Marixie Ann Q. Manarang, Lei Anne C. Carolino, Anna Mae D. Duya, Kristine Joy L. Mendoza, Mellanie B. Victoria, Victor Emmanuel G. Gabriel
Dogs are the most successful canids, adapted to human habitation worldwide. Despite of their beneficial effects, close bonds of dogs and humans, in combination with inappropriate human practices and behavior, they remain to be a major threat to public health, with dogs harboring a numbe . . .