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biting tail

Species: dog | Category: general | Submitted: 2 July 2007 11:37PM | viewed 6910 times
Q Janette asks:

He is biting his tail next to his bottom, it might be itchy; can't stop it can you help?

Q Our vet says: There are many reasons why the area around the bottom may be itchy or uncomfortable. One of the most common causes is a problem with the anal glands. These two small glands located on either side of the anus sometimes get blocked and then may become infected and even rupture. It would be wise to take your dog along to your vet who will be able to check the glands for you and have a look at the area to find out what the problem could be.

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