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  1. OdisBlu

    HELP - My bulldog suffered FCE/spinal stroke

    Hello! It’s been tough these past few weeks but we’re SLOWLY making progress! He is now able to stand with assistance. He is using the bathroom on his own now without any pain - no more UTI and diarrhea. His right side is great - 90% back to normal. His left side is coming along. We have so much...
  2. OdisBlu

    HELP - My bulldog suffered FCE/spinal stroke

    Thank you so much! Everyone’s well wishes and prayers mean the world!
  3. OdisBlu

    HELP - My bulldog suffered FCE/spinal stroke

    Thank you so much. Apparently It’s not common for English bulldogs. More common in super active dogs but he does fit the criteria on paper - 3-6 years old, medium to large dogs etc. This fluke has caused him so much agony poor baby 🥺
  4. OdisBlu

    HELP - My bulldog suffered FCE/spinal stroke

    Thank you for your prayers. We definitely need all the prayers and wishes for Odis to get better soon! It’s definitely tough and even our vets/doctors called It a fluke because they haven’t seen this type of injury on an English bulldog. They see this in very active dogs and all Odis did was...
  5. OdisBlu

    HELP - My bulldog suffered FCE/spinal stroke

    Got It - thank you so much!
  6. OdisBlu

    HELP - My bulldog suffered FCE/spinal stroke

    Thank you! That’s very helpful. Do you recommend a specific brand or anything? He’s currently taking a bunch of medication which we eventually would like to eliminate.
  7. OdisBlu

    HELP - My bulldog suffered FCE/spinal stroke

    Thank you for your well wishes. We should have some updates soon with some good news on his recovery process. We did get confirmation that he stood (with little assistance) on his own for about two minutes. We will definitely keep everyone posted!
  8. OdisBlu

    HELP - My bulldog suffered FCE/spinal stroke

    Odis Blu, our full of life 4-year old English Bulldog suffered a stroke to the spine on August 30, 2021. It has left him with all four limbs temporarily paralyzed - left side more severe than the right. The medical term for the spinal stroke is Fibrocartilagenous Embolism (FCE). The neurologist...
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