Cervical Vertebral Instability (Wobblers, CVI) diagnosed at 9 years 6 months - Comments: Not sure it's Wobbler's, but best guess. Showed acute neck pain and trauma which gradually resolved. She now has a "wobbler gait" with weakness in the rear limbs.
No female reproduction information
No liver information
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Behavioral/Canine Compulsive Disorders
No behavioral/canine compulsive disorder information
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Seasonal Flank Alopecia
Not really seasonal. Just always has had thinning of the hair in the flank area. No official "diagnosis".
Morgana's Irresistible Treasure has two healthy alleles at MYO7A.
Deafness And Vestibular Syndrome Of Dobermans (DVDob, DINGS)
This disease affects the hearing and balance mechanisms of the inner ear. Affected puppies exhibit signs of vestibular disease such as mild head tilt and poor balance; these signs can often progress with age. Deafness is definitively diagnosed by auditory testing (BAER test).
DINGS is characterized by bilateral deafness and vestibular disease and is known to occur somewhat frequently in the Doberman Pinscher.
Webb et al, 2018 (In preprint)