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Research Article

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

Table 2

Number of puppies in different breeds affected with swimming puppy syndrome.

Healthy puppiesSwimming puppy syndrome%**
MaleFemaleTotalMaleFemaleTotal (%*)

Small breed (<10 kg)
 Chihuahua 125131256112 (0.78)3.85
 Dachshund 8101811 (5.55)1.92
 Pekingese 273158134 (6.89)7.69
 Pomeranian 131162293112 (0.68)3.85
 Poodle 453782213 (3.65)5.77
 Pug31467722 (2.59)3.85
 Shih Tzu123142265123 (1.17)5.77
 Yorkshire Terrier 7491165112 (1.21)3.85
Medium breed (10–25 kg)
 Bulldog (English)252348224 (8.33)7.69
 French Bulldog233053134 (7.54)7.69
 Crossbreed487412233 (2.45)5.77
 Thai Bangkaew 493685212 (2.35)3.85
Large breed (25–40 kg)
 Golden Retriever 103114217628 (3.68)15.38
 Labrador Retriever11598213325 (2.34)9.62
 Siberian Husky 7359132437 (5.30)13.46


Percentage of affected puppies compared within breeds.
Percentage of affected puppies compared between breeds.

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