Most people with Schwartz–Jampel syndrome have a nearly normal life expectancy.
In the media
In March 2013 there was media coverage on a 7-year-old boy with chronically tense muscles due to SJS and his three-legged pet dog. They became first-place winners of the 2013 Crufts Kennel Club's annual Friends for Life competition which "celebrates dogs that have truly earned the title of man’s best friend through bravery, support or companionship". The dog was also awarded The Braveheart Honour in the ceremony of The British Animal Honours in April 2013 (Haatchi the dog).
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- Owen and Haatchi win Friends for Life at Crufts 2013, Crufts.org, 10 March 2013
- Crufts bravery award win for three-legged dog Haatchi, BBC News, 11 March 2013
- Three-Legged Dog, Haatchi, Wins 'Friends For Life' Crufts Award For 7-Year-Old Owner, Owen, Huffingtonpost, 10 March 2013