Mammary gland tumors in three male dogs

@inproceedings{Han2016MammaryGT,
  title={Mammary gland tumors in three male dogs},
  author={Jeong-Hee Han and Kyeong-soo Kim and Jae-Hoon Kim},
  year={2016}
}
Mammary gland tumors are very rare in male dogs. In this study, four mammary gland tumors from 3 male dogs (2 intact, 1 neutered) were collected from local animal hospitals. The dogs included two purebred Shih Tzu (1 intact, 1 neutered) and one intact purebred Cocker Spaniel. The mean age of dogs with mammary gland tumors was 9 years (5-12 years). Two dogs had a solitary mass, whereas one dog had two mammary masses. Of the four tumor masses, three were observed in the fourth or fifth mammary… CONTINUE READING

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