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Prevalence study of mammary gland tumours in dogs



Prevalence study of mammary gland tumours in dogs



Dansk Veterinaertidsskrift: 18, 22-26



Over a 5-month period in 2006, all female dogs brought for any reason to a clinic in Rynkeby, Denmark, were investigated (by palpation) for mammary tumours, and a questionnaire was completed by the veterinarian and the owner. Of the 207 animals examined, 56 had tumours or had previously had them. The prevalence was 27% in dogs aged 5 years old and above; most positive cases were in the 9-13 years age group.

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