Their flat-faced structure can lead to respiratory issues, causing breathing difficulties and, in severe cases, respiratory distress.
Frenchies are sensitive to heat, making them prone to heatstroke, which can be fatal if not addressed promptly.
Weight management is crucial, as obesity can strain their joints and lead to various health complications, including heart problems.
Congenital heart defects or other cardiac conditions can impact their health and lifespan.
Skin allergies and dermatological issues can arise, leading to infections or chronic skin problems.
Abnormal spinal vertebrae can cause neurological issues and affect mobility.
Bloat or twisted stomach is a serious condition requiring immediate veterinary attention.
Bacterial, viral, or fungal infections can be life-threatening if left untreated.
French Bulldogs can be susceptible to certain types of cancer, affecting various organs and body systems.
Their long spine puts them at risk of IVDD, a condition where spinal discs degenerate, potentially causing paralysis.