Top 8 Common Health Problems Seen in Samoyed Dogs

Hip Dysplasia

 Samoyeds can suffer from hip dysplasia, a genetic condition affecting the hip joint's development.

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 Progressive Retinal Atrophy

This eye disease leads to vision loss in Samoyeds, often starting with night blindness.

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 Hypothyroidism

Samoyeds are prone to hypothyroidism, a condition where the thyroid gland is underactive.

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 Diabetes Mellitus

 Diabetes can occur in Samoyeds, requiring regular monitoring and insulin injections.

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Skin Allergies

Samoyeds can have skin allergies, causing itching, redness, and discomfort.

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Subvalvular Aortic Stenosis

This heart condition can be present in Samoyeds, affecting blood flow from the heart.

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Glaucoma

 Glaucoma is an eye condition that can lead to increased pressure and vision loss in Samoyeds.

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Bloat

Bloat is a serious condition where the stomach twists, requiring immediate veterinary attention.

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