Is your dog dragging their bottom across the floor?

Don’t ignore it. Find out how you can help

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Is your dog dragging their bottom across the floor?

 

Don’t ignore it. Find out how you can help!

You might assume they’re being a little cheeky or mischievous, but scooting behaviour usually indicates a problem.

CLOGGED ANAL GLANDS

Blocked or impacted anal glands happen if your dog is suffering from diarrhoea or loose stools.

INTESTINAL PARASITES

You may notice visible evidence of worms in your dog’s stools, vomit, or around their anus.

SKIN IRRITATION

Your dog might have matted fur or something stuck around its bottom. Sprays, perfumes, shampoo, or other grooming products might also be irritating.

FOOD ALLERGIES

Soy, dairy, wheat, eggs, chicken, and beef are some of the most common allergens in dogs. A food allergy or sensitivity might lead to diarrhoea or loose stools as well as scooting.

**Seek your vet if you suspect any of the above**

You might assume they’re being a little cheeky or mischievous, but scooting behaviour usually indicates a problem.

Clogged Anal Glands

Blocked or impacted anal glands happen if your dog is suffering from diarrhoea or loose stools.

Intestinal Parasites

You may notice visible evidence of worms in your dog’s stools, vomit, or around their anus.

Skin Irritation

Your dog might have matted fur or something stuck around its bottom. Sprays, perfumes, shampoo, or other grooming products might also be irritating.

Food Allergies

Soy, dairy, wheat, eggs, chicken, and beef are some of the most common allergens in dogs. A food allergy or sensitivity might lead to diarrhoea or loose stools as well as scooting.

Anal Furunculosis

The condition is formed due to a lack of some of the immune system’s defences.

 

**Seek your vet if you suspect any of the above**

Have you tried natural remedies?

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 See what our customers are saying

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FAB PRODUCT

We started using this following a first flare up of anal glands. Alongside a change of diet we have seen vast improvements and avoided surgery. As a bonus Roxy loves the taste.

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My dog no longer has go through the trauma of having her anal glands squeezed by the veterinary nurse, as Scooter has worked for her 100%. I was a bit dubious that she would eat the Scooter ‘biscuits’, but they must have something in them that she loves, as she eats it before she eats her other dry food.

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Effective product. No more scooting on the lounge carpet! Palatable and tasty, so no problem giving it - just like a sweet, or rather a dog biscuit! Prompt and efficient service from 'Dog's Lounge'. I have found half the suggested daily dose for my dog works well. Can highly recommend product and company.

Is Scooter RIGHT product for my dog?

There are many reasons for dogs' scooting, ranging from infection, parasites, to allergies and even cancer. Scooter works by adding extra fibre to your dog's diet that helps to bulk up the stool and in effect helps to reduce scooting. If the reason behind your dog's scooting is NOT nutrition related, consider other alternatives. 

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