Conjunctivitis in the English Bulldog


Common Eye Problem in English Bulldogs-Conjunctivitis

Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the conjunctiva. In a English bulldog Conjunctivitis is normally caused by an eye irritation, infection, ectropion or allergy to something.
Some symptoms are red eyes, eye goop, scratching of eyes and tearing. We recommend flushing the eye with a sterile wash and then using an eye antibiotic such as terramycin or triple antibiotic eye ointment. Always consult your veterinarian before treating your pet and using an antibiotics.


Products that can help with Conjunctivitis

PetAlive Eye-Heal is a 100% natural, safe and effective blend of pure ingredients in an herbal tincture and will effectively treat and prevent eye infections in dogs and cats as well as improve general eye and visual health. Use PetAlive Eye-Heal to treat and prevent eye infections in pets, to relieve pain and soothe eye dryness and discomfort, to promote healthy vision, to reduce inflammation and soothe the eyes and as a general tonic for the eyes.
  • Puralube Vet Ointment - 1/8 oz tube - Sterile Ocular Lubricant Puralube Vet Ointment is a sterile ocular lubricant for use as a protectant against further irritation or to relieve dryness of the eye.
    Vet Link on Conjunctivitis

    Note: Trimbull Bulldogs has produced this document for education purposes only. Our definitions of the common problems in English bulldogs are our opinions only.These opinions have been formed by years experience in the bulldog breed having read numerous articles over the years. ALWAYS consult your veterinarian with any problem that may occur.