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White Shaker Disease Syndrome

  title={White Shaker Disease Syndrome},
  author={Lindsey Buracker and J. Robertson},
White Shaker Disease Syndrome is a neurologic disease seen primarily in dogs with white coats, particularly in West Highland White Terriers, Maltese Terriers (Bagley et al., 1993), and Samoyeds (Cummings et al., 1986). Affected dogs have a very unique generalized tremor (unintentional, rhythmic muscle movements) and typically are 5 months to 3 years old when the disease is first recognized (Yamaya et al., 2004). There is no gender predilection for this disease. Because this disease has been… Expand


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