[Toxoplasmosis in dogs in Greece].

@article{Chambouris1989ToxoplasmosisID,
  title={[Toxoplasmosis in dogs in Greece].},
  author={R Chambouris and Doris Stuenzner and Z Sebek and Wolfdieter Sixl and Marianne K{\"o}ck},
  journal={Geographia medica. Supplement = Geographia medica. Sonderband},
  year={1989},
  volume={3},
  pages={19-22}
}
In Greece, not only raw meat feeding but also the possible faecal transmission of disease from the vast amount of strayed domestic cats play an important role in the incidence of toxoplasmosis among dogs. This must be concluded from the high contamination rate of 21.2% to 30.8% in all four presented investigations. 

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