Last updated: 2013 18th of June
Original text: English
Responsible for this information are: Charlotte Steneloo & Mikael Edlund
- Sebaceous Adenitis SA. Biopsy confirmed November 2012
(at the age of 6+ years)
- Various horrible issues (spleen tumour/stomach pain/swollen gums) due to side effects of making the bad decision of using Cyclosporine
HD = A (possible in Sweden are: A, B, C, D, E)
AD/ED = no remarks at age 1 year and 4 months.
Eyes: Clear 2007 and 2009
Blood sample sent for research (SA): Yes
Manuel has a very thick coat - belly down From his neck to tail the SA has resulted in many spots without any under-coat. Thererfore I had to find a solution that could work when we it is cold outside. He loves being outside in the cold, but the SA-spots are exposed...
Primary -no. Secondary, tertiary and quaternary? - YES What about itching and scratching? SA as such does not seem to itch but many of the issues caused by SA- do... Shedding/dropping coat - in a normal state Ever since Manuel's first shedding he has been scratching...
Slowly the areas expand. Here you see the low back-area.
The skin condition is more than important! A very very dry skin is susceptible to anything that establishes contact - that is no rocket science! This is valid for those dogs who suffer from very dry skin. Of course not for those who manage to keep an acceptable level...