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Authors: Simon, M. Shiju
Gupta, Chhavi
Ramprabhu, R.
Pazhanivel, N.
Balachandran, C.
Prathaban, S.
Title: Incidence of Transmissible Venereal Tumours in Dogs – A Survey of 278 Cases
Other Titles: IVJ_V93_I09_Pg72-73
Publisher: Indian Veterinary Journal
Language: en_US
Type: Article
Agrotags: Incidence
Transmissible venereal tumor
Dog
Abstract: A survey was conducted on the incidence of transmissible venereal tumors (TVT) in dogs during August 2013 – July 2015. A total of 278 cases were reviewed and the incidence of genital transmissible venereal tumour (97.13 per cent) was more than the extra-genital TVT (2.87 per cent). The incidence was more common in Non-descript dogs (38.84 per cent) followed by chippiparai (21.58 per cent). Female dogs were found to be more affected (58.88 per cent) than male dogs (41.11 per cent). Extra-genital transmissible venereal tumour was more in male (87.50 per cent) than in female dog (12.50 percent). Age wise incidence was in 2-3 years (22.01 per cent) followed 3-4 years (17.61 per cent).
Issue Date: 2016-09
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