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Shar Pei fever

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Shar Pei fever

Shar Pei dogs are known for having distinctive deep wrinkles in their skin. It is less well-known that they can also be affected by an inherited autoinflammatory disorder known as Shar Pei Fever (SPF) - also known as Shar Pei hock, Familial Shar-Pei Fever, Swollen Hock Syndrome, and Shar-Pei Autoinflammatory Disease (SPAID).

What causes Shar Pei Fever (SPF)?

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How will I know if my dog has SPF?

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How is SPF diagnosed?

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How will my vet treat my Shar Pei?

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How can I prevent my Shar Pei having the condition?

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