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Effect of declining owned-cat population on veterinary practices in Sydney

By P. D. McGreevy, B. Fougere, H. Collins, K. M. Bartimote, P. C. Thomson

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Category Journal Articles
Date 2002
Publication Title Australian veterinary journal
Volume 80
Issue 12
Pages 740-5
ISBN/ISSN 0005-0423 (Print) 0005-0423 (Linking)
Language eng
Author Address Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney, New South Wales 2006.
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  1. Australia
  2. Cats
  3. Domestic animals
  4. Ownership
  5. peer-reviewed
  6. physicians
  7. population dynamics
  8. Questionnaires
  9. Veterinary medicine
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