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Neoplastic and Nonneoplastic Cutaneous Tumors of Dogs in Grenada, West Indies

Table 2

Breed distribution with respect to the top 10 neoplasms in the skin of dogs from Grenada, WI.

Type of neoplasmLocal mixed breedOther breeds*

Hemangiosarcoma22 (71.0%)9 (29.0%) BX (2), LB (4), DB (1), RT (1), JR (1)
Histiocytoma12 (85.7%)2 (14.3%) GSD (1), ST (1)
Melanocytoma10 (77.0%)3 (23.0%) LB (2), DB (1)
Mast cell tumor5 (45.5%)6 (54.5%) BT (2), RT (1), JR (1), BD (1), GR (1)
Lipoma6 (54.5%)5 (45.5%) DB (2), BV (1), RB (1), RT (1)
Hemangiopericytoma6 (60.0%)4 (40.0%), RB (3), GR (1)
Papilloma6 (66.7%)3 (33.3%) PK (3)
Fibrosarcoma6 (66.7%)3 (33.3%) RT (1), DB (1), GSD (1)
Hemangioma4 (50.0%)4 (50.0%), DH (1), JR (1), PK (1), BX (1)
Squamous cell carcinoma2 (28.6%)5 (71.4%), PB (1), LB (1), DB (1), GSD (1), GR (1)

Total79 (64.2%)44 (35.8%)

*GR: Golden Retriever; BD: Bulldog; ST: Scottish Terrier; RB: Rhodesian Ridgeback; BV: Bouvier; PK: Pompek; DH: Dachshund, JR: Jack Russell Terrier; PB: Pitbull; DB: Doberman Pinscher; LB: Labrador Retriever; GSD: Germany shepherd Dog; BT: Boston Terrier; RT: Rottweiler; BX: Boxer.

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