Dog ecology and dog rabies control.

  title={Dog ecology and dog rabies control.},
  author={A. Wandeler and A. Budde and S. Capt and A. Kappeler and H. Matter},
  journal={Reviews of infectious diseases},
  volume={10 Suppl 4},
Dog populations, like other populations, depend on the availability of resources (food, water, and shelter). Humans either make available or deliberately withhold resources for varying proportions of dog populations. Dog-keeping practices and the duties of responsible ownership vary with the cultural setting. Dog populations often attain densities that allow the species to be a main host of rabies. The epidemiology of dog rabies is not well understood, despite the easy access to dog populations… Expand
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