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Table 1 The breeds with the highest reported incidence for SAS in selected publications

From: Genetics of canine subvalvular aortic stenosis (SAS)

Author Study Publication Year Top SAS Affected Breeds No. of SAS Dogs
Patterson [1] Epidemiological and Genetic Studies of Congenital Heart Disease in the Dog 1968 • German Shepherd
• Boxer
• Newfoundland
40
Oliveira et al. [2] Retrospective Review of Congenital Heart Disease in 976 Dogs 2011 • Boxer
• German Shepherd
• Dogue de Bordeux
• Newfoundland
• Rottweiler
• Golden Retriever
• Mongrel
• Labroador Retriever
241
Ontiveros et al. [33] Congenital Cardiac outflow Tract Abnormalities in dogs: Prevalence and Pattern of Inheritance from 2008 to 2017 2019 • Bullmastiff
• Newfoundland
• Boxer
• Golden Retriever
• Rottweiler
• German Shepherd
• Pitbull Terrier
• Labrador Retriever
• Mixed breed
259
Brambilla et al. [3] Epidemiological study of congenital heart diseases in dogs: Prevalence, popularity, and volatility throughout twenty years of clinical practice 2020 • Boxer
• German Shepherd
• English Bulldog
• Newfoundland
• Rottweiler
• Golden Retriever
• Labrador Retriever
• Dachshund
• Dogue de Bordeux
• Bull Terrier
• Crossbreeds
296