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Authors: Vincenzo Galofaro, Giuseppe Rapisarda, Alessandra Sfacteria, Giovanni Lanteri and Fabio Marino

198 201 Goldschmidt, M. N. H., Tharll, D. F. and Jeglum, K. A. (1981): Metastatic pilomatrixoma in a dog. J. Comp. Pathol. 8 , 375

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have not developed their maximum capacities and may not be fully representative of the family dog population. Another research line on puppy behavior focuses on the possibility to predict adult behavior for working purposes, by the means of

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Authors: Paweł Jonkisz, Krisztina Kungl, Agnieszka Sikorska, Agnieszka Kurosad and Józef Nicpoń

Fruganti, G. (2005): Use of serum cystatin C determination as a marker of renal function in the dog. Vet. Res. Comm. 29 , 265–267. Fruganti G. Use of serum cystatin C determination

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Authors: Luciano Espino, Maruska Suarez, German Santamarina, Mónica Vila, Natalia Miño and Mónica Lopez-Peña

Alves, A., Prada, J., Almeida, J. M., Pires, I., Queiroga, F., Platt, S. R. and Varejão, A. S. (2006): Primary and secondary tumours occurring simultaneously in the brain of a dog. J. Small. Anim. Pract. 47

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Authors: Balázs Bende, Krisztina Borbála Kovács, Norbert Solymosi and Tibor Németh

. Bende , B. , Szabó , O. and Reiczigel , J. ( 2003 ): The dog population of Budapest at the millennium [in Hungarian, with English abstract] . Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja 125 , 340 – 345

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., Partington, B. P., Miyabayashi, T. and Leveille, R. (1994): Ultrasonographic appearance of chronic hypertrophic pyloric gastropathy in the dog. Vet. Radiol. and Ultrasound 35 , 30-33. Ultrasonographic appearance of chronic

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of the Dog and Cat. 6th edition. Elsevier Saunders, St. Louis, Missouri. pp. 331–326. Belanger M. C. Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine. Diseases

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In Fejér county, Daruszentmiklós, F-005 site an Avar Period settlement (7th–8th century) was excavated. 341 pieces of dog bones originated from 36 objects: Skeleton or skeleton part of 7 individuals and few parts of 35 individuals were found. The animals were 2 infants, 2 juveniles, 37 adultus and 1 maturus age individuals. Most of the dogs were slim, medium size sheperd dogs belonged to the Canis familiaris intermedius type. There were a few individuals from the Canis familiaris matris optimae type. The number of dog bones from Avar Period is small, so the dogs from Daruszentmiklós are remarkable.

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Authors: Mário Ginja, António Silvestre, António Ferreira, José Gonzalo-Orden, Maria Orden, Pedro Melo-Pinto, Maria Llorens-Pena and Jorge Colaço

b ): Early hip laxity examination in predicting moderate and severe hip dysplasia in Estrela Mountain Dog. J. Small Anim. Pract. (accepted for publication). Ginja, M. M. D., Llorens-Pena, M. P., Gonzalo

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Authors: Nikitas Prassinos, Katerina Adamama-Moraitou, Haralabos Ververidis, Tilemachos Anagnostou and Stefanos Kladakis

438 439 Jackson, P. G. G. (1995): Postparturient problems in the dog and cat. In: Jackson, P. G. G. (ed.) Handbook of Veterinary Obstetrics. W. B. Saunders, Philadelphia. pp

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