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    not quite sure were to post this?

    Took my EB we just rescued for a Checkup,She was used for breeding and the Vet tried to talk me into spaying her.

    She will be 7 in September as had 3 litters.

    My question is what is the oldest EB on here and is she spayed?
    or intact?

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    Berry is eleven.
    She hasnt been spayed. tried 3 times to breed with her all unsuccessful

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    Default Re: OLDEST EB

    I've known some that were around 8&9 years old and were spayed. She will be healthier if she's spayed


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beautiful Berry View Post
    Berry is eleven.
    She hasnt been spayed. tried 3 times to breed with her all unsuccessful
    wow th atis a good age for an EB/how is she doing.

    MY vet is pushing me to Spay because of Pyometra.

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    She is going great. Just a bit slower these days. Still has her crazy bully moments. She has a few lumps on her tummy which would be more of a worry having surgery than leaving them there. Iv always had a vet who has been a bulldog owner so im very lucky. She is aware to every trick there is to apply creams to any part of her. She can sense a toe nail cutting from a day before. As for getting any form of tablet to her if you have any idea please let me know she has caught on to ant trick i have. lol. She is still a puppy in her eyes. I just have to wait for her some times lol

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    Thats wonderful.

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    Default Re: OLDEST EB

    My Willa was 3 weeks short of 12 years.. She was spayed. I once heard of someone who had a 13 year old english bulldog, but i never met it, so can't verify that.

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    My second bully was 11 when she died--she was spayed.

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    I have a 3 year old EB that isn't spayed. She's going to the vet tomorrow as I suspect that she has Pyometra. I'm terrified! If you're not planning to breed your EB, then spay her and save yourself this worry...

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    I breed my oldest bulldog 1 time when she was two... she will be 8 in January.. i called my vet to have her spayed but my vet called me a few days later to ask why i choose to do it now.. i said i recently took in a rescue that was a male and haven't had him fixed yet (planning too) but thought i would go ahead and do her also.. My vet told me she didn't have a problem doing it but just wanted to let me know that at her age that there was more of a risk putting her under and doing it.. after more conversation about it i decided not to but there are also higher chances of uterus infections to keep watch with as they get older when they have not been spayed.. It is another reason i love my vet.. she didn't have to call me about it.. my old vet would have just done it and took my money with not questions asked... she a great vet.. how she lives forever.. lol..

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    Fannie Mae had emergency surgery this morning. I was right about the Pyrometra. Thankfully, we caught it early enough that the infection hadn't spread to her other organs. She's home now, but she's having a tough time. She'll get better, it's just breaking my heart to see her so uncomfortable. She won't lay down though. Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FANNYSMAMA View Post
    Fannie Mae had emergency surgery this morning. I was right about the Pyrometra. Thankfully, we caught it early enough that the infection hadn't spread to her other organs. She's home now, but she's having a tough time. She'll get better, it's just breaking my heart to see her so uncomfortable. She won't lay down though. Any suggestions?
    @bullmama. @Davidh. May have some ideas
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