This disease is also called eyelid entropion and is a condition where one or both eyelids of your Newfypoos recede and enter into its eye sockets. When it has entropion, the eyelashes rubbing on your dog’s eyeballs will irritate, causing great discomfort for your dog.
Bloat is also known as gastric dilatation-volvulus (GDV). This condition happens when your Newfypoo’s stomach inflates to an abnormal size because it is filled with gas, solid, or liquid food. This disease can lead to your pooch’s death if you don’t treat it in time.
Cataract is a prevalent disease in dogs, and just like entropion, it affects your Newfypoo’s eye. It occurs when the lens of your pooch gets clouded. Cataracts can lead to complete blindness of your pooch.
The good thing is that these diseases can be quickly diagnosed and treated by a Vet. Therefore, it is imperative to take your Newfypoo to the vet hospital for check-ups regularly.
Spaying Or Neutering
Your vet can spay your female Newfypoo anytime after it has passed eight weeks of age. But to avoid certain illnesses that can happen in the long run, it is best to do the spaying after your female Newfypoo has reached six months of age, another 18 weeks later.
You can also ask your vet to neuter your male Newfypoo when it has passed six months of age.