Features October 2006 Issue

Maintaining Healthy Anal Glands and Sacs

Oh, the smell! Anyone who’s ever been in the same room when a frightened dog “blows” her anal glands or a veterinarian manually expresses them will never forget the malodorous experience. And anyone whose dog has suffered from impacted, infected, or abscessIt’s wise for dog owners to be aware of the problems that can arise with these glands, so they can seek appropriate remedies on their dog’s behalf.

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