Treat & Maintain

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:   Halitosis / Drool

Dental Disease

Dental Disease in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

What is that?

Over 80% of bulldogs have a dental disease at various stages making it their #1 medical condition. Bulldog dental disease often includes a plaque, tartar, gingivitis, cavities, decay, general periodontitis, and bacterial infection that can lead to systemic disease.


Dental disease is usually associated with pain, difficulty eating and chewing, decrease appetite, red gums, funky breath, bleeding raw gums, and teeth loss. For prevention start brushing and implement our bully dental low-cost bundles


Gingivitis Dental Disease in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

What is that?

Gingivitis is gum disease or inflammation of the gingiva. left untreated it can turn into advanced periodontal disease.


Gingivitis presents as red, inflamed, raw, painful, at times bleeding, gingiva/gums.

Plaque & Tartar

Plaque and Tartar in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

What is that?

Bulldog plaque and tartar starts as a white-like substance that forms on the teeth after a meal, it then can turn into calculus which provides a surface for bacteria to grow ending with infection and periodontitis.


Plaque & Tartar present as a discolored, mineralized, thick bumpy deposit on your bully teeth and bacteria formation. Bacteria endotoxin can lead to systemic disease. For prevention use our therapeutic bully dental bundles.


Periodontitis Dental Disease in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

What is that?

Periodontitis is a severe bacterial infection and inflammation of the gingiva, the teeth ligaments and bone that surround and support your bulldog teeth.


Periodontitis presents as raw sometimes bleeding gums and heavily mineralized teeth deposits, anaerobe bacteria infection, draining tracts, oronasal fistulas, cavities, loss of teeth, and bad breath.

Subgingival Hair

Subgingival Hair in Bulldogs and French Bulldogs

What is that?

Coarse hairs are stuck between your bulldog's front teeth usually after licking off the legs and fur due to allergies, and anxiety. They can even get stuck in the palate, and migrate to the nose.


Bad breath, bleeding gums, loose teeth, draining tract all the way to the nasal cavity, pain, and hair sticking out from the abscessed teeth and gums.

Oral Tumors

What is that?

Bulldog oral tumors can be benign, locally aggressive, or malignant (cancerous). Benign examples are epulis, cancerous are often squamous carcinomas that carry a poor prognosis.


Benign tumors are usually pink nonulcerative and smaller with minimal bleeding and necrosis. Aggressive cancerous ones are often hard, growing, necrotizing, bleeding, infected, with a rancid smell.