Tag: Bulldog Eyes

Dry Eyes in Bulldogs: Causes and Treatment

Immune problems, medications, surgery to treat a cherry eye, and congenital defect are among the most important causes of dry eyes in Bulldogs. This condition is also known as Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca (KCS) typically happens to middle-aged Bulldogs with decreased tear production. A Bulldog’s tear glands have three parts …

Do Dogs See Colors?

Do dogs see colors or do they see the world in black and white? Contrary to popular belief, dogs see in colors, but their vision is not as colorful as how we humans see the world. Dogs See Colors But The Colors Are Limited In humans, there is …

Cherry Eye in Bulldogs

Have you seen cherry eye in Bulldogs? Cherry eye is one of the most common eye problems in Bulldogs. Dogs have something we call the third eyelid. Its function is to protect the eye and help distribute tears all over it. Cherry Eye occurs when there is a …

Cleaning and Clearing Tear Stains in Bulldogs

Like in most short-faced dog breeds, tear stains in Bulldogs are pretty common. Most of the time, you can wipe the tears and gunk away but sometimes the tears can leave stains that won’t go away – and this can be a problem since those stains can cause …