Finding a Bulldog Veterinarian

Your Vet must be experienced in handling Bulldogs - the more, the better.  There are usually several experienced Vets in any area and the local Bulldog club or local Bulldoggers can help you in finding a Vet in your area.  It's worth traveling farther to see a Vet that sees many Bulldogs - they can diagnose and treat them better than a Vet who is less familiar with the breed.

This is important for everyday care and may mean the successful treatment outcome in some cases.

The  list of Veterinarians and resources to find a good Bulldog Vet is provided as just one resource to help you in your efforts to provide the best care possible for your Bulldog.  These veterinarians are recommended by members of the BCA to be provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by the Bulldog Club of America.

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Using Bulldog Experienced Veterinarians Can Make a Difference!

  • Having a resource to find a veterinarian experienced with Bulldogs will assist you in providing the best possible care for your dog.  The Bulldog Club of America does not endorse or recommend any specific veterinarians.  However, to help you in your search for a veterinarian, we have provided solely for informational purposes a list of veterinarians used by our members.

  • You should obtain recommendations from clients for any veterinarian you are considering.  Discuss with the veterinarian their approach to veterinary medicine and the veterinarian-client-patient relationship to determine if their practice is a good fit for you and your Bulldog.

  • Bulldogs have more difficulty with anesthesia than other breeds because of their unique breathing configuration..  A more experienced Vet will know when not to use anesthesia and how much to use when it's needed.

  • In the event there is not a local veterinarian in the above list contact a local Bulldog Club or approved breeders on the BCA Breeder Referral list.  They will know which veterinarians have experience with the breed and be able to direct you a veterinarian to care for your dog's health needs.

  • Finding Local Clubs in your area will help you find a Veterinarian that has Bulldog experience.

  • Look for Approved Breeders close to you to ask for advice on Veterinarians close to you that have Bulldog experience.

  • When you are traveling you can consult an on-line Veterinary Database.