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Does history-taking help predict rabies diagnosis in dogs?

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Occurrence of Endoparasites in Indigenous Zambian Dogs

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Spirocercosis in Dogs in Israel

REFERENCES 1. Aroch, I., Markovics, A., Mazaki-tovi, M., Kuzi, S., Harrus, S., Yas, E., et al., 2015: Spirocercosis in dogs in Israel: A retrospective case-control study (2004—2009). Vet. Parasitol. , 211, 234—240. DOI: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2015.05.011. 2. Cabanova, V., Guimaraes, N., Hurnikova, Z., Chovancova, G., Urban, P., Miterpakova, M., 2017: Endoparasites of the grey wolf ( Canis lupus ) in protected areas of Slovakia. Annals of Parasitology , 63, 4, 283—289. DOI: 10.17420/ap6304.114. 3. Chai, O., Yas, E., Brenner, O., Rojas, A

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Shelter Dogs and Their Destiny a Retrospective Analysis to Identify Predictive Factors: a Pilot Study

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Comparison of Laparoscopic-Assisted and Open Colopexy in Dogs

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How not to fight a rabies epidemic: a history in Bali

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Expression of Selected Markers in Immunohistochemical Diagnosis of Canine and Human Testicular Tumours

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Lead in the Blood of Dogs Living in Variously Contaminated Environment

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Euthyroid Sick Syndrome in Canine Babesiosis Caused by Babesia Canis

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Effectiveness of obstetric procedures in miniature dogs

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