Surgical Specialist & Adjunct Professor, Dr Philip Moses from Veterinary Specialist Services in SE QLD, Australia discusses one of the most common problems these breeds face – their breathing. Pugs, English Bulldogs, Australian Bulldogs, French Bulldogs and Boston Terriers are just some of the breed
Publish Date: Dec 05, 2020
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Surgical Specialist & Adjunct Professor, Dr Philip Moses from Veterinary Specialist Services in SE QLD, Australia discusses one of the most common problems these breeds face – their breathing. Pugs, English Bulldogs, Australian Bulldogs, French Bulldogs and Boston Terriers are just some of the breeds of dogs classed as brachycephalic – that is they have pushed in nose. Dr Moses covers:
· Do all brachycephalics have breathing issues?
· What can be done to help those that do?
· What should future owners be asking breeders?
· How can breeders help to change this problem?
· And much more.
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