The prevalence of pathogens in, and health status of dogs in Tonga

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Naden, Kristina
Harder, Kate
England, S.
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2020-12
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Tonga
dogs (Canis familiaris)
parasites
haematological disorders
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Naden, K., Harder, K. P., & England, S. (2020, December). The prevalence of pathogens in, and health status of dogs in Tonga. Paper presented at the Unitec Research Symposium, Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland.
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OBJECTIVES OF STUDY • Identify presence of Leptospiraspp. and Dirofilariaimmitis (heartworm) • Identify endoparasite species and level of burden • Develop an overview of biochemistry and haematology of dogs • Blood and faecal samples analysed from 190 dogs
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