Bulldog Services

They are wonderful dogs, but be sure you’re willing to monitor their health closely and follow all medical recommendations and any medical treatment they may need.

During many years of providing care to English and French Bulldogs our hospital developed very effective protocols to help with surgical and therapeutic conditions.

We have succeeded in areas of:

Cherry Eye  

This is a condition in which the gland under the third eyelid protrudes and looks rather like a cherry in the corner of the eye. Our vet may need to surgically replace the gland

Dry Eye 

This condition is caused when natural tear production is inadequate. Signs include a dry appearance or blue haze to the eye. Our vet will perform a test to determine if your Bulldog has dry eye and prescribe medication you can administer to relieve the pain of this condition


This is a condition in which the eyelashes turn inward and rub against the eye, causing irritation. Most of the time it will be suggested to surgically correct the problem

Brachycephalic airway syndrome

Dr. Sergiy Dariy uses progressive techniques and technologies when performing surgeries on bulldogs at our Weldrick Animal Hospital in Richmond Hill.

To ensure that patients suffer less pain, bleeding and recovery time, we employ the Radio Surgery Device. This sophisticated surgical tool works even more quickly and effectively than other laser surgery technologies to seal blood vessels securely and permanently in a matter of seconds. The unit is equipped to respond to feedback, so it stops the flow of energy to the tissues the instant the application is completed.

Our surgical team has developed a high degree of skill with the Radio Surgery unit. By using this technology, we can resect narrow nostrils with minimal blood loss or injury to surrounding tissues.

Demodectic mange treatment. Also called Demodicosis

All dogs carry a little passenger called a Demodex mite. If your Bulldog has a weakened or compromised immune system, he can develop demodectic mange. Demodectic mange can be localized or generalized. In the localized form, patches of red, scaly skin with hair loss appear on the head, neck, and forelegs. It’s often clearing up on its own. You still have to take your dog to the vet because this can turn into the generalized form of demodectic mange. (Enlarged lymph nodes often are a sign that this will occur.)
Generalized demodectic mange covers the entire body and affects older puppies and young adult dogs. The dog develops patchy skin, bald spots, and skin infections all over its body. Dogs that develop localized or generalized demodicosis should not be bred because the condition is considered to have a genetic component.

We encourage pet owners with animals who suffer from above health problems to contact our Weldrick animal Hospital for a consultation. We will be happy to examine the animal’s eyes, airways, nasal passage, breathing efficiency and skin to determine what type of treatment can help.

If you have any specific question regarding vet care of your Bulldog, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 90 237 7387.

We will be more than happy to help you.