Blog posts in July 2017

Brachycephalic airway syndrome

By VanEastVet, on Tuesday, July 4th, 2017

Meet Tina, a cute fifteen-week-old French Bulldog puppy! Tina came in to be desexed although difficulty breathing or dyspnoea as known in the medical world – a common problem seen in brachycephalic breeds, was also noted. The Latin term Brachycephalicus refers to the skull having a shorter snout and as such very compressed airway structures, […]

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