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Dracunculus insignis (Leidy, 1858) in a German Shepherd dog

Dracunculus insignis (Leidy, 1858) in a German Shepherd dog

Canadian Veterinary Journal 16(6): 176-178

Dracunculus insignis is reported from a dog for the first time from Quebec, Canada. Clinical observations are briefly described.

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