Pet Anal Gland Removal

Checking the pet's anal glands during routine daily care is important to ensure its health. This may be one of the most unpleasant tasks for a pet owner, even though many pet owners have not been aware of a pet's anal sac for many years. If you are a resident of Laguna Niguel, it is always advisable to consult a veterinarian in for anal gland removal.


Why should you seek the services of a veterinarian in Laguna Niguel for anal gland removal?

Vegetarian ensure your pet’s anal glands do not produce the smell.

The anal sac is located on the lower half, just inside your pet's anus. They are lined with cells regularly secrete very irritating secretions. If you look closely, you may see small pipes with odorous liquid seeping out. When your pet is routinely washed, and your pet's anal glands are well maintained, there is no obvious smell to humans.

Vegetarian handle your pet with care.

To express glands, we wear disposable latex gloves. Hold the tissue, place the thumb and index finger on the anus, and then squeeze it carefully. The anal pouch material should emanate from the catheter without too much pressure. Please, consult our veterinarian at Laguna Niguel when you see some problem with your pet. It is best to ask someone to keep your pet still while doing this.

Monitors Dietary changes

If you find persistent blocking the anal glands in your cat or dog, we recommend a high-fiber diet. When your pet is wiped out, adding fiber will help express the anal sac.

When to consult the veterinary in Laguna Niguel?

If an infection occurs

When the anal glands are infected, the sac expands and ruptures through the skin beside the anus. It is painful to your pet and requires proper veterinary treatment, and most likely requires artificial expression of the glands until the abscess disappears.

Re-emergence of affected glands

If the affected anal sac is a long-term problem for your pet, it can be removed surgically. This usually leads to a more pleasant relationship between you and your best friend.

When a pet's anal gland tissue accumulates, the result may be an abscess, and it may be a persistent drain. If this happens, our veterinarian will be there to return and remove the tissue to get the required result.

If you live in Laguna Niguel and need anal gland removal services for your pet look no more, we have a dedicated veterinarian who will serve you well. We have a track of record producing quality services to all our clients. Call us today and get free quotes for all our services.

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