Canine anal cancer can attack your dog too, so please be careful with this .Ã‚Â Dog Anal Perianal GlandÃ‚Â , can observe to tiny holes that meet two small glands in the internal part of the anus, which produce a lumpy, gray, smelly liquid. The glands empty out naturally with the pressure of fecal material when the animal evacuates. If by any cause (diarrhea, constipation, infections) these get infected or constricted, it becomes a real problem party animal. The characteristic symptoms are generally in the animal drags himself on his back legs, giving off a strong and unpleasant smell. The pain can also be intense.
A timely treatment can free him from that painful and troublesome affliction. You can try to two empty the glands proceeding like this: with two
sheets of toilet paper press on both sides of the opening of the anus, with a fast firm move upwards. If it is a mild case, it will expel a lumpy liquid. But it is not always that easy because, besides not responding to this simple help procedure, they can be constricted; in that case, they must be attended by the vet. In many cases, they must be operated on. If animal is not tended, it can lead to a worse situation.
for treatment :
100 ml Blend. Dose 10 drops twice daily: $60
(At the recommended dose, this Blend will provide 14 weeks treatment for one dog)
Anal Gland Cancer is becoming increasingly common in our canine companions. This treatment is specifically formulated to assist the body in reversing the processes involved in this particular cancer. I always recommend that it is used in conjunction with the Maritime Pine Antioxidant.
You should also get into the practice of asking your Vet during routine examinations to express your dogs anal gland as a preventative measure.