Canid sex attractant studies

@article{Kruse1983CanidSA,
  title={Canid sex attractant studies},
  author={Sheila McKenna Kruse and Walter E. Howard},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Ecology},
  year={1983},
  volume={9},
  pages={1503-1510}
}
Behavioral studies using anestrous female beagles, and olfactory tests with dogs in the absence of females, indicate that methylp-hydroxybenzoate cannot be considered a key sexual attractant for male beagles, even though this compound has been found in estrous vaginal secretions. 

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