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French Bulldogs are one of the top ten of the AKC’s most popular dogs, coming right in at the sixth spot. They’re in the top ten because of their charming, outgoing, downright contagious personalities. These little guys have cute, cuddly faces, and a personality that can warm the heart of anyone. They’re naturally docile, well-tempered, and fantastic with children. The French Bulldog is one of the most well-rounded and fantastic companions around.
So you’ve chosen your Frenchie because you want a cute, cuddly friend for the household, and now it’s time to educate yourself on how to properly care for your new dog. The first thing to know: you’re going to need a lot of time and you’ll have to be extremely hands-on with your new pup. This particular breed is a handful, but with that comes high rewards.
As with all dogs, the French Bulldog’s health problems and ailments can be plentiful. French Bulldog Snow Christmas 3D Ugly Sweater. They have a rather peculiar bone-structure, and the folds of their facial skin are often a perfect habitat for harvesting bacteria or parasites that can seriously affect their health.
Also, and this tends to happen with very every popular canine — because of the puppy mills working to produce large volumes of puppies, they often neglect their care and breed them poorly. Parents will then assume their puppy is healthy, purebred, and properly examined, only for them to develop health problems down the road.
This is one of the harder diseases to diagnose, as there are a variety of different allergies found in dogs that present an array of different symptoms. However, one of the most persistent ailments found in this breed is common allergies, which is often linked directly to their diet. Certain meats, dairy products, wheat-based items, and others can trigger an allergic reaction in dogs. It can also be related to environmental factors (dust, pollen, mold, fleas, etc.)
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When it comes to diagnosing your French Bulldog of allergen-related health issues, it’s quite tricky. The veterinarian will issue an intradermal skin test, decide whether or not the condition is diet-related, and then move forward from there. But oftentimes, it becomes a game of elimination.
Once your vet has indeed declared your canine has allergies, then you will have to begin removing certain foods from his diet, cleaning his living environment, and altogether monitoring all the different things your French Bulldog is exposed to.
Symptoms of allergies in French Bulldogs include:
- Excessive liquid in the eyes
- Constant licking, scratching, and sneezing
- Raw and blistered patches of the coat
- Constant itchy skin
- Difficulty keeping food down
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