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Do dog owners perceive the clinical signs related to conformational inherited disorders as 'normal' for the breed? A potential constraint to improving canine welfare

By R. M. A. Packer, A. Hendricks, C. C. Burn

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Category Journal Articles
Date 2012
Publication Title Animal Welfare
Volume 21
Issue 1
Pages 81-93
ISBN/ISSN 0962-7286
DOI 10.7120/096272812X13345905673809
Language English
Author Address Centre for Animal Welfare, Royal Veterinary College, Hawkshead Lane, North Mymms, Hatfield, Hertfordshire AL9 7TA, UK.rpacker@rvc.ac.uk
Additional Language English
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  1. Animal anatomy
  2. animal breed
  3. Animal diseases
  4. Animal genetics
  5. Animal physiology
  6. Animal rights
  7. Animals
  8. Animal welfare
  9. Body condition
  10. Body mass
  11. Breeding
  12. Breeding programs
  13. Canidae
  14. Canine
  15. Carnivores
  16. Characteristics
  17. Conformation
  18. Critical Care
  19. Dog Breeds
  20. Dogs
  21. Exercise
  22. Hereditary diseases
  23. Inheritance
  24. Intensive care units
  25. Lung diseases
  26. Mammals
  27. Noise
  28. peer-reviewed
  29. perceptions
  30. Pets and companion animals
  31. phenotypes
  32. respiratory system
  33. Respiratory tract infections
  34. risk factors
  35. skull
  36. syndromes
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