|Title||Dogs (Canis familiaris) as Sentinels for Human Infectious Disease and Application to Canadian Populations: A Systematic Review|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2018|
|Authors||Bowser, NH, Anderson, NE|
|Keywords||One Health; dogs; sentinel surveillance; infectious disease; emerging disease; zoonosis|
This systematic review evaluates current global research on the use of domestic dogs as sentinels for human infectious disease, and critically appraises how this may be applied within Canada.