Skip to main content

Table 2 Breed predispositions for genotype are shown for breeds with ≥10 dogs

From: Prevalence of an angiotensin-converting enzyme gene variant in dogs

Breed n VP (n, %) VN (n, %) P value Odds ratio 95% CI
Bouvier 10 3 (30) 7 (70) 1.0 0.963 0.268 to 3.493
Boxer 20 1 (5) 19 (95) .01 0.113 0.011 to 0.633
Bull mastiff 19 11 (58) 8 (42) .02 3.254 1.317 to 7.994
Bulldog 28 7 (25) 21 (75) .67 0.737 0.289 to 1.738
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel 13 11 (85) 2 (15) <.001 13.250 3.187 to 60.260
Dachshund 10 9 (90) 1 (10) <.001 21.440 3.493 to 236.0
French Bulldog 10 0 (0) 10 (100) .04 0.000 0.000 to 0.426
Golden Retriever 42 4 (10) 38 (90) .001 0.216 0.081 to 0.584
Great Dane 19 16 (84) 3 (16) <.001 13.270 4.112 to 43.370
Irish Wolfhound 21 19 (90) 2 (10) <.001 48.630 8.598 to 509.700
Labrador Retriever 12 6 (50) 6 (50) .20 2.299 0.714 to 7.376
Miniature poodle 10 4 (40) 6 (60) .51 1.512 0.475 to 5.683
Miniature Schnauzer 19 0 (0) 19 (100) .001 0.000 0.000 to 0.398
Newfoundland 15 1 (7) 14 (93) .046 0.155 0.015 to 0.943
Pomeranian 13 0 (0) 13 (100) .012 0.000 0.000 to 0.6424
Rottweiler 16 1 (6) 15 (94) .029 0.144 0.0136 to 0.860
Scottish Deerhound 10 3 (30) 7 (70) 1.0 0.963 0.268 to 3.493
Siberian Husky 12 4 (33) 8 (67) 1.0 1.128 0.372 to 3.962
Standard Poodle 33 5 (15) 28 (85) .05 0.381 0.157 to 0.969
Whippet 15 6 (40) 9 (60) .41 1.519 0.534 to 4.089
Yorkshire Terrier 34 10 (29) 24 (71) 1.0 0.932 0.455 to 1.978
  1. Odds ratio and 95% CI > 1.0 indicated overrepresentation while < 1.0 indicated underrepresentation. P < .05 bolded. VN variant-negative (wild type), VP variant-positive (heterozygous or homozygous), n number of dogs in each breed