Male dogs four times more likely to develop contagious cancer on nose or mouth than females

Male dogs four times more likely to develop contagious cancer on nose or mouth than females

A new study from the UK has found that male dogs are four to five times more likely than female dogs to be infected with the oro-nasal form of Canine Transmissible Venereal Tumour.

Go to full article: https://www.vetpracticemag.com.au/male-dogs-four-times-more-likely-to-develop-contagious-cancer-on-nose-or-mouth-than-females/

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