A dog in the United States has been found with widespread allergies and may need an experimental drug to treat them, a spokesperson for the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association said Monday.

In a statement to The Associated Press, the VMA said the Labrador retriever named Jumbo has a rare and very rare condition called Hashimoto’s disease, which is a severe autoimmune disorder caused by the coronavirus.

Jumbo is now at home with his owners in the U.S., but the VBA said it’s looking into whether a drug can be developed to treat the disease.

Jumbo’s owners were contacted by the VTA last month and they said Jumbo had developed severe reactions to the medication.

The VMA also said the VOA was looking into the possibility of making a similar request for Jumbo to use a new drug, but said the Canadian veterinarian would have to agree to it.