Siberian Husky - genetic tests

The Siberian Husky's graceful, medium-sized, almond-shaped eyes can be brown or blue, sometimes with varying colours. Siberian Huskies have quick and agile legs and are known for their powerful but seemingly light gait. They weigh no more than 30 kg and are much smaller and lighter than their burly relative, the Alaskan Malamute. As natural pack dogs, they enjoy family life and get along well with other dogs. Due to their innate friendliness, they are not ideal watchdogs. They are energetic dogs that cannot resist chasing small animals, so a safe running room is a must.

Malignant Hyperthermia

Canine stress syndrome


It is a congenital disorder of skeletal muscle which is manifested by the significant increase in temperature (hyperthermia) up to 45°C, accelerated and irregular heart rate (tachycardia and arrhythmia), hyperventilation, muscle rigidity and may result in renal failure and death...

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Degenerative Myelopathy


It is a neuromuscular disease causing a gradual muscle weakness on the hindlimb and back, which is manifested by poor coordination of movements, cramped and asymmetric walking, or incontinence.

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Cone degeneration

Achromatopsia, Day blindness, Hemeralopia, Rod monochromacy, CD1


Cone degeneration (also called Achromatopsia) is a disease characterized by loss of cone photoreceptor function, resulting in daytime blindness...

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X-linked Progressive Retinal Atrophy


X-linked progressive retinal atrophy (XLPRA1) is an inherited eye disease affecting dogs. XLPRA1 results from degeneration of photoreceptor cells in the retina...

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