Seizures are one of the most common ailments that affect Frenchies. While most of them are mild, some may be recurrent and severe. The recurrent ones may be because your dog suffers from epilepsy. How can you identify the symptoms? What are the known causes of epilepsy in French bulldogs? Can they be treated? This article covers all you need to know.
Generally, it is possible that most French bulldogs can do well under anesthesia, but they have also had a long and traumatic track record of doing horribly. Some have even died while under or after the procedure was over. If your French bulldog may have to be administered anesthesia, or you'd like to be armed with all the necessary information, this is the place to be.
Ear infections can cause a dog to vigorously scratch or shake their heads, causing the ear flaps to slap against the skull, leading to hematoma. As with any infection, prompt diagnosis is crucial to getting the immediate care needed for your Frenchie. That is why it is essential to know what this infection is and how to treat it.
There is often the misconception that every white dog is an albino dog; this is not true. If you are interested in purchasing an albino French Bulldog or somebody is trying to pass on a white dog as an albino dog to you, here are some characteristics to look out for.