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About This File

This breed has information on both veterinary care events (VC) and LIFE insurance data (mortality).

 


Files Available for Download:

 

EURASIER VC 2006-2011.pdf
The VC file has rates of most common and highest risk conditions requiring veterinary care.

 

EURASIER LIFE 2006-2011.pdf
The LIFE file has rates of most common and highest risk causes of death.

 

Agria Dog Breed Statistics FAQs.pdf
This file addresses frequently asked questions regarding Agria Dog Breed Statistics.

 


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