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Disease Name Disease Description Associated Genes #G2P Pair References
Aberrant cilia eyelashes growing abnormally, such as rubbing against the eyeball (see #88).The common abnormal growth of eyelashes including eyelashes distichia, eyelashes, long eyelashes, and ectopic trichiasis
Abnormal copper metabolism (usually Bedlington terriers or Doberman pinschers) an inability to utilize and store copper properly, resulting in liver disease and other problems.
Abnormal dentition abnormal placement, number and development of teeth.
Achondroplasia abnormal development of cartilage leading to dwarfism (seen aberrantly in most breeds, but that's what makes a Basset hound and other achondroplastic breeds long and low). FGF4  7
Acute moist dermatitis known as "hot spots," a localized area of a severely itchy, inflamed and oozing dermatitis exacerbated by the animal's intense licking and chewing at the spot.
Allergies same as in humans. Dogs can be allergic to things they come in contact with, eat or inhale.
Amyloidosis a condition where abnormal deposits of proteinaceous material called amyloid are laid down in tissues and impair their function. Common in Akitas and Chinese shar peis. 18
Anasarca a condition where neonatal puppies have an abnormal accumulation of fluids in their tissues. Often seen in English bulldogs.
Anemia with chondrodysplasia a condition of Alaskan malamutes where there is malformation and maldevelopment of cartilage and red blood cells. Also called stomatocytosis because of the mouth-like shape of red blood cells.
Anesthetic idiosyncracy a condition where an individual has an abnormal response to commonly used anesthetics sometimes leading to death. Idiosyncratic means there is no good explanation or way to predict this.