Scottie Cramp

Scottie Cramp is sufficiently uncommon not to be well known and many breeders and veterinary surgeons may never have come across a case. ...more

Progressive Lens Luxation

Sealyham Terriers suffer from a painful eye condition known as Primary Lens Luxation (PLL). ...more

Patella Luxation

Luxated patellas are a congenital (present at birth) condition ...more

Urolithiasis

Urinary Calculi or bladder stones can occasionally be a problem in the Cesky Terrier ...more

Degenerative Disc Disease

The spinal cord is one of the most important and most sensitive organs in the body. ...more

Cardiac Disease

Heart disease seems to affect an increasing number of Cesky Terriers ...more

Cancer

In all breeds cancer seems to be an increasing problem. ...more

Pyometra

It is has been suggested that 25% of all entire bitches will suffer from pyometra by the age of ten ...more

Health

The Cesky Terrier is a healthy breed, but as with all living creatures, very occasionally problems can occur.

As the Cesky Terrier was developed from a combination of Scottish and Sealyham Terriers, it is always possible that conditions found in those two breeds could be seen also in the Cesky Terrier.

It must be stressed that these conditions are not widespread. The Cesky Terrier is, in general, a very healthy breed, and many live a long life, with very infrequent visits to the veterinary surgery.

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