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A 7-year-old female dog presented with intermittent episodes of urinary incontinence, tremors, intermittent episodes of pelvic limb weakness and collapse, and lethargy were noticed over a period of two months. Hypoglycaemia, secondary to an insulin-secreting β-cell tumour, was suspected on the basis of clinical signs, ultrasound and serum biochemistry. A laparotomy was then performed to remove the tumour mass. Post-surgical pancreatitis was a major complication. Histology revealed a malignantdoi:10.1080/23311932.2017.1293467 fatcat:ysywdnx3grbr3jbbjlcd3celu4