Prevention and Wellness Guide for Bulldog and French Bulldog Puppies

By: Dr. Roy Kraemer |
DVM, Bulldog Specialist Veterinarian

Puppy prevention and wellness in bulldogs and French bulldogs can’t be overlooked.

Some of the prevention and wellness measures are done daily others weekly or bi-weekly.

Puppy Prevention and Wellness in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

  • Dog age Years old
  • French bulldogs estimated in human years
  • English bulldogs estimated in human years
  • 7-9
  • 44-50
  • 50-56
  • 10-11
  • 51-58
  • 57-66
  • 12-13
  • 59-72
  • 67-88
  • 13-15
  • 73-83
  • 89-100

Bulldog And French Bulldog Puppy Prevention MUST DO

Your upcoming addition of a bulldog or French bulldog puppy is sure to become a vital member of your family. Establishing a strong bond begins with thorough preparation.

1. Bulldog Puppy Guide Book: INSIDE INFORMATION

Before deciding to buy or adopt a bulldog puppy, invest time in reviewing a reliable medical resource, preferably one specializing in the breed with a focus on prevention and wellness.

Given that bulldogs require high-maintenance care, taking the time to prepare will help you avoid both financial and emotional distress.

To fully enjoy the benefits of preventive care, it is crucial to initiate it early and maintain it throughout the entirety of your pet’s life.

 BULLDOG SPECIALIST

Dr. Kraemer’s Vet4Bulldog is an authoritative, one-stop site centered on bulldog prevention, care, and wellness. It combines practical, easy-to-implement medical advice, preventive care, tips and warnings, and step-by-step practical treatment recommendations.

VET4BULLDOG.COM

Dr. Kremer, the founder, owner, and medical director of a dedicated bulldog hospital specializing in medicine, surgery, and anesthesia, shares his extensive experience with the public through various articles and platforms on vet4bulldog.

At Vet4Bulldog, Dr. Kraemer’s mission revolves around and emphasizes PREVENTIVE CARE. We highly recommend making it your primary resource for bulldog care across different life stages, fostering optimal health, longevity, and cost-effective management.

Vet4Bulldog.com is your one-stop bully guidebook

For more about bulldog preventive care, click HERE

2. Bulldog Puppy RESCUE vs. BREEDER:

The demand for bulldog and French bulldog puppies is exceptionally high. While the English bulldog puppy has enjoyed documented popularity for decades, there is now a surge in demand for French bulldog puppies, leading to a new peak in French bulldog ownership.

BULLDOG BREEDERS & STORES

C-sections and artificial insemination are often required for pregnancies and births in brachycephalic breeds. Those conditions only intensify the dependency on breeders and stores to supply the public’s wants and incentivize puppy mills and backyard breeders.

Brachycephalic breeds often necessitate C-sections and artificial insemination for pregnancies and births. These circumstances further increase reliance on breeders and stores to meet public demand, consequently incentivizing the operation of puppy mills and backyard breeding.

BULLDOG BOUTIQUE BREEDING

A surge in “boutique breeding” has emerged as a secondary market, offering controversial physical modifications to the breed standard, such as miniaturization and atypical coat colors. Regrettably, these modifications can be associated with birth defects and congenital diseases.

In summary, the combination of public demand and a lack of oversight in breeding practices creates a breeding environment that prioritizes profits over animal welfare.

To ensure responsible practices, it is advisable to purchase from reputable breeders and avoid backyard breeders.

BULLDOG RESCUE

Before purchasing a bulldog or French bulldog puppy from a breeder or pet store, it’s worth considering adoption from a bulldog rescue.

Choosing adoption allows you to offer medical care and a nurturing environment to rescued bulldog puppies, many of whom have experienced neglect and/or abuse.

Most rescue groups offer, at a reasonable cost:

  • comprehensive wellness packages
  • encompassing screening tests
  • spaying/neutering
  • microchip ID
  • and a medical examination,

Since most bulldog rescues operate as non-profits, your financial contribution goes towards rescuing other homeless puppies in need.

Dr. Kraemer's Bulldog Rescue Pledge

Dr. Kraemer has a long-lasting relationship with So Cal Bulldog Rescue and has been supporting other bulldog rescue groups both medially and financially.

For more information about Dr. Kraemer & Bulldog Rescue, click HERE.

3. Bulldog Puppy VETERINARIAN:

Select a veterinarian with experience in addressing the unique breed-specific medical issues of bulldog puppies. Ensure that your chosen veterinary team possesses the expertise to prevent, care for, and, if necessary, address the common health problems associated with the breed.

The local rescue group might be able to help refer you to a hospital or Dr. familiar with the breed

Dr. Kraemer, the founder, owner, and medical director of a specialized hospital for bulldogs and French bulldogs, as well as the founder and owner of Vet4Bulldog.com, has dedicated both his hospital and website to the focus of bulldog preventive care.

Dr. Kraemer is at the forefront of early adopters in the field of alternative medicine, incorporating advanced therapies like

  • Stem cell therapy
  • Platelet-rich plasma
  • Cold laser therapy.

Dr. Kraemer’s commitment to preventive care is supported and enhanced by his assortment of therapeutic, non-prescription bully topicals and bully supplements.

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Selecting the right veterinary team is essential.

Learn more about Dr. Kraemer

BULLDOG ANESTHESIA:

Your bulldog’s veterinarian should be knowledgeable about breed-specific pre-anesthetic protocols, anesthesia induction, monitoring during anesthesia, and post-operative recovery.

Dr. Kraemer Bulldog Anesthesia

For more about bulldog anesthesia, click HERE

4. Bulldog Puppy PET INSURANCE:

Bulldog puppies are susceptible to various common medical conditions linked to the breed, and these issues can quickly become a significant financial burden, impacting your emotional and mental well-being. Hence, I strongly recommend obtaining insurance from a reputable national pet insurance company.

There are several pet insurance options to choose from, with many offering 80–90% coverage after meeting your deductible. Some plans go further by covering wellness needs for your bulldog puppy, encompassing services such as wellness exams, parasite and flea control, vaccinations, and sterilization

PET INSURANCE CLAIM APPLICATION

Unlike your medical insurance, you need to submit the pet’s medical claims yourself. Therefore, the responsibility for settling the veterinary bill lies with you. Subsequently, you will submit the hospital receipts to the insurance company, and they will make the payment to you as the payee.

Certain pet insurance policies, however, may accept an estimate for an upcoming service and directly pay the hospital. In such cases, your responsibility is limited to the deductible portion.

BULLDOG PUPPY INSURANCE CLAIM DENIAL AVOIDANCE TIPS:

To avoid a denial of future claims, you must adhere to the following rules:

Dr. Kraemer’s RULE 1: Get the insurance on day 1 or as soon as possible.

Dr. Kraemer’s Rule 2- BULLY FRIENDLY:  Ensure that the insurance you choose is tailored to bulldogs and covers breed-specific issues like

  • stenotic nares
  • elongated palate
  • MPL.

Dr. Kraemer’s RULE 3 EXAM: Ensure to have your puppy examined by a veterinarian at the earliest opportunity, preferably one with expertise in the breed. Some insurance companies may not activate the insurance or process claims until after this examination.

Dr. Kraemer’s RULE 4—BULLY VET:  Ensure you review the medical exam findings with the veterinarian before leaving that day. The veterinarian should be well-versed in the breed and knowledgeable about how insurance companies handle claims related to the breed. Errors or misunderstandings in processing claims may occur otherwise.

To avoid a “pre-existing condition” claim denial you must get the pet insurance as EARLY as possible.

5. Bulldog Puppy V4B THERAPEUTIC SUPPLEMENTS:

Dr. Kraemer’s bully therapeutic preventive supplements are an ideal solution to ensure your puppy’s current and future good health

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Dr. Kraemer’s vet4bulldog’s core mission is prevention via a non-pharmaceutical alternative modalties . 

To learn more about Dr. Kraemer’s V4B Bully Therapeutic Supplements, click HERE

6. Bulldog Puppy V4B THERAPEUTIC TOPICALS:

Just like Dr. Kraemer’s V4B bully supplements, his bully topical therapeutics are low-cost, safe, and easy to implement.

Dr. Kraemer’s V4B therapeutic line of bully products offers a wide range of topicals that help implement long-term preventive care.

V4B Skin Fold Antiseptic Wipes for Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

The V4B bully therapeutic topicals include:

  • MEDICATED SHAMPOO
  • MEDICATED CREAM RINSE CONDITIONERS
  • MEDICATED GELS & LOTIONS
  • MEDICATED WIPES
  • MEDICATED RINSES & SPRAY

To learn more about the V4B therapeutic bully topicals, click HERE

7. Bulldog Puppy INTESTINAL PARASITE PREVENTION (FECAL & DEWORRMING):

Puppies can suffer from a wide range of parasitic infestations, both topically and internally.

Bulldog intestinal parasite

Intestinal parasites in bulldogs and French bulldogs encompass both worms and contagious protozoan organisms. These parasites can be contracted from the environment, the mother, or another source, such as fleas. They pose a significant threat to the health of your bulldog puppy, and the risks are heightened due to the puppy’s underdeveloped immune system and physical immaturity.

Early parasitic preventives are vital for the well-being of your bulldog puppies

PUBLIC HEALTH ZOONOSIS:

Ensuring the prevention of intestinal parasites is crucial for the safety of your children and the entire family. Many of these parasites are contagious and can pose harm to humans. Children, in particular, are at heightened risk due to their immature immune systems and limited awareness of proper hygiene practices.

Intestinal parasitic prevention is critical for the safety of your kids and family

INTESTINAL PROTOZOA in Bulldog and French Bulldog Puppies:

Common protozoa are typically contracted from the environment and water sources contaminated by fecal material. Due to their high contagion, they can easily spread in places like boarding and breeding facilities.

DIAGNOSIS: Typically, diagnosis involves a fecal test and is based on matching clinical signs. Common clinical signs include diarrhea, often with blood, vomiting, weight loss, dehydration, and stunted growth.

PREVENTION: Strategies for prevention encompass stress-free living, therapeutic supplements, vaccines, environmental control, and maintaining sound hygiene.

TREATMENT: Treatment involves the use of dewormers, and in severe cases, it may require hospitalization with supportive medicine and fluids.

To learn more about bulldog puppy protozoa click HERE

INTESTINAL PARASITE in Bulldog and Fr. Bulldog Puppies

  • Roundworms
  • Tapeworms
  • Hookworms

Intestinal worms are a common concern in puppies. Roundworms, transmitted by the mother, take residence in your puppy’s gastrointestinal tract and have a long, spaghetti-like appearance. They may occasionally appear in your puppy’s feces or vomit. Symptoms may include a pot belly and stunted growth.

Tapeworms, conversely, are transmitted through fleas. When your dog ingests a flea while grooming itself, it results in the development of adult tapeworms. Hookworms can attach to the intestinal wall, potentially causing anemia.

Diagnosis involves physical signs, the presence of the parasite in vomit or stool, and microscopic examination through a fecal test.

PREVENTION: Preventive care measures include proper nutrition, therapeutic supplements to boost the immune system and reduce stress, routine fecal testing, prophylactic deworming, and maintaining proper hygiene.

TREATMENT: Treatment includes deworming and providing symptomatic support.

8. FLEAS & SKIN PARASITE PREVENTION in Bulldog Puppies

Common pet external skin parasites are:

  • Fleas
  • Sarcoptic Mange Mite
  • Demodex Red Mite
  • Dermatophytes “Ringworms”

Fleas thrive in warm climates but are less adaptable to extremely hot or cold conditions.

DIAGNOSIS: In most regions, they become noticeable on your pet’s coat and skin, particularly over the belly or back, during the warm months. Feeding on your pet’s blood, fleas leave behind fecal material that resembles black pepper-like deposits on the fur.

Intense itching and hair loss around the back and base of the tail indicate a flea allergy, and unlike cats, a significant proportion of dogs are allergic to flea bites.

PREVENTION: To prevent fleas, engage in regular combing to check for both fleas and flea feces. Maintain your puppy’s overall health in a stress-free, clean environment, and adhere to good hygiene practices.

Other skin parasites, such as demodex mites, are common in bulldog puppies in their mild juvenile localized form. Typically self-limiting, this condition resolves as the puppy’s immune system matures, presenting as non-itchy focal baldness.

In contrast, adult demodicosis is generally widespread, diffuse, and noticeable. It tends to persist, may worsen in severity, and can become itchy due to secondary infections.

DIAGNOSIS: Conduct skin scrapes with oil under a low-power microscope.

PREVENTION: Minimize stress to prevent immune system suppression; consider therapeutic immune-boosting and calming supplements.

TREATMENT: For the puppy form, utilize topical medicated bully antiseptic degreasing shampoos and gels, along with bully supplements, to boost the immune system. Some flea preventives may also assist in treating and preventing demodex.

The adult form may require antibacterial and antifungal topical and systemic treatments for secondary infections.

Bulldog puppy demodex is not contagious.

To learn more about bulldog demodicosis, click HERE

To learn more about bulldog fleas and flea allergy, click HERE

9. HEART & HEART VESSELS PARASITE PREVENTION in Bulldog Puppies

Heartworms are transmitted to your bulldog puppy through mosquito bites, with the parasite eventually causing blockages in the main heart vessels and chambers. Mosquito prevalence varies by region, so consulting your veterinarian about the local status is advisable.

DIAGNOSIS: Signs of heartworm infection in your bulldog may include fatigue, a persistent cough, exercise intolerance, and a distended belly due to fluid retention, ultimately leading to heart failure. Because the heartworm cycle limits the effectiveness of lab tests to puppies six months and older, diagnosis often involves examining a blood sample under a microscope and detecting pathology through radiographs and/or ultrasounds.

PREVENTION: Implement indoor measures and mosquito prevention/control. Various preventive products, including oral, topical, and injectable options, should be used annually in areas where heartworm is prevalent.

TREATMENT: The emphasis should be on prevention rather than treatment. Treating heartworm infection can be risky, expensive, and may require prolonged confinement.

To read more about bulldog and French bulldog Heartworm click HERE

PARASITE PREVENTIVE in Bulldogs and French Bulldog Puppies

  1. Fecal Test
  2. Environmental Control
  3. Oral Preventives
  4. Topical Preventives
  5. Injectable Preventives
  6. Bully Topical & Supplement Therapeutic

10. VACCINATION PREVENTION in Bulldog and Fr. Bulldog Puppies

Bulldog and French bulldog puppies usually require a few vaccine boosters (3-4) of the core vaccines.

BULLDOG PUPPY CORE VACCINES

  1. Parvovirus
  2. Distemper
  3. Adenovirus
  4. and Rabies

Non-core puppy vaccines are optional and per case and situation and include vaccines such as

  • Kennel Cough (Bordetella)
  • Parainfluenza
  • Leptospirosis

Most core vaccines are given for the first time at around 4-6 weeks and repeated every 3 weeks. Rabies is given only once at the age of 4 months.

Some breeders provide the customer’s vaccines to be given by them at home others object to them or some of them. I would avoid the form and ignore the other. The merits you bulldog puppy vaccines should be discussed and decided with the help of your vet not with a local store or breeder.

Puppy vaccines are usually boosted once again after 1 year and then every 3 years

11. MICROCHIP PREVENTION in Bulldog Puppies

I highly recommend microchipping your puppy, it’s painless, inexpensive, and holds multiple benefits. It’s proof of ownership and in a case of stolen or lost cases, it might save you agony, distress, time, and money.

To read more about bulldog microchips click HERE.

12. SPAY & NEUTER PREVENTION in Bulldog and Fr. Bulldog Puppies

Sterilization recommendations and preferences can be different for females than male bulldogs as well as the owner’s unique preferences

FEMALE BULLDOG PREVENTIVE SPAY

Bulldog pregnancies pose challenges, often necessitating a c-section under general anesthesia, carrying inherent risks. Additionally, there are potential risks associated with:

  • unwanted pregnancies
  • ovarian and uterine tumors
  • prolapse, cystic ovaries
  • breast tumors

all of which can be prevented by timely spaying. Intact females also face an elevated risk of developing an infected uterus as they age, a costly and life-threatening condition that could have been entirely avoided.

Recommended age for spaying a bulldog puppy is not earlier than 6 months of age and no later than 2-3 years of age.

To read more about bulldog preventive spay click HERE.

MALE BULLDOG PREVENTIVE NEUTER

By neutering a bulldog puppy, you can prevent unfortunate loss or hit by care when they chase a female in heat. You can also prevent

  • juvenile sexual behavior
  • testicular tumors
  • sexually transmissible diseases
  • prolapse urethra
  • prostate problems

Recommended timing can vary, I would not do it before they are 8 months of age.

To learn more about bulldog and French bulldog neutering click HERE

13. STEM CELL & CYROBANKING in Bulldog and Fr. Bulldog Puppies

Stem cell therapy is a cutting-edge new therapeutic modality that Dr. Kraemer is one of the early pioneers who adopted and offered same-day treatment with the option of cryobanking for future needs.

stem cell therapy in bulldogs

Stem cells are abundantly stored in adipose tissue (fat), in bulldog puppies they can be harvested during the elected procedure like spaying and neutering easily, safely, and at a minimal cost. They can be used for immediate treatment or banked for future needs. Those additional stored stem cells can be called upon and used at a low cost, safely, and usually awake without the need for anesthesia.

To learn more about bulldog stem cell therapy click HERE

14. BULLDOG PUPPY DIET & NUTRITION:

Ensuring your bully puppy’s development and overall well-being requires a balanced diet with proper nutrition. Opt for a diet specifically formulated for puppies, as their nutritional needs vary during the growth phase. There’s no need to invest in expensive, hyped diets—steer clear of gimmicks and marketing ploys.

Generally, I would suggest sticking to reputable brand names.

You can supplement the diet with therapeutic supplements

To learn more about bulldog puppy nutrition and diets click HERE

PREVENTION & WELLNESS in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs :

Most of the bulldog puppy preventive care and maintenance recommendations remain the same as your bulldog puppy matures into adulthood.

For most bulldogs, preventive care should be done daily.

Here is a short list of the most common bulldog must-do preventives:

Bulldog Puppy EAR CLEANING & CARE:

Common Bulldog and French Bulldog Puppy Ear Disease:

  1. Otitis Externa
  2. Aural Ear Hematoma
  3. Allergic Otitis
  4. End Stage Stenotic Ear Canal
  5. Infectious & Yeasty Otitis

Daily  ear and ear canal rinsing, flushing, cleaning, and wiping are recommended

Bulldog Puppy EAR & EAR CANAL PREVENTIVE:

We offer low-cost bully ear care bundles that will help keep your bully ears dry, clean, and free of infections.

Bulldog Puppy SKINFOLD CARE

Skinfold preventive should be implemented and maintained for all body parts that collect moisture  

Some of the common moist and damp areas are:

  • Nose Wrinkles
  • Facial Folds,
  • Tail Pocket
  • Digits, Toes & Interdigital Folds
  • Vaginal Folds & Vaginal Hoods

Bulldog Puppy SKINFOLD & WRINKLES PREVENTIVE:

Our Bully XL Antiseptic Skinfold Wipe is the most popular, and inexpensive skinfold moist dermatitis preventive. 

For low-cost skinfold antiseptic bundles click HERE

Bulldog Puppy JOINTS & BACK HEALTH

Here are some of the common bulldog and French bulldog puppy joint & back medical conditions:

  1. Elbow Dysplasia
  2. ACL Tears
  3. Hip Dysplasia
  4. Medial patella luxation (MPL)
  5. Bulldog Malformations: Spina Bifida, Hemivertebra
  6. IVDD Disc Disease

For the best outcome start early and do it often

Bulldog Puppy JOINT BACK & BONE PREVENTIVE: 

  • Weight Management
  • Daily Play & Activity
  • Bully Therapeutic Supplements
  • Balanced Diet

We offer low-cost bully joint and back care bundles HERE

Bulldog  and French Bulldog Puppy DENTAL HYGIENE

Bulldog and French bulldog puppy’s dental hygiene is critical for both their general health and longevity. 

Here are some of the common bulldog and French bulldog dental disease

  1. Periodontitis
  2. Subgingival Hair
  3. Plaque and Tartar
  4. Gingivitis

Bulldog Puppy DENTAL & ORAL PREVENTIVE

  • Avoid dental treats that can break the teeth
  • Brush gently
  • Use our bully dental wipes to remove  any hair that is stuck to the teeth & gums
  • Start our Bully Dental Hygiene Chews
  • Add our bully dental rinses to the water bowl to help reduce plaque and tartar

Bulldog Puppy SKINCARE, ITCH & ALLERGIES CONTROL

There is a wide range of bulldog skin conditions, including the common allergies, parasites, and keratinization conditions.

Here are some of the most common bulldog and French bulldog puppy skin conditions:

  1. Flea Allergy
  2. Atopic Allergy
  3. Food Allergy
  4. Skin Mites

Bulldog Puppy SKIN & COAT PREVENTIVE 

  • Flea preventives
  • Low Allergen & Hypoallergenic diets
  • Bully Topical Therapeutics (medicated shampoos, gels, and conditioners)
  • Bully Therapeutic Supplements

BULLDOG PUPPY STRESS & ANXIETY :

Bulldog puppies are prone to stress-induced diseases.

Anxiety and stress adversely affect the immune system which is already weak and immature in young puppies. 

Here is a short list of those conditions:

  • Separation anxiety
  • Inactivity & boredom
  • Parasitic infestations
  • Poor Diet & Nutrition
  • Boarding & Day Care

Bulldog Puppy STRESS & ANXIETY PREVENTIVE:

  1. Sufficient Exercise & Play
  2. Calming Environment & Toys
  3. Bully Therapeutic Supplements

The Dr. Kraemer V4B Line of Bully  Therapeutics includes supplements that can

  • help reduce anxiety
  • help calm and relax your bulldog puppy.

 

Bulldog Puppy Prevention and Wellness CHECKLIST

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BULLDOG PUPPY @HOME PREVENTIVE CARE:

V4B Bulldog Puppy wrinkles Antiseptic & Antifungal SKINFOLDS TOPICALS:

  • V4B Bully Skinfolds Antiseptic Wipes (small & XL)
  • V4B Bully Skinfolds Antiseptic Lotion
  • V4B Bully Skinfolds Antiseptic Spray
  • V4B Bully Skinfolds Antiseptic Rinse
  • V4B BullyTear StainLess XL Wipes

V4B Bulldog Puppy Supplements & Nutraceuticals SKINFOLD CARE:

  • V4B Bully Fish Oil EFA JOINT-IMMUNE-SKIN
  • V4B Bully  Comfort Plus Formula
  • V4B Bully StressLess & Calm Chews
  • V4B Bully Tear StainLess chews

V4B BULLDOG PUPPY SKINCARE PREVENTION & WELLNESS

  • V4B Bully Medicated Shampoos (Antiseptic, Yeasty, Oily bully)
  • V4B Bully Gels (Yeasty)
  • V4B Bully Conditioners (itchy, aloe oatmeal, hypoallergenic)
  • V4B Bully Antiseptic Wipes

V4B Bulldog Puppy Anti Itch & Scales SKIN CARE TOPICALS:

  • V4B BullyMedicated Shampoos (Itchy, Hypoallergenic, Aloe Oatmeal)
  • V4B Bully Conditioners Cream Rinse (Itchy, Hypoallergenic, Aloe Oatmeal)

V4B  Bulldog Puppy Supplements & Nutraceuticals bulldog SKIN CARE

  • V4B Bully Fish Oil EFA JOINT-IMMUNE-SKIN
  • V4B Bully Pre & Probiotics LOAD UP & KEEP UP
  • V4B Bully Pre Immune Support Plus
  • V4B Bully Tear StainLess chews

PUPPY PREVENTION BULLDOGS EARS

Puppy  Antiseptic, Antifungal, Drying, Wax Removal EARS TOPICALS

  • V4B Bully Aloe Drying Ear Rinse
  • V4B Bully Ear Cleansing Wipes
  • V4B Yeasty Bully Antiseptic Flush
  • V4B Bully Ear Cleansing Wipes

V4B Bulldog Puppy Supplements & Nutraceuticals EARS CARE

  • V4B Bully Fish Oil EFA JOINT-IMMUNE-SKIN
  • V4B Bully Pre Immune Support Plus
  • V4B Bully Pre & Probiotics LOAD UP & KEEP UP

BULLDOG PUPPY IMMUNE BOOST PREVENTIVE CARE

V4B Bulldog Puppy Supplements & Nutraceuticals IMMUNE BOOST: 

  • V4B Bully Pre Immune Anti-Oxidant Support Plus
  • V4B Bully Fish Oil EFA JOINT-IMMUNE-SKIN
  • V4B Bully Pre & Probiotics LOAD UP & KEEP UP
  • V4B Bully Pre StressLess & Calm chews

BULLDOG PUPPY JOINTS & BACK PREVENTION CARE & MAINTENANCE

V4B Bulldog Puppy Supplements & Nutraceuticals JOINTS & BACK CARE:

  • V4B Bully Comfort & AcheLess Plus Formula
  • V4B Bully Fish Oil EFA JOINT-IMMUNE-SKIN
  • V4B Bully Total Joint Advanced Formula

BULLDOG PUPPY DIGESTION & ELIMINATION PREVENTION CARE

V4B Bulldog Puppy Supplements & Nutraceuticals DIGESTION & ELIMINATION:

  • V4B Bully Pre & Probiotics LOAD UP & KEEP UP
  • V4B Bully  GentleMove & Anal Gland Care
  • V4B Bully Liver Cleanser & Detox

BULLDOG PUPPY DENTAL CARE PREVENTION & MAINTENANCE

V4B Bulldog Supplements & Nutraceuticals DENTAL CARE:

  • V4B Bully PlqueLess water additive

For your bulldog puppy’s ultimate results, you should combine therapeutic topicals with supplements.

Dr. Kraemer offers ECONOMIC BUNDLES at a reduced cost in all the preventive & treatment categories.

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