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1.  Especially common in the breed is Zinc Deficiency or Zinc Responsive Dermatosis My theory is it is due to the fact this breeds diet used to be pretty much just fish which is high in since so over time they got where they didn't process as much so they wouldn't have to much zinc absorbed now with dog food diets they don't get the high levels of zinc anymore, just a theory. But this is so very common and often the cause of Seizures in the Siberian Husky. This is also a very common health issue.

Below is a must-read if you are considering a Siberian Husky so many ends up with epilepsy with no genetic gene found to date. I have been very blessed but we use probiotics and Zinc supplementation on our dogs daily and often check blood zinc levels with our Vet.

Please Click here for info on Zinc and Seizures in Siberians


When the Siberian Husky is low in zinc it can cause many issues they may suffer from hair loss on their elbows, feet, hocks, and most especially their eyelids, chin, and lips area. With this problem with crusting and redness, consulting your vet for advice will surely help. Supplements may help like zinc supplements but still, the guidance of a Vet will be the best assurance.

NOTE: All of our Siberian Huskies get supplemental Zinc daily sometimes 2x a day if needed. We also give daily probiotics to help with absorption. Highly recommend  This probiotic!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


2. PRA or Progressive Retinal Atrophy
This is another hereditary form of eye disease. In this, the retina of your dogs is wasted away. Dog owners like you can early detect this when you have your dogs screened. If you have a Siberian Husky puppy with you and you would like to know whether it has an eye condition, you can let your dog undergo some PRA examination.
With this disease, your Huskies may suffer from night vision. Later on, problems with its daytime vision will gradually become worst until it sees nothing.

3. Hereditary Cataracts
Most people think that cataract is a condition that is frequently formed in old age. But with Siberian Huskies, this eye condition is not caused by old age but is somewhat caused by genes and heredity but also can be caused by injury from a scratch and the cataract can form from the injury and not be due to a Hereditary cause. Some of the signs experienced by your Huskies include lens opacity. Your dog can experience it as early as three (3) months. Siberian Huskies eyesight is impaired because light can’t enter its vision

4. Hypothyroidism
This is a problem that has something to do with your Siberian Huskies’ thyroid gland. In this, the amount of secretion of their thyroid hormone is not normal. When your Siberian Huskies have this disease, you can observe a gain in weight on them though they are not eating much. Fur loss as well as visible bald spots located on your Siberian coat is another sign. If your Siberian Huskies have this, they would seem to be lifeless and would only choose to stay and rest in warm corners of your house as well as sun-seeking on a hot day. 

5. Epilepsy: Siberian Huskies are one of the top breeds to develop epilepsy.  For many dogs, you can't even trace where it came from sire and dam never have an issue it often is not necessarily genetic the Siberian Husky is suffering from zinc deficiency it happens to be the most common cause. Many Huskies even with supplementation have a hard time maintaining good zinc levels. This is a huge issue in the breed. Many Siberians have seizures. Know it is very common in the breed in any stage of life.


https://www.snowdog.guru/zinc-deficiency-seizures-huskies/
 

6. FOLLICULAR DYSPLASIA

This genetic disease leads to excessive hair loss in dogs and is caused by abnormal growth in the canine hair follicle this can be very common in Siberian Huskies... Follicular dysplasia can lead to patchy, uneven, irritated skin and bald patches that refuse to grow any hair. some success has been seen with the use of melatonin.

While this disease is not treatable, your veterinarian can help you create a treatment plan to help soothe your dog’s associated symptoms and skin irritation.

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After having  a close family member's dog pass in this tragedy I am aimed at awareness of Bags and dog suffocation it happens so fast

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