Information available from various sources quantifies the numbers of dogs and helps to determine prevalence of disease.
Downloads: DogWellNet: Providing population data on canine demography and health
Dr. Dan O'Neill presented information on the Population Data emphasis on DogWellNet.com and on the contributions of VetCompass - a practice-based data collection and research effort in the UK.
Agria Insurance Data: (limited access to these files): https://dogwellnet.com/files/category/5-swedish-insurance-data/
Data from Veterinarians | Insurance Data
In this section, we provide data collected from veterinary sources, with estimates based on a known population, e.g. veterinary practice data collection, data from insurance sources, etc.
Inside the many different registries worldwide the number of registered dogs of each breed is known. Is the information readily available by breed? In some cases yes, in others, no. Some registries publish registration numbers.
The Swedish Kennel Club <http://www.skk.se/sv/om-skk/det-har-ar-skk/press/> & the database http://hundar.skk.se/avelsdata/> (lang. Swedish), The Finnish Kennel Club <http://www.kennelliitto.fi/en/kennel-club/koiranet/breeding-database-a-unique-information-source-about-dogs> & the database (lang. English available) <http://jalostus.kennelliitto.fi/>, The Norwegian kennel Club <http://web2.nkk.no/no/om_nkk/dette_gjor_nkk/statistikk/>, The Societe Centale Canine <http://www.scc.asso.fr/Statistiques,242> (France), The Kennel Club (UK)
<http://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/registration/breed-registration-statistics/> offer breed-specific registration information on their websites. The AKC shares annual breed registrations numbers with parent clubs - breed registration data may or may not be available to the public via the
parent club's website and or parent club publications.