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12 June, 2016
 
Focus
: Small animals - dogs, cats, guinea pigs, hamsters, turtles & rabbits
Dr Sing Kong Yuen, BVMS (Glasgow), MRCVS
Written:  12 June, 2016  
 
TRANSMISSIBLE VENEREAL TUMOURS IN DOGS IN MYANMAR
 
Stray dogs are commonly seen in Myanmar. Common veterinary conditions in 2016 in such dogs are traumatic vehicle injuries, rabies and transmissible venereal tumours. 

In 2014, I visited Yezin Veterinary School and Royal Asia Veterinary Surgery in Yangon and saw some cases of transmissible venereal tumours in dogs. Kind people do bring these dogs to the vets for treatment.
 
As many stray dogs have been culled or sterilised in Singapore, transmissible venereal tumour in dogs are a side of veterinary medicine not seen in Singapore.
 

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