French Bulldog and demodex mange is rare and not typically common. French Bulldogs have a very strong immune system and typically considered a semi-hardy breed that rarely acquire demodex.
Demodectic Mange is caused by microscopic mites that live in the hair follicles of the dog’s fur. Demodex is not contagious to other animals or humans. These mites cause no harm to the dog unless there are other underlying immune system factors, and in fact, all dogs have a few of these mites on their skin. Outbreaks are slightly more common in highly stressed dogs but can be caused by other things as well like the stress of transition to a new family or lack of proper food and nutrition.
There is no one-hit-wonder cure to kill the mites and get rid of the problem. We believe in holistic remedies before giving stronger medicines and pesticides.