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    Skeletal Growth Problems of the Great Dane
    by Patrizio Donati


    Pages: 8
    Publisher: Kennel della Baia Azzurra
    Edition: 2003
    Language: English
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    The growth of the bone starts with the birth and does not stop during the life time and also with the canides there is a continuous renewal of the periosteum ( bone-skin). The osteoblastes and osteoklastes are responsible for the exchange.
    Growth and maturing of a young Great Dane is the result of genetic interaction, enviromental influences and balanced nutrition.



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