Does your dog have problems with their anal glands?
Unfortunately lots of dogs have problems with their anal glands. Some anal gland impactions get so bad that they become abscessed and rupture, causing pain for the dog, and quite a nasty mess for their people (as well as the costs associated with having the infection and abscess treated). So if anal glands are such a pain in the butt — both literally and figuratively — why do dogs have them and what can you do to help your dog if they suffer from regular anal gland problems?
See some of my recommended products and solutions at the end of the article.
Ever run out of pet food and not know what to do?
While this seems like an obvious thing NOT to do, we've all had a close encounter of some kind, right?
I often see dogs and cats, who come in for a visit, for this very reason—because they're not feeling too well!
What do you think about your pet's weight? Be honest. Do you think that they're an appropriate weight? Do you think they're too thin? Too heavy?
Would it surprise you to learn that nearly 56% of the dogs, and nearly 60% of the cats in America are overweight or obese? This is according to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, and based upon the results of their 2017 National Pet Obesity Awareness Day Study. What is perhaps even sadder, and will make the problem that much more difficult to combat, is that many owners were mistaken about their own pet’s weight.
How much should my cat eat,
How much should my dog eat,
Ideal pet weight,