CANINE HEALTH TEST

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Should you wish to see breed applicable test, please see the categories below:

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An ocular disorder where the choroid layer develops abnormally in Collie breeds.

Degenerative Myelopathy is a mutation of the SOD1 gene. A late onset degenerative neurological disease of the spinal cord that is prevalent in many canine breeds.

A condition characterised by prolonged contraction or delayed relaxation of a muscle.

Cystinuria is an autosomal recessive metabolic disorder, characterized by the accumulation of cysteine crystals in urine.

A condition characterised by late-onset progressive incoordination, balance issues and abnormal movements.

A mutation that causes sensitivity and intolerance to various drugs, the most common being Ivermectin.

A collection of neurological disorders characterised by degeneration of the central nervous system.

Primary lens luxation (PLL) is an eye condition characterized by lens dislocation resulting in blindness.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

An ocular disorder where the choroid layer develops abnormally in Collie breeds.

An autosomal recessive disorder that causes retinal detachment and raised lesions on the retina.

Degenerative Myelopathy is a mutation of the SOD1 gene. A late onset degenerative neurological disease of the spinal cord that is prevalent in many canine breeds.

A disorder where the lens of the eye becomes cloudy and will, over time, result in blindness.

An autosomal recessive disorder characterised by high levels if uric acid in the urine which leads to formation of kidney stones and other urinary tract issues.

A mutation that causes sensitivity and intolerance to various drugs, the most common being Ivermectin.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

B

An autosomal recessive disorder characterised by high levels if uric acid in the urine which leads to formation of kidney stones and other urinary tract issues.

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A multisystemic conditions resulting in various symptoms including epilepsy, ataxia, deafness and tubulopathy.

An autosomal recessive disorder characterised by night or day blindness (a form of PRA).

An autosomal recessive disorder characterised by high levels if uric acid in the urine which leads to formation of kidney stones and other urinary tract issues.

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A multisystemic conditions resulting in various symptoms including epilepsy, ataxia, deafness and tubulopathy.

An autosomal recessive disorder characterised by night or day blindness (a form of PRA).

An ocular disorder where the choroid layer develops abnormally in Collie breeds.

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An autosomal recessive disorder where increased pressure in the eye, due to abnormal fluid build-up, damages the ganglion layer of the retina, leading to blindness.

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A condition characterised by a reduction of mineralisation in the dentition, which results in weak teeth which wear down quickly.

A condition characterised by the degeneration of the sensory and motor nerves.

An autosomal recessive mutation where while blood cells are “trapped” in the bone marrow and not transferred to the blood, resulting in a low immune system.

Degenerative Myelopathy is a mutation of the SOD1 gene. A late onset degenerative neurological disease of the spinal cord that is prevalent in many canine breeds.

An ocular disorder where the choroid layer develops abnormally in Collie breeds.

A mutation that causes sensitivity and intolerance to various drugs, the most common being Ivermectin.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

An autosomal recessive mutation where while blood cells are “trapped” in the bone marrow and not transferred to the blood, resulting in a low immune system.

A condition characterised by abnormal clotting function, which results in spontaneous internal bleeding or prolonged bleeding due to trauma.

A condition characterised by the degeneration of the sensory and motor nerves.

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A disorder where the lens of the eye becomes cloudy and will, over time, result in blindness.

A condition characterised by the replacement of heart muscle with fatty tissue.

Primary lens luxation (PLL) is an eye condition characterized by lens dislocation resulting in blindness.

A disorder where the lens of the eye becomes cloudy and will, over time, result in blindness.

An autosomal recessive disorder where the cells of the cerebellum deteriorate, resulting in decreased motor coordination.

A condition characterised by impaired mobility, seizures, and ataxia.

A condition characterised by an abnormal thickening of the skin around the paws, lesions on the mucosal and facial region and poor growth.

A condition characterised by abnormalities in the differentiation of cells, which results in the formation of cysts in the kidneys.

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Cystinuria is an autosomal recessive metabolic disorder, characterized by the accumulation of cysteine crystals in urine.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

A disorder where the lens of the eye becomes cloudy and will, over time, result in blindness.

An autosomal recessive disorder that causes retinal detachment and raised lesions on the retina.

A collection of neurological disorders characterised by degeneration of the central nervous system.

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Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

An autosomal recessive disorder that causes retinal detachment and raised lesions on the retina.

C

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Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

Primary lens luxation (PLL) is an eye condition characterized by lens dislocation resulting in blindness.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

A condition characterised by chronic renal failure, occurring between 6 months to 2 years of age.

A condition characterised by an adverse reaction to physical activity due to abnormal metabolism.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

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Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

A collection of neurological disorders characterised by degeneration of the central nervous system.

A collection of neurological disorders characterised by degeneration of the central nervous system.

A condition affecting the cardiac muscle resulting in abnormal ability pump blood trough the vascular system.

A condition affecting the cardiac muscle resulting in an abnormal ability to pump blood through the vascular system.

A condition affecting the cardiac muscle resulting in abnormal ability pump blood trough the vascular system.

E

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

A condition characterised by an adverse reaction to physical activity due to abnormal metabolism.

A lysosome storage disease, which results in progressive and eventually fatal, neurological symptoms.

A condition characterised by chronic renal failure, occurring between 6 months to 2 years of age.

F

Cystinuria is an autosomal recessive metabolic disorder, characterized by the accumulation of cysteine crystals in urine.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

A disorder where the lens of the eye becomes cloudy and will, over time, result in blindness.

An autosomal recessive disorder that causes retinal detachment and raised lesions on the retina.

G

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

A condition characterised by skin which is covered with thick, greasy flakes of skin that stick to the hair.

EIC is an autosomal recessive condition characterized by the intolerance of strenuous exercise.

A collection of neurological disorders characterised by degeneration of the central nervous system.

Degenerative Myelopathy is a mutation of the SOD1 gene. A late onset degenerative neurological disease of the spinal cord that is prevalent in many canine breeds.

An autosomal recessive disorder that results in loss of muscle tone and control.

A neurodegenerative disorder, affecting the central nervous system, resulting in progressive loss of balance and increased immobility.

H

A condition characterised by a lack of muscle control and coordination

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

Achromatopsia or “day blindness” is a progressive disorder where the cone cells do not function and will not adjust the eye to bright light or register colour.

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Degenerative Myelopathy is a mutation of the SOD1 gene. A late onset degenerative neurological disease of the spinal cord that is prevalent in many canine breeds.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

A condition characterised by abnormal clotting function, which results in spontaneous internal bleeding or prolonged bleeding due to trauma.

A condition characterised by a progressive degenerative disease of the central nervous systems.

J

A condition characterised by late-onset progressive incoordination, balance issues and abnormal movements.

A condition characterised by progressive incoordination, balance issues and abnormal movements.

Primary lens luxation (PLL) is an eye condition characterized by lens dislocation resulting in blindness.

K

Degenerative Myelopathy is a mutation of the SOD1 gene. A late onset degenerative neurological disease of the spinal cord that is prevalent in many canine breeds.

A condition characterised by the degeneration of the sensory and motor nerves.

L

An autosomal recessive disorder where excess copper is stored in the liver leading to liver failure.

A condition characterised by abnormal clotting function, which results in spontaneous internal bleeding or prolonged bleeding due to trauma.

Deficiency of the Pyruvate Kinase enzyme that impairs the red blood cells ability to metabolise, which causes anaemia and other blood related problems.

An autosomal recessive disorder that results in loss of muscle tone and control.

An autosomal recessive disorder where excess copper is stored in the liver leading to liver failure.

A condition characterised by abnormalities in specialised cells of the nose, which results in the formation of crusts over the nasal area and the accumulation of fluid.

M

Achromatopsia or “day blindness” is a progressive disorder where the cone cells do not function and will not adjust the eye to bright light or register colour.

N

A condition characterised by a lack of separation between the mouth and nose, due to abnormal tissue development between those areas.

A condition characterised by a lack of separation between the mouth and nose, due to abnormal tissue development between those areas.

P

A degenerative neurological disease, resulting in uncoordinated movement and tremors.

A condition characterised by abnormal clotting function, which results in spontaneous internal bleeding or prolonged bleeding due to trauma.

A condition characterised by progressive incoordination, balance issues and abnormal movements.

Deficiency of the Pyruvate Kinase enzyme that impairs the red blood cells ability to metabolise, which causes anaemia and other blood related problems.

R

A condition characterised by seizures triggered by sudden audio or visual stimulation.

A condition characterised by abnormal clotting function, where spontaneous bleeds into the skin, chest abdomen or joints can occur.

Juvenile Laryngeal Paralysis & Polyneuropathy (JLPP) is a neurological disease that primarily affects the ability of nerves, in particular the larynx, to contract.

A condition characterised by abnormal clotting function, which results in spontaneous internal bleeding or prolonged bleeding due to trauma.

A degenerative neurological disease, resulting in uncoordinated movement and tremors.

A condition which results in progressive muscular atrophy.

A neurodegenerative disorder, affecting the central nervous system, resulting in progressive loss of balance and increased immobility.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

An ocular disorder where the choroid layer develops abnormally in Collie breeds.

A collection of neurological disorders characterised by degeneration of the central nervous system.

A collection of neurological disorders characterised by degeneration of the central nervous system.

S

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

An autosomal recessive disorder characterised by night or day blindness (a form of PRA).

A condition characterised by prolonged contraction or delayed relaxation of a muscle.

A condition characterised by late-onset progressive incoordination, balance issues and abnormal movements.

A condition affecting the cardiac muscle resulting in abnormal ability pump blood trough the vascular system.

An ocular disorder where the choroid layer develops abnormally in Collie breeds.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

A mutation that causes sensitivity and intolerance to various drugs, the most common being Ivermectin.

A condition characterised by abnormal clotting function, which results in spontaneous internal bleeding or prolonged bleeding due to trauma.

A condition characterised by the degeneration of the sensory and motor nerves.

A condition characterised by abnormal clotting function, which results in spontaneous internal bleeding or prolonged bleeding due to trauma.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

 

A condition characterised by the degeneration of the sensory and motor nerves.

A disorder where the lens of the eye becomes cloudy and will, over time, result in blindness.

A condition characterised by the degeneration of the sensory and motor nerves.

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Cystinuria is an autosomal recessive metabolic disorder, characterized by the accumulation of cysteine crystals in urine.

Degenerative Myelopathy is a mutation of the SOD1 gene. A late onset degenerative neurological disease of the spinal cord that is prevalent in many canine breeds.

EIC is an autosomal recessive condition characterized by the intolerance of strenuous exercise.

A sudden onset disorder that is mainly characterised by a rapid increase in body temperature and muscle contraction, often leading to death.

A mutation that causes sensitivity and intolerance to various drugs, the most common being Ivermectin.

Primary lens luxation (PLL) is an eye condition characterized by lens dislocation resulting in blindness.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) is a collective of genetic eye disorders that affect the photoreceptor cells leading to blindness.

An autosomal recessive disorder characterised by high levels if uric acid in the urine which leads to formation of kidney stones and other urinary tract issues.

A condition characterised by prolonged contraction or delayed relaxation of a muscle.

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A condition characterised by a lack of muscle control and coordination

A condition caused by insufficient myelin production, which affects the central nervous system.

A condition resulting from abnormal embryonic development, which results in defective spinal canal functioning leading to neurological abnormalities.

A condition characterised by an adverse reaction to physical activity due to abnormal metabolism.

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