Bulldogs and French Bulldogs Dry & Flaky Seborrhea is often secondary to bulldog infectious dermatitis such as bulldog yeasty and/or bacterial dermatitis. The hallmark of bulldog seborrhea is flaky, crusty dry, or greasy discolored, patchy, infected, and usually itchy skin. TOPICAL THERAPY & SUPPLEMENTS ARE CRITICAL FOR ALL BULLDOG SKIN CONDITIONS

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Infectious Dermatitis - Dry & Flaky Seborrhea

Bulldogs and French Bulldogs Dry & Flaky Seborrhea is often secondary to bulldog infectious dermatitis such as bulldog yeasty and/or bacterial dermatitis. The hallmark of bulldog seborrhea is flaky, crusty dry, or greasy discolored, patchy, infected, and usually itchy skin. TOPICAL THERAPY & SUPPLEMENTS ARE CRITICAL FOR ALL BULLDOG SKIN CONDITIONS