You may have already heard the word “down syndrome” when it comes to dogs.
If you’ve ever been to the vet, you’ve probably seen a puppy with a severe form of Down Syndrome or a dog with Down Syndrome with Down syndrome.
In addition to Down Syndrome, there are other genetic conditions and hereditary conditions that can cause Down Syndrome.
It is important to know that there are many breeds of dogs with Down Syndrome and that they can be very happy.
We know that they have a variety of unique personalities, which makes finding the perfect companion all the more important.
Here are some of the most common traits that can make a puppy happy.
How does Down Syndrome affect a dog’s temperament?
Down Syndrome is a hereditary condition that affects the development of the brain and body.
The genetic cause of Down syndrome is unknown, but some researchers think it is related to the genes for the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.
If there is an imbalance in the level of acetyl-choline in the brain, it may cause a person with Down a condition called an acetylhypocholine syndrome.
The symptoms of the condition include: decreased socialization