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Concentrations of calcium phosphorus sodium potassium and iron in the blood serum of yugoslav shepherd dog from sara mountain fed cooked or canned food


, : Concentrations of calcium phosphorus sodium potassium and iron in the blood serum of yugoslav shepherd dog from sara mountain fed cooked or canned food. Veterinarski Glasnik 43(7): 605-611

Effects of cooked or canned food on the concentration of Ca, P, Na, K and Fe in the blood serum were investigated in 24 dogs (12 males and 12 females) of Yugoslav Shepherd Dog breed originated from the mountain of Sara, during their 25-day training. Blood samples were taken immediately before and after training and on days 1, 10 and 20 of training. All dogs aged 10-12 months of age. Average concentration of Ca, P, Na, K and Fe in the blood serum of both groups during training were within normal physiological limits and ranged from 2.34-295 or 2.39-3.04 mmol/l (Ca), 1.38-1.85 or 1.57-1.88 mmol/l (P), 152.92-160.42 or 138.08-160-25 mmol/l (Na), 3.38-5.41 or 4.25-5.56 mmol/l (K), and 23.30-33.68 or 20.83-34.73 mmol/l (Fe). A certain significance of average concentration differences for Ca, P, Na, K and Fe was established within and between the groups in relation to elements concentrations before and after training or on days 1, 10 and 20 of training or the 10th day after training.

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