Female - orange & white parti
Jangles didn't develop the coat loss until after she had two litters and was 5 years old.
A lot of tests were run on her and everything was normal. Her thyroid was normal.
Diagnosis was Severe Hairloss Syndrome.
Before her coat loss she had a straight topline and a flat tail.
The breeder who owns her does see that in common with the ones
that she truly felt were BSD: Spine begins to curve or a roach back.
As the coat problem progressed so did these symptoms.
Her bloodwork was sent to the Study of Alopecia at the Missouri State University.
She died at the age of 13, still before the other studies taking place now were started.
Thank you to Jangles' owner for the information and photos!
Photos © Owner