Dog Scooting & Recognizing Anal Gland Problems | Hill's Pet - Preventing infected anal glands dogs

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They're not the stuff of dinner party conversations, but knowing how to spot an anal gland impaction could save your dog a lot of misery. You caught your dog doing the booty scoot on your favorite rug and now you're wondering why they do it and how you can get it to stop.

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By Arashigrel - 08:13
Small, obese dogs are at the highest risk of anal sac disease. Also, if you dog has problems with his anal sacs, have your vet check.
By Arashir - 17:45
Your dog could be showing signs of anal gland issues, and you may not even know it. Find out how to prevent problems and what to do if he gets them.
By Maujind - 12:21
Unfortunately lots of dogs have problems with their anal glands. Some anal gland impactions get so bad that they become abscessed and.
By Shakakinos - 22:02
The anal sacs are two small pouches located on either side of the anus at If the cause of anal sac disease is change in stool consistency, prevention involves.

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