[New Product] NaturVet No Scoot Plus Pumpkin Soft Chews for Dogs

NaturVet No Scoot Plus Pumpkin Soft Chews for Dogs

Does your dog have a habit of dragging his or her little bottom across the carpet? You might find it disturbing or amusing, but scooting is actually a sign of a health problem. The good news is dog scooting can be stopped with the help of a tasty treat. NaturVet No Scoot Plus Pumpkin Soft Chews for Dogs use the power of natural plant fiber to promote healthy anal gland function for less scooting. Plus, dogs love the taste!

Why is my dog scooting?

That little scoot should be telling you something. It’s easy to mistake dog scooting for a bad habit—maybe an easy way to relieve an itch or clean a bottom. It’s true that both of these triggers could result in an occasional drag across the carpet. More often, scooting is caused by irritated or infected anal sacs. The anal sacs (located under the skin below the anus), hold anal gland secretions. This fluid has a pungent odor that sends a chemical message to other animals. This explains why butt sniffing is how dogs get to know each other a little better.

When these sacs become infected and inflamed, it can be painful and/or itchy for your pet. The openings that normally allow the flow of the anal gland secretions out of the body can swell shut. The material trapped inside the anal sacs becomes thick and/or crystallized, often requiring manual or surgical extraction. This is sometimes referred to as ‘expressing a dog’s glands’, but it is actually the material inside the anal sacs that is expressed. If the material is not expressed, the anal sacs can burst and create a painful, open tract.

Signs and symptoms of anal sac problems in dogs include:

  • Scooting (rubbing bottom on floor or carpet)
  • Swollen, inflamed and/or discolored area around the anus
  • Tail chasing
  • Excessive licking or chewing at the area under the tail

If the anal sacs become infected or impacted, your pet will likely chew or lick the area. This increases the chances of ingesting the bacteria, which can cause internal infections of the tonsils, stomach and upper respiratory system. Any of these infections may cause your pet to cough and/or vomit. Your veterinarian may prescribe an antibiotic to combat any such bacterial infection.

Chronic anal sac problems may also result in thickening and hardening of the skin around the anus from repeat trauma of scratching and chewing. If your dog scoots to relieve anal sac irritation, abrasions and ‘rug burns’ can result, causing even more pain and discomfort. Topical itch relief treatments can help ease the pain in the short term, but if your pet suffers from chronic anal sac problems it’s best to see your vet for diagnosis and treatment.

NaturVet No Scoot Plus Pumpkin Soft Chews for Dogs takes the scoot out of your pooch

Buy NaturVet No Scoot Plus Pumpkin Soft Chews for Dogs online at 1800PetMeds

If scooting is a problem, NaturVet No Scoot Plus Pumpkin Soft Chews for Dogs are the solution. These soft, bite-sized treats pack the power of plant fiber into an effective formula that helps promote healthier bowel function for less scooting.

These flavorful chews contain a proprietary blend of natural beet pulp, flaxseed and psyllium husk, along with dandelion root and pumpkin powder. These ingredients support improved elimination, which helps keep everything moving smoothly. Your dog will experience fewer anal sac problems resulting in less scooting!

NaturVet No Scoot Plus Pumpkin Soft Chews for Dogs are easy to give your dog daily as a healthy and tasty treat that he or she will enjoy. They contain no wheat, so they are great for dogs with wheat allergies, too. Each container has a stay-fresh lid and contains a 30 day supply for the average 40 lb dog.

Give your dog the gift of a healthier hiney (while giving yourself the gift of cleaner carpets) with NaturVet No Scoot Plus Pumpkin Soft Chews for Dogs.

 

 

 

Win FREE NaturVet No Scoot Plus Pumpkin Soft Chews for Dogs!

Would you like to stop the scoot? Tell us about your pet’s scooting woes and you could win a FREE NaturVet No Scoot Plus Pumpkin Soft Chews for Dogs from 1800PetMeds!

Just leave a comment below telling us why you and your pet need FREE NaturVet No Scoot Plus Pumpkin Soft Chews for Dogs.

We will be giving away one NaturVet No Scoot Plus Pumpkin Soft Chews for Dogs. One winner will be chosen at random on Monday, August 14, 2017, so everyone who participates has a chance to win! (Limited to residents of the U.S.) Good luck!

Congrats to our drawing winner, Mary B. We’ll send you an email with details about claiming your prize. 

 

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108 Comments

  1. My Angel suffers with anal bland problems and I wish I had known about this product. If it does what it said my Angel Shuh Tzu/toy poodle mix would not have had to suffer like she has down through the years as she is 10 years old now. We love her to death anc would be happy to try this product. She gets runny stools a lot. Thanks for the opportunity to try to win this product. It’s greatly appreciated.

  2. nice blog.amazing describe.
    Why is my dog scooting

  3. Hopefully this would help our youngest dog.

  4. Piper is a terrior mix of some sort and we’re always yelling at her to stop licking and dragging her butt across the rug making “racing stripes “!!! When we take her to the vet for gland cleaning it doesn’t seem to last long. Would LOVE a new solution 😍

  5. Sallie Walters Cogan-MavorAugust 13, 2017 at 4:46 pm

    My little girl Miss Libby is so embarrassed when she needs to scoot. Please send these to her so she can hold her head high again like the Princess she is.

  6. Alexandra BernsteinAugust 14, 2017 at 2:08 am

    Poki is the most wonderful dog. Every time we go to the vet, I have them express the anal sacs. Some vets say there is no point as they just fill up again quickly. Others say to do it every 2 months. Some say pumpkin, others say that pumpkin makes the stools softer, and you need them hard to push out the goo. What’s a mother to do!!!!???!!!??? I would love it if No Scoot works. Please select my little girl!

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  8. My Dolly Wood has had a rough start to her young life dumped on a country road where I found her. I got her placed in a new local rescue with me as foster. I had to “rescue her from the rescue” when she ate foreign objects, having bloody diarrhea and rescue would not authorize vet visit. So I am now hers. She has double trouble with her private parts. A recessed vulva has led to 3 uti’s and her ANAL SACS drive her nuts and she tells me they need to be expressed every 3 weeks. If shes lucky 4 weeks. She is no ordinary butt scooter though. She will scoot occasionally but prefers to really grab your attention as she writhes and contorts her body from her arched neck and thrown back head with her eyes trained on her tail as she rubs, bumps and grinds to her back end against most anything at hand. Quite vigorous. My vet said surgery was a last resort and recommend Scoot No More. If these could help we wojld be forever grateful to get some gifted to us. I am retired, on a fixed income and my other dog Malie Boo was diagnosed 2 weeks ago with immune dictated thrombocytopenia. A big word a scary diagnosis and indefinite vet visits to come. Dolly has the most beautiful smile and would love to show it off to you. Sorry I ramble on. I hope this progress could be a step to get her anals emptying on their own. Thanks so much.

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