Reference data on dogs and veterinarians per country used for the analyses and data (number of answers and number of cases of canine babesiosis) obtained in the survey.
|Total number of administrative regions with answers/Total number of administrative regions||6/9||3/3||22/22||15/16||1/1||9/12||15/19|
|Total number of dogs in the country*||61,2000||1,330,700||7,595,000||5,300,000||35,000||1,493,000||4,720,000|
|Total number of vets in the country**||1000||2370||10,652||10,437||45||3608||8500|
|Number of vets included in the study||151||462||1884||570||4||274||329|
|Response level (%)||15.1||19.5||17.7||5.5||8.9||7.6||3.9|
|Number of canine babesiosis cases diagnosed in 2010||163||38||12,064||150||0||13||2383|
Data from the European Pet Food Industry Federation (http://www.fediaf.org/facts-figures/).
Data from the Bundestierärztekammer (BTK, Berlin) in Germany, Syndicat National des Vétérinaires d’Exercice Libéral (SNVEL, Paris) in France, Union Professionnelle Vétérinaire (UPV, Nivelles) in Belgium and Luxembourg, the Dutch veterinary association (KNMvD, Houten) in the Netherlands, Leonardo Da Vinci II in Spain.
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