Who is this Program for?

This comprehensive consultation is important for anyone who own Pugs - Bulldogs - Frenchies - Boston Terriers - Boxers and other "flat faced" breeds of dogs.

It helps you make sense of what BOAS is, how it impacts the health and longevity of these breed of dogs and the correct steps you need to take to diagnose and manage this condition.

Why is it better than a face to face consultation?

Because BOAS is a big topic and there's a lot of information to take in.

As a result, it's almost impossible to remember all the details by the time you get home.

We know this because we consult on this topic almost every day and get regular enquiries about BOAS surgery.

While this is NOT intended to replace a face to face consultation with a vet, we know that this information will help you have a more focused and meaningful conversation when you do speak with your vet about BOAS.

Can't I find this all on Google for FREE?

Probably. But not all information you find on Google is factual . There's a lot of different opinions and myths about BOAS out there.

Plus - not all approaches to either the diagnosis or surgery are the same nor do they all reflect current best practices in the treatment of this condition.

With this type of surgery, there are many shortcuts that can be taken that don't provide optimum results for your dog.

Our goal is to help you make the best possible choices for your special canine companion

What does it cost?

A: The cost is $47 AUD - less than our standard in clinic consultation. It covers everything and more we would normally get through in this time.

Can I get a refund if I don't like it?

A: Because this is a digital product we do not offer refunds. Please choose wisely and only purchase if you genuinely want to learn more about this condition.

  • 2 Videos

  • 0 Quizzes

  • 1 Worksheet

  • 0 Files

  • Meet your Instructor Dr Jess

  • What is a Brachycephalic Breed and why are they different?

  • Health Issues of Brachycephalic Breed Dogs

  • Vomiting and Regurgitation

  • Heart Disease

  • Skull Comparisons

  • How is BOAS Diagnosed?

  • Exercise Tolerance Test

  • CT Scan and why X-Rays are not enough

  • Endoscopic Visualisation of the Throat and airways

  • What does the complete surgery involve

  • Widening the nostrils (Nares)

  • The soft palate and why shortening the soft palate is not always enough

  • The tonsils

  • Nasal Turbinates (Rats and Cats)

  • Laser surgery advantages

  • The importance of early preventative treatment for BOAS.

  • Laryngeal Saccules

  • Anaesthesia for Brachy Breeds

  • The Critical Recovery period

  • Our pricing structure

  • Shopping around for BOAS services? Your BOAS Surgery Checklist

  • Further Resources

  • Claim your free exercise tolerance test

  • Feedback and contact