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Table 3 Univariate regression analysis results for variables associated with canine adenovirus (CAV), canine distemper virus (CDV) and canine parvovirus (CPV) status in unvaccinated dogs sampled in the rural zone surrounding Atlantic Forest fragments in Brazil

From: Prevalence and risk factors for viral exposure in rural dogs around protected areas of the Atlantic forest

Pathogen/variables Odds ratio 95 % CI P value
CAV    
Sex (female) 1.617 0.927–2.90 0.09
Age 1.014 1.007–1.021 6.48x10−5
Body score 1.599 1.013–2.554 0.045
Number of people 1.13 0.95–1.359 0.16
Access to villages 3.806 2.221–6.575 1.3x10−6
Recent dog mortality 1.457 0.868–2.445 0.153
Interaction with wildlife 0.619 0.367–1.036 0.069
CDV    
Sex (female) 0.676 0.355–1.304 0.235
Age 1.009 1–1.016 0.024
Body score 1.756 1.001–3.11 0.05
Number of people 1.395 1.121–1.746 0.003
Number of dogs 1.120 0.996–1.252 0.048
Access to forest 3.190 1.225–10.927 0.033
Recent dog disease 1.501 0.763–2.883 0.22
Area size class 0.515 0.255–0.997 0.05
CPV    
Mobility 18.266 3.786–98.234 0.0002
Access to forest 5.092 1.09–26.42 0.036
Recent dog mortality 4.562 0.766–86.747 0.16
Recent dog disease 0.165 0.023–0.783 0.033
Interaction with wildlife 2.75 0.582–19.415 0.231
Veterinary assistance 0.076 0.015–0.41 0.001
Area size class 0.12 0.006–0.765 0.05
  1. Only variables with significance below the threshold (P < 0.3) are shown