I fit the healthy EB description. But I also think many of us (myself included) revert to the forum for little things for some good advice. Lockjaw got a small hotspot a few weeks back, and I got some great advice and got it cleared up very quickly without a vet visit.
Lockjaw and Penny are our first family dogs and first EB's, so I'll be the first to post a question or concern.
I think many of those articles are put out as awareness to people who haven't done their "research" to EB's and in turn that's why many end up in shelters and rescues. Many people don't know what it entails to own one. Getting and keeping a healthy one isn't hard to find. But someone who isn't educated can turn a very healthy EB into a horror story very quickly.
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