If you are looking for a veterinary practice that provides experienced bulldog care, look no further than Wylie Vets. Bulldog owners in London, Essex and further afield regularly bring their dog to Wylie Vets to receive the expert bulldog care we provide.
Sadly, due to their unique characteristics, including a flat nose and a shortened upper jaw, coupled with narrow nasal passages and nostrils, bulldogs can suffer from severe respiratory conditions, including noisy snoring and breathing. This condition is known as Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS).
Wylie Vets bulldog surgery
These respiratory conditions can be improved by surgery. If the surgery is performed when the bulldog is still young, significant improvements to the animal’s quality of life can be made. Undergoing such precautionary surgery can result in the dog being far less prone to experiencing a respiratory emergency.
Our veterinary practice’s experienced team of vets for dogs care for the health and treatment of bulldogs, regularly perform this technical bulldog surgery and are well-rehearsed in the unique anaesthetic requirements, monitoring and aftercare required for dogs that have undergone respiratory surgical procedures.
‘Cherry Eye’ is another condition that frequently affects bulldogs. Cherry Eye involves the prolapse of the tear gland that is located at the base of the dog’s third eyelid. The prolapsed tear gland can appear fleshy, pink and swollen.
Instead of merely removing the gland, which can cause another condition to develop, known as ‘dry eye’, our veterinary clinical services include correcting this condition by replacing the gland to its correct position.
It is also common for young bulldogs to develop an entropion, in which the eyelid turns inwards. This is a painful condition that causes the hair of the eyelid to rub against the eye. Again, this condition can be rectified with surgery.
Wylie Vets’ bulldog surgery can correct this common condition, as our team of vets have extensive experience in this field. As well as being experienced in bulldog surgery, our vet practice is equipped with specialised ophthalmological equipment that enables us to correct eyelid defects, alleviating the clinical condition and providing a cosmetically-satisfying result.
For a bulldog friendly vets that have experience in preventative veterinary care, successfully diagnosing issues, correcting health conditions related to bulldogs and assisting fast-track recovery and post-operative pet care, contact the Wylie vets.