Bulldogs & French Bulldogs
Treat & Prevent

Bulldogs and French Bulldogs are prone to a wide range of painful and debilitating breed-related medical conditions. Most can be prevented and safely treated at your home, at a minimal cost.

Category:   Urinary / Reproduction

Mammary Gland Tumor

Mammary Gland Breast Tumors in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

What is that?

Bulldogs and French Bulldogs Mammary (Brest) Tumors are much more likely in intact females. 50% are maligned the other 50% are benign that carry a better prognosis.

Symptoms

Bulldog breast tumors are lumpy and hard masses embedded in the breast tissue. They can be pea-size lumps to large-size hard or cystic tumors.

Treatment

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Spay & Neuter

Spay OVH in bulldogs and French Bulldogs

What is that?

When reaching sexual maturity male and female bulldogs can usually mate and reproduce but due to the bulldog and Fr. Bulldog's large head C-section is usually required. Most owners prefer sterilization at a young age to avoid cystic ovaries (photo), breast cancer, pyometra, and unwanted pregnancies.

Symptoms

An intact female bulldog can come into estrus (heat) usually exhibiting engorged vulva and vaginal bleeding around 8-10m old. The male at that time become sexually active. The spay or neuter should be done by a veterinarian familiar with the breed and anesthetic safety protocols.

Treatment

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Kidney Disease

Kidney Disease in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

What is that?

Bulldog kidney disease (renal disease) might be acute or chronic. The cause can be congenital (inborn) or acquired due to stones, infection, hypertension, immune-mediated disease, etc.

Symptoms

Bulldog Kidney disease patients might drink, and pee excessively becomes ill, lose weight, stop eating, vomit, or/and cry in pain.

Treatment

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