Corneal Ulcer in the English Bulldog


Common Health Problem in English Bulldogs-Corneal Ulcer
Corneal ulcer is when they eyeball is being scarred and thickened, it may lead to a decrease in vision and, or vision loss. Some causes of corneal ulcers are entropion, ectropion, exposure to foreign material and/or trauma and eye infections, decreased tear production (“dry eye”). If you think your pet has an eye ulcer they need immediate vet attention.



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.