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:   Redness / Discoloration

Nose & Face Skinfold Dermatitis

Bulldog and French Bulldog Nasal Facial Moist Skinfold Dermatitis

What is that?

Moisture trapped in the nasal and facial folds provides an ideal breeding ground for yeast and bacteria

Symptoms

Red, productive, moist, smelly, discolored, and inflamed nasal and/or facial folds, itching, pawing, pain, and discomfort are not uncommon.

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Tear Stains

Tear Stains in bulldogs and French bulldogs

What is that?

Bulldog tearstains are due to a red blood cell (RBC) by-product called “porphyrin" which is excreted in tears and saliva and activated when exposed to light. Also, tear overproduction or drainage issues will cause excessive tearing.

Symptoms

Unsightly, wet, reddish, tear stains are discoloration of skin areas that are in direct contact with your bulldog tears and saliva. Common locations are the face and paws/legs.

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Paw Skinfold Pododermatitis

Bulldog and French Bulldog Toe & Paw Skinfold Pododermatitis

What is that?

Bulldog Paw Dermatitis is often due to allergies as well as the bulldog paw anatomy and its folded damped skinfold. It often includes a mix of bacteria and yeast infections.

Symptoms

Itchy, licking, chewing, red, discolored inflamed, painful swollen paw(s). Limping and favoring that paw and leg is not uncommon.

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Vaginal Skinfold Dermatitis

UTI due to Vaginal Fold Dermatitis in Bulldogs

What is that?

The moisture trapped in the vaginal folds and hood provides ideal conditions for yeast and bacteria infections that can travel up the urinary tract to the bladder.

Symptoms

Chronic recurrent UTI, red, inflamed, infected, moist smelly irritated, sticky vaginal folds and/or hood. Rubbing, scooting, biting the back end.

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Atopic Itch Allergy

Atopic Environmental Itch Allergic Dermatitis in Bulldogs

What is that?

Bulldogs and French Bulldogs atopic itch dermatitis is usually seasonal and is due to environmental allergens. It's the most common bulldog allergy. Bully Topical Therapeutics is CRITICAL.

Symptoms

The hallmark of atopic dermatitis is chewing, itching, and scratching leading to hair loss, redness, flakes, and secondary infection. It can also affect the ears leading to ear infections.

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Food Allergy

Bulldog Food Allergy

What is that?

Bulldog food allergy is usually year-round (versa seasonal). It is generally triggered by dietary proteins such as chicken, beef, etc, and can induce gastric or/and skin allergic reactions.

Symptoms

Symptoms can combine digestive problems such as flatulence, diarrhea, and vomiting with/or skin & ears problems that typically include redness, itching, scratching, and biting that require topical bully therapeutics.

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Yeast Dermatitis

What is that?

Yeast Dermatitis (Malassezia) is usually secondary to allergies or other primary skin diseases. For prevention & treatment combine Dr. Kraemer's V4B Bully therapeutic topicals and supplements.

Symptoms

Yesty bulldog skin dermatitis infections typically present with greasy, smelly discolored dark brown skin, hair loss, flakes, and itching.

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