LaBlancNoir - Litter of French Bulldog Puppies
All puppies have now been sold
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PICK OF LITTER GIRL AVAILABLE. .....This amazing litter is long awaited for. .Both parents are. HEALTH tested For Hc and Patella ... .Amazing bloodlines and amazing dogs. Both Lemon and Slim live here with us in our home..
Pups will be brought up in a lovily family environment. .will be socalised..and vet checked at 24 hours/5 weeks and before they leave for new homes. .They will come with puppy pack,food and information..I DO NOT SELL TO BREEDERS!
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HC....=Early onset hereditary cataract (EHC), sometimes also referred to as juvenile hereditary cataract, is a condition that is known to affect the French Bulldog. In the UK the condition is listed on schedule B of the BVA/KC/ISDS Eye Scheme, meaning it is considered to be an inherited problem in the French Bulldog and is officially ‘under investigation’. Although there are no published scientific reports describing the clinical characteristics of EHC in this breed, anecdotal evidence indicates the cataracts usually develop within the first year of life, are bilateral, symmetrical and progressive.
The mutation responsible for HC in several breeds has recently been identified at the Animal Health Trust. Using the information from this research, we have developed a DNA test for HC in Staffordshire bull terriers and Boston terriers and are now also able to extend the test to the French Bulldog. This test not only diagnoses dogs affected with the disease but can also detect those dogs which are carriers, displaying no symptoms of the disease but able to produce affected pups.
Patellar luxation is the dislocation (slipping) of the patella (kneecap). In dogs, the patella is a small bone that shields the front of the stifle joint. This bone is held in place by ligaments. As the knee joint is moved, the patella slides in a groove in the femur. The kneecap may dislocate toward the inside (medial) or outside (lateral) of the leg. This condition may be the result of injury or congenital deformities .
Patellar luxation can affect either or both legs.
The most common occurrence of patellar luxation in French Bulldogs is the medial presentation. Shallow femoral groove, weak ligaments and malalignment of the tendons and muscles that straighten the joint are all conditions that will predispose a dog toward luxating patellas.
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