Talk about diets, exercise, and disease.
Grr.. didn't see the second page, then by the time I edited my post it wouldn't let me post it, durn slow phone internet. . So here goes.
Anal glands can be effected by diet, usually but not always because of a lack in fiber. Vi used to have issues as a puppy but a vet I worked for suggested adding 1-2 capsules of otc fiber to her food every day and the problem vanished. Worth having another chat with the vet though before adding fiber to the diet.
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MissKitty wrote:So Apollo's breath is still stinky, his gas is pretty much gone, but his anal glands are leaking. And it went from being white discharge to brown. His stools are normal. Is it normal for anal discharge to change colors? I am worried and going to make another vet appointment. Maybe his stink breath is from him licking his behind?
Could be! Is it real disgusting fishy smelling?
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