Veterinary Medicine International / 2013 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Prevalence of Swimming Puppy Syndrome in 2,443 Puppies during the Years 2006–2012 in Thailand

Table 1

Number of puppies in each breed included in the study.

BreedTotalMaleFemaleNumber of littersNumber of puppies/litter (mean ± SD)

Small breed (<10 kg)
 Chihuahua 256125131111
 Dachshund 188105
 Jack Russell Terrier*191546
 Pekingese 58273122
 Pomeranian 293131162130
 Poodle 82453726
 Pug77314623
 Shih Tzu26512314276
 Yorkshire Terrier 165749179
Medium breed (10–25 kg)
 Beagle*60362413
 Bulldog (English)48252314
 French Bulldog53233014
 Crossbreed122487421
 Shetland Sheepdog*11562
 Thai Bangkaew 85493613
 Thai Ridgeback*13582
Large breed (25–40 kg)
 American Pit Bull Terrier*7132399
 German Shepherd*76423411
 Golden Retriever 21710311436
 Labrador Retriever2131159836
 Rottweiler*109486116
 Siberian Husky 132735928

Total2,4431,1831,260=

Breed was not affected with swimming puppy syndrome.

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