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Anal gland problem in puppy? 18 Aug 2015 09:06 #9946

  • lifeflower
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Is it possible for a 10 week old puppy to be suffering an anal gland problem?
I've been researching today but can't find anything.....

He is sitting down then rubbing his bum on the floor.

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Last Edit: 08 Aug 2016 13:52 by lifeflower.

Re: Anal gland problem in puppy? 18 Aug 2015 14:30 #9949

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More than likely worms.

Re: Anal gland problem in puppy? 18 Aug 2015 16:34 #9955

I was going to say that too kesandsuki, it sounds like worms, have you wormed him yet? check his pooh to see if you can see worms in it (I know it sounds like a yukky thing to do, but it has to be done ) Has your pup has a vet check yet, if he has worms it'll be found by the vet and you'll need to get proper worming tablets from the vet, don't just buy from over the counter.

I very much doubt if it's an anual gland problem, as far as I'm aware at 10 weeks he hasn't really been around long enough to get his anul gland blocked up.

Can I ask where you got your puppy? a proper breeder would have wormed him before he went to you
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Last Edit: 18 Aug 2015 16:37 by bensonsmum. Reason: spelling

Re: Anal gland problem in puppy? 25 Aug 2015 20:23 #9963

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I would definitely agree with the others and say worms. They do need worming every four weeks when they are tiny as everything they find goes into their mouths along with all the bugs on it
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