Problems that have occurred in Klompen dogs

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Listed below you will find the problems that have cropped up in the Klompen line, beginning with the ones which have occurred most frequently. This page will continue to be updated.
For more information about how the problems have affected our line of dogs please click on the names below.

Polyarteritis Nodosa

- commonly known as Beagle Syndrome. If properly diagnosed and treated this autoimmune problem is a minor condition. If not, it can be life threatening. Problems occur between the ages of 6 months and 2 years. Symptoms include: soreness and stiffness of the neck, and lethargy. If left untreated high temperatures can be experienced. Treatment includes antibiotics, and for more severe cases - steriods. This problem has been misdiagnosed as neck injury, or Meningitis.

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