Frenchie's brachycephalic airway syndrome: narrow nasal openings, long soft palate, narrow trachea. Watch for breathing issues during exercise.
Airway problems in French Bulldogs. Avoid hot weather, monitor exercise. Breathing difficulties may be life-threatening.
French Bulldogs have sensitive skin, allergies cause itching, redness, infections. Manage with diet, meds, vet visits.
Allergies in dogs can't be cured, only managed. Regular vet check-ups are needed for severe cases.
Common French Bulldog health issue: ear infections (yeast/bacterial). Signs: head shaking, scratching, odor, inflammation. Vet check recommended.
Preventive tips: Use pH-balanced ear cleaner, regular cleanings, specific for canines, reduce ear problems. Visit vet if infection suspected.
Prevent back injuries in French Bulldogs by managing weight, avoiding high jumps, and providing exercise. Watch for gait changes or limping.
Back injuries in Frenchies can lead to paralysis. Discuss any concerns with your vet. Train them to use steps for high surfaces.
French Bulldogs often need C-sections due to their pelvic shape and head size. Plan ahead with your vet, as emergencies can be costly.
Breeding French Bulldogs may require C-sections. Work closely with your vet, as emergencies can be expensive. Prioritize the puppies' health.