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    Thanks for this. Great to have quick access to!

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    This info is awesome and what I needed! So glad I found it!

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    Excellent article. Has anyone heard of fish oil for allergey's?

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    Excellent article! Thank you for the information!

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    Default Re: Article: English Bulldog Allergies- Information, Treatment and Prevention

    My Bobby was one year old when in June he started having terrible eye allergy, scratching his eyes on the grass, with his paws etc. It looked like it was environmental. It looked like this: We took our baby to the vet, and he gave him a shot of PREDNISONE, and recommended we give him 25mg of Benadryl 9 times a day, so I did. After a week I found him STIFF and COLD.
    Rushed to the vet with a cold boy, and she said it was a STOMACH BLOAT, by the look of the stomach she said he had a STOMACH TWIST?. And this happens, unless it was a steroid. HMM??? Now, she got me thinking, was this that steroid shot a week before? I have no clue. I am devastated , so is my husband. From an eye allergy to this???? Please as a precaution make sure you guys you make a right choice with the medication because you never know, maybe he was too sensitive and his liver , stomach kidneys failed? We won't know.

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    @BULDOZER that is so tragic to hear! Very sorry for your loss. I am confused about the dosage of benedryl 9 times a day too.... bloat is a killer and can happen so fast. Here is a great read on bloat http://www.englishbulldognews.com/fo...hp?28436-BLOAT

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    @Bulldozer

    I'm so very sorry about the loss of your baby... I'm really confused as to why you were told to give Benadryl 9 times a day! That seems really excessive to me. Winston has had allergy issues & along w/a prednisone shot I was giving him 2 Benadryl every 8 hours. He weighs about 42 pounds...


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    Can yeast and bacteria from my bully spread to humans? And what about his toys and food /water bowl? I wash his toys and bowls at least 2 times a week.

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    This post was very helpful! it defiantly helped me identify what my dogs issues look like! for example: my dog had an interdigital cyst and i had NO idea! i thought he had a sticker that was caught between his toes and got infected!

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    thank you so much for this article!

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    This is an excellent post

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    Default Re: Article: English Bulldog Allergies- Information, Treatment and Prevention

    Thank you so much for taking the time and effort to post this wonderful article Lisa. I forgot about the benefits of benadryl for allergies, and I have decided to add 75 mg of Benadryl to Hooch's daily maintenance routine. I tell him everyday that he needs his own nurse (good thing I'm now retired) and I also make it a point to tell him he is the most handsome bulldog I have ever seen to maintain his self esteem . He had his first epsom salt foot soaks today to help with his inter digital cyst which popped today when he jumped up on my bed. He remained in bed until 3pm this afternoon (He really has a tough life) but was able to jump off of the bed and put weight on his front paw without any sign of pain. Thanks again for all of your wonderful advice and support. I'm so glad I found this site. Shamrock13 and Hooch

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