Continuous hot and cold compresses and trying to keep him comfortable and keep the diapers on. I hope this helps, and good luck. My vet recommended a high fiber food, like a light food to see if that would work, sometimes it does but it didn't in my dog's case Her drain will be removed this morning Monday. It's expensive and there is the possibility of incontinence. So far I am on a cheaper generic every other day to make sure we don't have a expensive re-occurance. Your dog may damage the delicate tissue around his anus in his attempts to relieve his own discomfort, so if you see him biting at his butt, or scooting it along the ground, take him to the vet.
Draining tracts can develop after surgery if the gland is not completely removed. Bit against the op as i have had mixed reports on this as i fear him being left incontinent and also somebody told me once they are removed it can make them nasty towards other dogs as they haven't got the scent glands there any more, not sure how true this is? OMG cracar I'm a groomer too and have emptied a fair few in my time, but never managed to get it in my hair - how awful for you! Both have only had them expressed by the vet when they were having their 'bits' off. The vet said she has thicker secretions and that was probably why she got blocked up.
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Two to three sutures are placed and glue is used in the skin Figure If it is not done correctly Dog sent home with drain and dressing plus antibiotics and painkillers. So I am going to have the vet look at that too. At that point I decided the surgery was the best option She did great with the surgery and had meds to help afterwards. A high fibre diet can make the stool more bulky. It is common for dogs to release the contents of their anal sacs, particularly if frightened.
Whole nail removed and bone behind the break near the nail base. The medicine that Edgar is on is Cylcosporine. For this reason, removing anal glands fell out of favor. Bran should also bulk up the stool. Hopefully I will have a few minutes before poor Edgar needs to go out again. It took her about two weeks before she recovered and would leave a few poop balls around the house. Wound check with nurse 3 days post-op and stitches out 10 days later.