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December 2020’s Anal Gland Expression Special

Let’s be honest: even the most loving owner probably doesn’t want to think about their pet’s anal glands too much and just because you can express them at home doesn’t mean you want to! 

That’s why for the entire month of December, we’re offering free anal expressions with any exam held in December. That’s a savings of $31.92 and we welcome owners of both dogs and cats to take advantage of this offer! 

Free Anal Gland Expressions With Exams

Many owners are understandably squeamish when it comes to dealing with their pet’s anal glands.

However, regularly expressing your pet’s anal glands is an important part of keeping them healthy. Impacted anal glands can cause pain and discomfort, bleeding, infections, and abscesses.

If you’re uncomfortable with the idea of expressing your dog or cat’s anal glands at home, we would love to help. For a limited time, we’ll even do it for free during any exam held in December. All you have to do is schedule your pet’s appointment and we’ll take care of the rest.

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The Benefits of Having Your Pet’s Anal Glands Expressed

The benefits include:

  • Safety for both you and your pet. Many pets don’t enjoy the process of having their anal glands expressed and may struggle, scratch, or bite. Allowing us to express your pet’s anal glands prevents accidental injury to you or your pet. 
  • Stop the scooting! The number one sign your pet needs to have their anal glands expressed is scooting. We’ll stop the scooting and save both you and your carpet from a potentially smelly mess. 
  • Eliminates the potential for the serious complications that come along with an impacted anal gland. Impacted glands may rupture, bleed, or develop serious abscesses that require antibiotics and overnight stays at the veterinarian. 
  • Your pet will smell better. Pets with full or impacted anal glands may have a lingering smell that’s often described as “fishy”. 
  • Your comfort! Sometimes the biggest benefit of having your pet’s anal glands professionally expressed is the simple fact that means you don’t have to do it yourself. 

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