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We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More infoThe French bulldog was found on Caledonia Street in Paisley, Scotland, by a member of the public on February 14. The dog, thought to around 11 years old, had a severely ulcerated eye, could not use his back legs and refused to eat.
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He was put to sleep after vets advised it was the kindest thing to do.The Scottish SPCA is appealing for anyone with information about the French bulldog to contact them.Chief inspector Laura McIntyre said: “The dog was a male, fawn French bulldog.
"We estimate him to be around 11 years old and he was not neutered.The dog was put to sleep after vets advised it was the kindest thing to do (Image: SCOTTISH SPCA)“He was microchipped to an address in Falkirk but was reported missing from this address in June 2021.
“The dog was in generally poor condition, and was suffering from a severely ulcerated eye.
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"He could not use his back legs and would not eat.
“On veterinary advice it was decided that the kindest thing to do would be to put him to sleep and end his suffering.
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“We’re keen to find out how the dog came to be in the area in such poor condition and why he was left alone when he was clearly unwell and in pain.
“There is a vet on this street and we are unsure if someone has tried to leave him outside of the vets hoping he would be found.
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“If anyone has any information on this incident they can contact our confidential animal helpline on 03000 999 999."French bulldogs have become a fashionable breed in recent years but they are prone to a number of health problems.
They are flat-faced which can often cause issues with breathing.
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Stay consistent with training, play time and rest time for your pets so they don’t get too overwhelmed. Your calm and consistent demeanor will help your pet to understand that they can trust you. Once you earn their trust, understand the schedule, and feel secure in their safe place, both of your lives will be much easier.