Familial nephropathy (FN)
The Familial or Hereditary Nephropathy (FN) is a juvenile-onset fatal kidney disease. The renal... more
The Familial or Hereditary nephropathy (FN) is a juvenile-onset fatal kidney disease. The renal disease caused by FN invariably is progressive and ultimately fatal. Dogs with FN typically develop chronic renal failure between 6 month and 2 years of age, with eventual and sometimes rapid destruction of both kidneys. The first clinical signs are excessive water consumption, growth rate or loss in weight, reduced appetite, and vomiting.
English Springer Spaniel, Samoyed
autosomal recessive English Springer Spaniel; X chromosomal recessive in Samoyed
1-2 weeks after arrival of the sample in the lab