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Incidence of spontaneous diseases in a Beagle colony



Incidence of spontaneous diseases in a Beagle colony



Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 151(9): 1186-1189



The incidence of spontaneous diseases in 373 Beagles of both sexes from a closed colony was determined at necropsy. Of the stillborn dogs, 87.5% had fetal atelectasis; in sucklings, the 3 most frequent disease conditions were those of the respiratory tract (23.2%), perinatal atelectasis (17.1%), and circulatory disorders (13.8%). In young and adult dogs, respiratory diseases (27.7%), circulatory diseases and anomalies (17.3%), and malignant neoplasms (9.2%) were the most common abnormalities. Among dogs which died spontaneously in the 1st year of life, those that died in the 1st 30 days accounted for 91.8%.

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