (2004). Can perches and platforms act the incidence of gait abnormalities in broiler chickens? J. Anim. Sci., 82 (Suppl. 1), p. 362. Fleming R