Anal Sac Disease in Dogs (cont.)
Put your dog on a healthy diet and make sure he gets plenty of exercise. Small, obese dogs are at the highest risk of anal sac disease. Also, if you dog has problems with his anal sacs, have your vet check them at every checkup.
WebMD Veterinary Reference
Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine: "Anal Sac Disease."
Dog Health Guide: "Care and Treatment of an Anal Gland Dog Problem."
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign College of Veterinary Medicine: "Don't Ignore Your Pet's Pain in the Butt!"
Texas Specialty Veterinary Services: "Anal Sac Disease."
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