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KMID : 0359320230630020009
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research
2023 Volume.63 No. 2 p.9 ~ p.9
Presumptive Border Collie collapse in a dog: serial clinical observation and successful management
Lee Ji-Young

Lee Jeong-Min
Kim Jin-Young
Song Kun-Ho
Song Joong-Hyun
Abstract
A 6-month-old female Border Collie presented with a history of collapse after strenuous exercise. The dog was normal between episodes but experienced loss of focus and ataxia after exercise. This is particularly noticeable under hot weather conditions. No remarkable findings were observed in the diagnostic tests. Based on these results, the patient was tentatively diagnosed with Border Collie collapse (BCC). After exercise restriction, the dog had no episode of collapse and remained clinically well with no signs until the follow-up period of 8 months was complete. To our knowledge, this is the first case report of BCC in South Korea.
KEYWORD
ataxia, Border Collie collapse, dogs, episodic collapse, exercise-induced collapse
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