Has anyone ever had an experience with their bullie having an intussusception?
If so, what treatment is being given? How old is your dog?
There is a lot of information if you google canine Intussusception...it would seem that immediate diagnosis and treatment is warranted should this be happening in your dog.
Amy and Sophia
My girl just got home after having a big surgery for this. She had a very atypical presentation but vet was suspicious and took her to surgery. Surgery lasted 4 hours and vet said it was one of the hardest cases he has had to do. She is recovering well and I am hoping the remainder of her recovery is uneventful. I was really reaching out to see if any long term bullie owners on the forum had experienced this with any of their dogs. I have spoken to multiple breeders and the majority have not with their bullies but have with other breeds.
I don't have experience with this at all, in any breed. I haven't heard of it in bullies, but it seems to be rare in the breed. Hope you get some information....
It is fortunate that this was diagnosed quickly. A 5 mo. old puppy I sold got this due to a piece of plastic he ate that ended up in the intestine. Unfortunately, he was not brought to vet, who referred him to surgeon, in time to save him. Good luck and all good wishes.