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Why Does My Pet Scoot?

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From the article, “Why Does My Pet Scoot?

“Both dogs and cats have anal sacs that may become impacted or infected if not emptying properly. This causes itching, scooting, bad odor and sometimes pain, too. Severe cases may abscess and rupture. Learn the signs of anal sac problems and how to keep your pet comfortable and scoot-free.”

At Dogville we commit to caring for your dog in every way possible.  Among the services we offer, for $10 we can provide an anal gland expression service to relieve your dog of this irritation and pain. If this service is something you would like for us to do during your next visit, please let us know and we would be glad to help.

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