Olde English Bulldogge Question

I have a 3 year old white olde english bulldogge. He is suffering from very bad allergies. We...

I have a 3 year old white olde english bulldogge. He is suffering from very bad allergies. We have tried many things and nothing seems to be helping. Are these dogs prone to allergies and does anyone have any suggestions for me and my poor dog Duke?

    In Olde English Bulldogge - Asked by Anonymous - 11/30/2010 7:27:49 PM
My olde english bulldogge has allergies to food!!! Give your dog high quality food, not cheap ones. Chicken based food or any with last ingredient being yeast!!!! Solid gold from petco is what I give my dog.
    Answered by Anonymous - 1/16/2011 11:52:47 PM

It isnt necessarily a breed thing, lots of different breeds suffer from allergies. I would suggest switching your olde english bulldogge's food to a natural raw diet, or a grain free dog food such as Taste of the wild. Keep in mind it will take one month of being on his new diet before you see the full results. Food allergies are very common in dogs.
    Answered by massie - 2/1/2011 12:23:53 AM

I was having the same problem, I now give a bath in Selson Blue Medicated shampoo. And I haven't been having any problems since. Traci
    Answered by Anonymous - 4/6/2011 12:09:03 AM

I would suggest sensitive skin science diet food, my dog does great on it. Also, if they have really runny eye, my vet said go ahead and give put clear eyes drops in their eyes that helps a lot. Also, if allergies are real bad you could try giving them 1 benedryl or a children benedryl everyday!
    Answered by Anonymous - 4/15/2011 7:11:45 PM

My Marley is a little over a year and has some allergy's too. I would try the selson shampoo, a better dog food and I do give him children Benedryl every once in a while when I notice the allergy's getting real bad.
    Answered by Anonymous - 4/25/2011 11:53:56 AM

I agree with trying a grain free diet. My olde english bulldogge girl is sensitive to corn and grains. I have her on a 80% meat 20%veg kibble, no grains and within a month she was a brand new dog. Definatly try the diet change before resorting to daily dosing of drugs.
    Answered by Anonymous - 7/20/2011 12:13:38 AM