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Research Article

Lifestyle as Risk Factor for Infectious Causes of Death in Young Dogs: A Retrospective Study in Southern Italy (2015–2017)

Table 3

Correlation of the categories of infection to lifestyle, age, gender, and breed.

Category of infectionVariableχ2OR95% CI

Pure viralLifestyle1.670.19620.540.25–1.21
Age0.040.83131.260.46–3.42
Gender0.190.50940.740.31–1.77
BacterialLifestyle1.670.19620.540.25–1.21
Age0.040.83131.260.46–3.42
Gender0.190.50940.740.31–1.77
Breed9.910.00120.220.08–0.5

Mixed viralLifestyle6.350.01173.241.26–8.33
Age0.310.57760.660.33–1.54
Gender0.110.58730.790.34–1.82
Breed0.120.55911.320.51–3.43

BacterialLifestyle6.310.01200.20.05–0.77
Age2.070.14974.120.51–32.76
Gender0.770.25462.010.60–6.69
Breed2.840.07886.370.8–50.39

Mixed viral-bacterialLifestyle3.670.05511.950.98–3.88
Age1.40.23550.60.26–1.38
Gender0.010.92761.030.5–2.09
Breed1.540.15311.540.8–3.98

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