Cerebellar Ataxia

Description: A genetic disease of the brain that causes cell loss. A neural condition leading to incoordination of muscle movement which is typically due to a lesion of part of the cerebellum. Symptoms: Symptoms may vary, depending where the lesions manifest. Symptoms may include instability and difficulty balancing, irregular body movements, falling frequently, inability to get up, or tremors.
This is a progressive disease that can begin in very young animals. There is currently no cure.

Breeds prone to Cerebellar Ataxia include: