Data analysis links purebred dogs to higher rate of cancer

Data analysis links purebred dogs to higher rate of cancer

Claims data analyzed by Nationwide’s pet insurance team indicated that purebred dogs are more likely to be diagnosed with cancer than non-purebred dogs. As a group, purebred dogs have a relative risk that is 1.9 times higher than crossbred and mixed-breed dogs.

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