3 must-reads on French bulldogs


Spotlighting the top dog breed of 2023

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French bulldogs were just named the top dog breed of 2023 by the American Kennel Club. This is the breed's second year in a row at the top spot and their popularity is only growing. In honor of their popularity, we have put together 3 pieces of content related to French bulldogs including how spinal disease is different in this breed and aerodigestive disorders.

  1. During a session at the 2024 Veterinary Meeting and Expo in Orlando, Florida, Aida I. Vientós-Plotts, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM), of the University of Missouri, College of Veterinary Medicine in Columbia discussed respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases in French bulldogs and what general practitioners need to know about their diagnosis and management.
  2. While at the Fetch conference in Long Beach, California, Fred Wininger, VMD, MS, DACVIM (Neurology), sat down with dvm360 in an interview and explained how spinal disease can be a bit different in French bulldogs, specifically.
  3. Tyson, a 3-month-old French bulldog, regrew his jaw after much of his lower left mandible was removed because of a tumor. This phenomenon is the first reported case of its kind for dogs of any age or breed.
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