Owning a French Bulldog does not mean you will experience any of the following health conditions, but these are the issues that French Bulldogs are prone to over other breeds.
Respiratory Problems – French Bulldogs are a flat-faced breed, and as a result, they are prone to breathing issues.
Ear Disorders – Those adorable and distinctive bat-shaped ears don’t come without their share of issues. This breed has particularly narrow ear canals that can be prone to ear infections. The body’s natural defence is to produce more ear wax than usual to try to prevent an ear infection, but this in itself can cause issues with the ear canals becoming blocked.
Skin Problems – Allergies are something you may encounter as a French Bulldog owner. You may also have to navigate a problem called lip-fold pyoderma which is a common skin infection that Frenchies often encounter.