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Table 1 Study population: breeds with at least five dogs undergoing gastroduodenoscopy (GDS) and histopathological examination of biopsy samples, selected for inclusion from the source population of all dogs presented between 01.01.2006 and 31.12.2016

From: Canine breeds associated with gastric carcinoma, metaplasia and dysplasia diagnosed by histopathology of endoscopic biopsy samples

Breed Total dogs presented Dogs undergoing GDS
Australian Terrier 245 5
Belgian Tervuren 196 9
Border Collie 430 5
Cairn Terrier 522 11
Chihuahua 1729 5
Collie 673 27
Dachshund 1609 7
French bulldog 845 7
German Shepherd 2110 18
Golden Retriever 1216 15
Hovawart 328 5
Jack Russell Terrier 1149 7
Labrador retriever 2124 14
Miniature Schnauzer 1003 7
Parson Russell Terrier 496 6
Rottweiler 794 10
Shetland Sheepdog 734 5
Siberian Husky 219 5
Staffordshire Bull Terrier 592 6
West Highland White Terrier 690 6
Dogs in the breeds above 17,704 180
Other breeds/mixed (not included) 37,241 243a
All dogs in the period 54,945 423b
  1. Study population is indicated in bolditalic
  2. Source population is indicated in italic
  3. aIncludes individual dogs from the selected breeds which were excluded from the study due to lack of histopathological diagnosis (foreign body retrieval, no biopsy taken or biopsy lost to follow-up)
  4. bTotal number of GDS patients in the period