How to Fix Bulldog Skin Issues with Dr. Frank

Screen Shot 2016-08-23 at 4.47.19 PMIn this interview, Dr. Frank discusses Bulldogs, their skin, and how to care for them. He covers MRSA, MRSP, Flank alopecia, Interdigital furunculosis/cyst, Fold dermatitis (facial, tail and vulva), Atopy / allergies, Ear diseases – infection, stenotic ear canals, Malassezia and Demodex. There are a number of wonderful treatments, some are very new, so this is a must listen for owners who suffer with their dog’s skin issues.

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“A common theme in many of the Bulldog Interviews has been the importance of having a great vet who understands and loves the great Bulldogs as much as their owners do, and we definitely found that with Dr. Frank.”

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