The Bulldog Medical Box, Pantry & Toy Center
- Antiviral Tablets (Spectate) – Use to treat diarrhea and come under a number of brand and generic names: Imodium, Spectate 1-D, Maalox Anti-Diarrhea, Pep to Diarrhea Control.
- Anti emetic (Pep to Bosom) - Use to control vomiting, upset stomachs and diarrhea.
- Cort aid or hydro cortisone cream –Use for controlling itching.
- Ascription (aspirin coated with Maalox) – (DO NOT give Tylenol or Advil!) – Use to relieve minor aches and pains due to injury or arthritis.
- Vitamin ‘E’ Oil Capsules – Use for dry noses and applied on built up wax in ears to loosen black wax.
- Desi tin Cream – Use for minor skin irritations, keeping skin folds dry, and minor sunburn.
- Styptic Powder (Anticoagulant) – Use to stop bleeding caused by cutting into the quick when trimming nails. In a pinch, you can use your own anti- perspiration spays or bar.
- TRipley Antibiotic Ointment (Comes under many brand and generic names) – Use for minor scraps and cuts. Not for use in the eyes or mouth.
- Hydrogen peroxide – Use to induce vomiting or as a general antiseptic cleanser.
- Rea Lemon plastic lemon – Use to clear phlegm from the Bulldog’s throat and ease breathing. Squirt liberally into the back of throat.
- Cough medicine (Trimming) - Use to control cough and as expectorant. Find this in your child care section of the drug store.
- Robitussin DEM, Benin Expectorant () or Silting DEM (Silages) - Look for products containing Givens (100mg) and . While these products are not approved for veterinary use by the FDA they are common practice in the veterinary community.
- Antiseptic Solution – Used for cleaning scrapes and minor wounds.
- Ophthalmic Ointment (non-steroid) – Used for eyes to clear up infections.
- Antihistamine (Tendril) - Use for allergic reactions and bee/wasp stings.
- Eye Drops (Natural tears) – Simple straight forward eye drops to moisten the eyes and rinse out dust. No red eye or other specialty additives.
- Eyewash – Used to flush out eyes.
- Chalcedony Solutions – Used for cleansing wounds.
- Epsom Salts – Use as in a warm water soak for inter digital cysts (blisters between the toes)
- Listerine (brand or generic) for chine acne and inter digital cysts.
- Baby wipes for cleaning folds and tails, wiping chins, cleaning ears and quick wipe downs when you don’t have time for a regular bath.
- Apple Cider vinegar topical for hot spots; ingested for digestion and insect repellent. Use to wipe off ‘hot spots’ when one is starting. A teaspoon a day in your bulldog’s water is recommended by many to aide with digestion. Wiped on your dog’s fur it will help keep insects away from the bulldog too.
NOTE: We are not veterinarians and do not have the right to prescribe medications or doses. Bulldogs come in many different sizes and there is no way to assure correct dosage.
*Canned Unsweetened Pumpkin- They love it and if they are stopped up or loose Pumpkin may work for simple diarrhea and constipation.
*Baby Meat Sticks- A great aid in helping them swallow pills.
*Chicken and Rice- After a cold or tummy issue. They love some boiled,skinless,chicken with brown or white rice. Keep it simple No salt or seasoning!
*FAT-BALLS- A simple recipe NOT something you would give your bully full time. This is if they lost weight or appetite at some point. Here is the "Old Bulldog Recipe":
1 LB. Ground Beef (drained of fat)
1 C. Peanut Butter
1 C. Cottage Cheese
1 Stick of Cream Cheese
Allow meat to cool. Add in all ingredient's. Using WAXED PAPER Roll into Logs and Refrigerate 1 hour. Slice into small slices about 1/2 inch in thickness. and keep in refrigerator up to 7 days or freeze. Give one slice morning, noon and night for up to 4 days!
*Fresh Carrots & Broccoli - they love to nibble on them from time to time. Don't over do the carrots because they are high in sugar.
Make it EASY!
No Raw Hide,Pigs Feet,Pigs Ears,Hooves,BONES of ANY KIND and No Toys with little parts they can ingest!