coonhound

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coonhound

a term loosely applied to a number of varieties of hunting dogs in the southern United States, few of which are recognized as specific breeds. See black and tan coonhound, bluetick coonhound, english coonhound, redbone coonhound, treeing walker coonhound.

coonhound paralysis
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Because signs in the sick animals sent for quarantine inspection were similar to those in Aleutian mink disease, we first used AMDV-specific counter-immunoelectrophoresis (CIEP) (5) to test serum samples of six 3-month-old sick raccoon dogs from farm A.
Steve Lowe, head of conservation at the Northumberland Wildlife Trust based in Gosforth, Newcastle, said raccoon dogs are non-native animals which are sometimes kept as pets.
And it was Terry's own raccoon dog Swyper who managed to sniff out the animal.
Terry Tulett, who rescues animals as a sideline to his printing and events business, got in touch to say he believes the animal in question is in fact a raccoon dog.
The close similarity of the strains to a G3P[9] strain from a raccoon dog further highlights the transmission of rotavirus strains between animal and human sources.
The US rapper, real name Sean Combs, had used raccoon dog fur in the hood of jackets in his clothes range Sean John, according to reports ( but Diddy has said it was all a mistake and promised it will not happen again.
Of the ten garments tested by The HSUS, nine tested positive as raccoon dog fur and were mislabeled, a violation of federal law.
Hunting of fox, mink possibly also, raccoon dog and raccoon on the valley of the Vistula, in terms of complying with the law;
One raccoon dog from Ostvorpommern had a mixed infection (T.
The raccoon dog had spread to Finland after this species was released in western Russia for fur trade.
SARS-CoV has been detected by real-time RT-PCR or isolated from two wild mammalian species, Himalayan palm civet (Paguma larvata) and raccoon dog (Nytereutes procyonoides), in a market in southern China (7), but other studies in southern China involving six provinces and Beijing, as well as sampling of 54 wild and 11 domestic animal species, did not find SARS-CoV (8).
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