Bulldogs & French Bulldogs
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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:   Bleeding / Discharge

Hemangiosarcoma Tumors

What is that?

Bulldogs Hemangiosarcoma is a form of malignant cancer that arises from the blood vessels. The most common location of this tumor is the spleen (see photo), but the tumors can grow anywhere.

Symptoms

Those are usually bleeding tumors that can cause blood loss anemia, pale gums, labor breathing, lethargy, inactivity, and winded during activity.

Treatment

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Urinary Stones

Urinary Stones in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

What is that?

Bulldog and French Bulldog urinary stones (uroliths or calculi) could be found in the kidney, ureter, bladder, and/or urethra. They are different types of stones such as cystine, urate, calcium oxalate, and struvites.

Symptoms

Bulldog urinary stones can cause a partial or a full urinary blockage, and injuries to the urinary tract wall. It can manifest as bloody, smelly, cloudy, discolored urine. Incontinence, strain, frequent urination, or no urination. Distended abdomen and pain.

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Cystitis

Cystitis and UTI in Bulldogs

What is that?

Bulldogs and French Bulldogs Cystitis is an inflammatory condition most often caused by bacteria (UTI) or/and mineralized stones (Calculi). Our V4B URINARY LOW-COST BUNDLES can help prevent and manage those conditions.

Symptoms

Bulldog cystitis usually presents with discomfort, pain, squatting, straining, and frequent urination. Blood in the urine is common.

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Pyometra

Pyometra Uterus Infection in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

What is that?

Bulldog pyometra is a life-threatening puss-filled uterine bacteria infection. It's more common in older intact females than younger ones. Early preventive spaying will prevent it.

Symptoms

Females with pyometra often have a distended abdomen and puss-like reddish cloudy discolored smelly vaginal discharge. They often have a fever, drink, & pee excessively might stop eating and appear ill.

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Prolapse Urethra

Prolapse Bleeding Urethra in Bulldogs

What is that?

Prolapsed Urethra in bulldogs and French bulldogs males of the exposed mucosal layer of the tip of the penis inverting outward. It's more common in intact unneutered males.

Symptoms

The prolapsed exposed, rosy, red urethral, “bulge” is a delicate vascular tissue that can easily bleed, sometimes in a dramatic, unstoppable, scary fashion.

Treatment

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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.

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Nose Crusty Hyperkeratosis

What is that?

Bulldog Nasal & Nasoplanter (paw pads) hyperkeratosis is due to the abnormal production of keratin. Keratin is found in hair, nails, and the outer skin layer.

Symptoms

Mild hyperkeratosis symptom is a crusty nose and/or paw pads. Severe hyperkeratosis can be painful with visible bleeding fissured callus, and infection.

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