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Poisoning of dogs in the Republic of Macedonia- Pathomorphological changes and the impact on animal welfare
Ivica Gjurovski, Monika Dovenska, Aleksandar Janevski, Trpe Ristoski
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ss Cyril and Methodius University, Lazar Pop Trajkov 5-7, 1000 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia

 

ABSTRACT
The illegal poisoning of dogs and other domestic and wild animals presents a worldwide problem causing animal suffering and R. Macedonia is not an exeption. The goal of this study is to make a comparison of the results from the histopathological examination conducted among poisoned dogs in the Republic of Macedonia. Morphological and histopathological changes in poisoned dogs were investigated for a period of 10 years. The examination was performed on 31 dogs, 13 of which were home kept, 7 were street dogs and 11 of unknown origin. The most significant necropsy findings concerned the inflammatory and necrotic processes of the gastrointestinal tract. The histopathological changes were mainly located in the kidneys, stomach, intestines and the lungs.
Key words: poisoning, dog, histopathology, welfare

Mac Vet Rev 2018; 41 (2): 203-207
   
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