[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. Joanne
    My lab Taco needs help on occasion. I thought it was the dog food that caused the scooting. I would love to try a sample.

  2. i have a senior poodle that could use this for his scooting problem

  3. Rex needs these desperately, he’s a “master scooter”.

  4. I would love to have this for my Pug named Tanner for he is a duplicate copy of the one on your container. He does scoot sometimes and I would love to try this and I know he would too.!!

  5. I have a chihuahua that has to go for anal gland expressions several times a year. Hopefully this will help! Thanks Pet Meds🐾

  6. Willamina needs FREE NaturVet No Scoot Plus Pumpkin Soft Chews for Dogs because she won’t even sit her butt down in the bath!

  7. Hello I am more than interested in trying this product for my female dog Rambo, (I know… strange name for a female dog but my teenage son’s named her, so what’s a mother to do. LOL), who suffers from clogged anal glands quite severely sometimes. Rambo is a Chihuahua who is 3 years old and would love to be able to try something to give her some sort of relief as she is my little angel. I’ve noticed quite a few of the other comments to be considered to win this product, with quite a few of their own personal sad stories. I will spare you with mine as I want to make this 100% about my dog and getting her some relief. She also suffers from skin conditions which makes her body itches well and gives her very very dry skin so if I was able to give her relief and any capacity it would be a wonderful feeling for me and obviously for her. Thank you so much for your consideration and for doing this wonderful thing for so many animals who I’m sure will get great relief from it. Thanks again, Meagan Stuart

  8. I have to take my dog ‘Buster’ into the vet every 4 weeks to have his anal glands expressed. He scoots going around in circles.
    This would help having to go vet every month.

  9. I have 2 little dogs that are always scooting and get their anal glands impacted. They always have an abcess and of course it ruptures and leaves another hole. The vet told me they both needed surgery as they had enlarged something or other and this would help so they didn’t have this problem. The amount of surgery was about $600. I can’t afford it and have been looking for something that would help so they didn’t suffer. I am disabled and only get $800 per month so if I took $600 out of that check I wouldn’t be able to pay much for bills let alone food. I really could use something that is reasonable and would work for them.

  10. My bad as the ‘Dickens’ has had anal gland problems his entire life. I always feel so guilty when we go to the vet and he has to have his anal glands expressed.

    I call to get an appointment to have
    ‘The booty butt’ done (that’s what I say to poor receptionist when I get an appointment

    I’ve added Metamucil to his diet to no avail — does seem to make his first poop of the day nice & firm ….. but as day goes on it gets yuckier and yuckier (he thinks he has to poop every time we go outside)

  11. My 3 year old Boxer, Kona scoots frequently. We are always washing blankets from her “fish” smell in her sleep. She has had her glands expressed but the problem still arises! I would love for Kona to try this to see if it perhaps might help the problem.

  12. Charlie Would love to win no scoot plus pumpkin, because he has already an anal glance abscess burst. We felt like horrible parents since didn’t realize he was having anal gland problems. So to vet every month to have checked. Thank you for an opportunity to enter. Charlie

  13. Charlie had already had an anal gland abscess pop and it was awful. He had to wear the cone for a few days. Happened so far, but we felt horrible. We give Charlie pumpkin everyday with his food, but still scoots. So off to vet each month to have expressed. Hoping no scoot plus pumpkin could help 😘 thank you

  14. I would love to try this treat out for my brussels griffon. Going to the vet is so expensive and this would be a treat for him that is helpful too both for him and for me. Thank you.

  15. I recently was given my mother’s dog (shiz/maltese) who is always licking and scooting after going to the bathroom and then continues the scooting once inside the house. Because Cooper is a boy and gets groomed he has to have anal glands expressed, These chews would be great for him…hope I WIN!!

  16. I use canned 100% pure pumpkin or cook whole pumpkin for my dogs. It would be great if this product works as well especially for travel.

  17. Well Sampson and his little buddy Itty bitty use to get treats every day, that is till I lost my job. Now their lucky if they get one every other month. These are my baby’s. They would just flip if they were able to have treats even if just for awhile. They both told me to thank everyone for voting for them to WIN .

  18. Well Sampson and his little buddy Itty bitty use to get treats every day, that is till I lost my job. Now their lucky if they get one every other month. These are my baby’s. They would just flip if they were able to have treats even if just for awhile. They both told me to thank everyone for voting for them to WIN . Both of them are all the time scooch on the carpet and the grass then one day I caught sampson scooch on my bed. I set him down and told him how much I love him, but that he wasn’t supposed to do that . Well needless to say that I have caught him a few more time, can you baleave I even caught him teaching his little buddy. Now just what do I do with them. They would be happy to get the treat that could help them to stop scooch. And as for me , I would be delightedto be able to give my boy’s treats. PLEASE VOTE FOR ME AND MY BOYS TO WIN. help and unemployed pet owner to treat his baby’s.

  19. I actually have 3 dogs that do the boot scoot as I call it. 2 are Pit bulls and the other is a 90lb American Bull dog and she is the main culprit. I try to catch her right after she has a bowel movements but as big as she is and slick she always manage to fly pass me right into the house while I have my hands full cleaning up after the 3 dogs. I come in and catch her boot scooting on the white carpet. 3 of my dogs do this but the other 2 scoot on the grass…my 4th dog doesn’t do it. Thank goodness. I would absolutely love to try this product.

  20. Mia, my 8lb yorkie has had 3 previous owners and she was abused pretty badly. Her scooting problem adds to her stress. It has taken me lots of time and patience to earn her trust and love. I got her when she was 3 and she is the light of my life. She would strongly benefit from this product as would I. If we don’t win, I hope someone in more need than us does. Scooting is no fun; seems to be a common problem. Good luck all.

  21. My Coco would definitely benefit from these.

  22. My 13 year old shihtzu scoots sometimes, I put pumpkin in his food but while eating it he gives me a look of total disgust, maybe these would work better 🐾

  23. Poor Trudie. She will lick, lick, lick until her whole bottom and the carpet or wherever she happens to be is soaking wet. I don’t like having to take her to the vet for this as she is so frightened and hates going in the car anywhere. She has so many other issues and is such a sweetheart that if there is something simple to help her, I would surely appreciate it.
    Thank you.

  24. My dog , Reba, tries to scoots on the cement floor of the carport. I thought this was just a bad habit. I used to put some anti-itch cream on a cotton ball & wipe it on her bum. She would just lick it up. I am more than happy to hear there is something out there that could help her. She is such a darling, I don’t what I’d do without her. I’d do anything to help her live a long & happy life.

  25. I too have a King Charles with anal gland issues, it costs 30 dollars overtime he gets his anal glands expressed, which by the way takes like 3 minutes………….it is really ridiculous, and would love to find something that actually helps!

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