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

Toes & Paw Skinfold Pododermatitis

Bulldog and French Bulldog Toe & Paw Skinfold Pododermatitis

What is that?

Paw Dermatitis is usually due to allergies. It often includes a secondary mix of bacteria and yeast infection.

Symptoms

Itchy, licking, chewing, red, inflamed, painful discolored, swollen paw(s) painful stained skin.

Treatment

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Scale & Flake Seborrhea

bulldog flaky skin disease

What is that?

Seborrhea can be greasy (olsa) or dry (sicca). Scaly & Flaky Seborrhea is usually secondary to allergic itch dermatitis, skin mites, and/or keratinization skin disease.

Symptoms

The hallmark of bulldog seborrhea is flaky, crusty dry or greasy, discolored, patchy, and itchy skin.

Treatment

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Seasonal Flank Alopecia

What is that?

Bulldog Flank Alopecia is usually seasonal, the baldness is likely related to melatonin deficiency and lack of sunlight.

Symptoms

Bilateral, hyperpigmented skin darkening, non-itchy, patchy hair loss, and baldness of the flanks mostly the abdominal sides and top.

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Pemphigus Autoimmune Disease

Bulldog and French Bulldog Pemphigus Autoimmune Disease

What is that?

Pemphigus in bulldogs is an autoimmune disease that affects the skin epidermis. The treatment can be difficult and lengthy, the outcome might not be favorable.

Symptoms

Crusty, pus-filled lesions, that are often localized to the face and head, ears, and nose, in some cases they also involve the paws, or/and become generalized affecting the entire body.

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Bully Ear Disease Otitis

What is that?

Ear disease in bulldogs is very common due to their abnormally narrow ear canal, poor upward cell migration, and the breed's propensity to allergies.

Symptoms

Wide range of symptoms including itching & rubbing of the ear, inflammation, redness, discharge, odor, infection, hyperplasia of the ear canal, pain, and discomfort.

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Bacterial Ear Infection

bulldog infectious bacterial otitis

What is that?

Bacterial ear infections can be due to a wide range of organisms that mostly inhibit the external ear canal and are treated with bully topical therapeutics. If they reach the medial and inner ear systemic antibiotics will be required.

Symptoms

Ear infection usually inflicts pain and discomfort, itch, rubbing, purulent discharge, and bad ear odor.

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Yeasty Ears

What is that?

Yeasty bully ears are due to yeast organisms. The fungi are part of your bulldog's skin and ear microflora. If the ear's skin barrier is injured, it will overgrow, and yeasty ear disease will ensue.

Symptoms

Yeasty bully ears are often itchy, thickened, crusty, swollen, discolored, and painful, with a smelly discharge. Dr. Kraemer's V4B bully rinses and wipes in low-cost bundles can help prevent and manage this condition.

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