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Studies on the epizootiology of canine coronavirus

Studies on the epizootiology of canine coronavirus

Veterinary Record 132(1): 7-11

The seroprevalence and, or, incidence of canine coronavirus infection was determined in several dog populations in the UK. Seroprevalence ranged from 76% for a rescue kennel to 100% in a commercial breeding colony. In the rescue kennel there was no difference in seroprevalence of the virus between dogs less than or more than 4 months of age. In the breeding colony, subclinical seroconversion occurred between 6 and 10 weeks of age.

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