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

    So helpfull. My Sadie has some kind of skin allergy sounds like all of them. I had it pretty much undercontroll till she got spay.the last 4hours she's cried from her skin hurting Iv just Ben waiting for time the vet opens. My son and I are store up since she's all we have.

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    Hi @James51 sorry to hear Sadie lou has skin allergies Hope your vet can help her so she'll feel better, keep us posted about her please and welcome to EBN to the both of you. Many of us here has bulldogs dealing with allergies so you are not alone
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    Awesome Iv never joined a web site before but this one called to me. Thanks for your concern. I will keep posted.

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

    Is it just the regular Benadryl that you buy in the pharmacist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harriett View Post
    Is it just the regular Benadryl that you buy in the pharmacist?
    Yes... Adult version only not Children's
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    Ah thank you once again I can always rely on you answering my many questions �

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

    We have experienced this recently with our two bulldogs. They developed a skin disorder/allergy in June/July of this year, and were scratching terribly, almost to the point of bleeding.

    After numerous vet visits, injections, medication etc, the vet recommended Hills Derm Defense.

    Our dogs have fully recovered from their skin problems. They scratch on the odd occasion, but i think it's just something that irritates them. No more pink spots, and they are both extremely happy.

    They still have patches of hair loss though. So, we are trying to sort that out.

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