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Margaret V. Root Kustritz Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN 55108.

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    Holst PA, Phemister RD. Onset of diestrus in the Beagle bitch: definition and significance. Am J Vet Res 1974;35:401406.

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    Johnston SD, Root Kustritz MV, Olson PN. Breeding management and artificial insemination of the bitch. In: Johnston SD, Root Kustritz MV, Olson PN, eds. Canine and feline theriogenology. Philadelphia: WB Saunders Co, 2001;4165.

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    Johnston SD, Root Kustritz MV, Olson PN. Disorders of the canine uterus and uterine tubes (oviducts). In: Johnston SD, Root Kustritz MV, Olson PN, eds. Canine and feline theriogenology. Philadelphia: WB Saunders Co, 2001;206224.

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    Smith FO. Canine pyometra. Theriogenology 2006;66:610612.

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    Parker NA. Clinical approach to canine vaginitis: a review, in Proceedings. Annu Meet Soc Theriogenol 1998;112115.

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    Johnston SD, Root Kustritz MV, Olson PN. Disorders of the canine vagina, vestibule, and vulva. In: Johnston SD, Root Kustritz MV, Olson PN, eds. Canine and feline theriogenology. Philadelphia: WB Saunders Co, 2001;225242.

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    Sirinarumitr K. Effect of blood parasites on female reproduction, in Proceedings. 142nd Annu Conv Am Vet Med Assoc 2005;on CD-ROM.

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    Hollett RB. Canine brucellosis: outbreaks and compliance. Theriogenology 2006;66:575587.

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