Products We Like
Below is a list of products for French bulldogs that we use (or have used in the past) that may help aide your pup in the ongoing battle against allergies! Remember, treatment can take time, so be patient.
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If you have an itchy dog that rubs their face or tail so much that it bleeds in to the carpet, then you need this. Seriously, you should buy it right now. You can thank us later. It’s a carpet saver! We have one and, unfortunately, we have to use it quite a bit. Don’t forget the pet odor remover.
Any flavor of the brands listed here are going to be a good choice for your French bulldog. These are going to be all natural products that use high quality ingredients. Your dog will love them!
If you looking to try something a little bit different, give these a shot. They are all natural, grain-free treats that even you can eat! Yep, these are human grade treats that you can snack on right along with your Frenchie! There are three flavors to choose from – blueberry, peanut butter, and apple carrot.
This is a MUST have for any itchy Frenchie. We don’t like to put the cone on Norman, but sometimes it’s needed. And these are so much better than the stiff, plastic cones. We use a medium size and it fits him pretty well with a little extra room to spare.
We have also used this version of collar. Both are better than the plastic ones in our opinion. Plus they are washable. It’s another option if you don’t want to restrict your dog’s vision.
Clean Skin & Coat
It’s important to keep our Frenchies clean to help combat skin irritants, but we want to moisturize their dry skin as well. Try a shampoo like this all natural one that should help with itching and comes in many different scents. Pair it with the conditioner as well for a super soft and great smelling coat!
It’s a good idea to wipe your puppy’s paws when they have been outside in the grass to get rid of any potential itch causing allergens. You should also wipe their bellies and face as often as you can.
There are a lot of hot spot sprays out there. Some seem to work, while others are less effective. This one has hydrocortisone in it and should help your Frenchie find some relief from those skin irritations.
This is similar to the spray, just an ointment that may stay on your dog’s skin a little better.
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