Welcome! I am Dr. Altman, a licensed veterinarian and happy to answer your questions today.
I am so sorry no one has assisted you and your Cockapoo
yet today and that she is having issues with her rear end.
The primary concern with the information provided is her anal glands are impacted or inflamed causing her distress. Often they will chew, scoot, sit or stand abruptly as the primary sign but can also have issues with defecation since they are on the inside of the rectum and can cause distress with defection.
Here is some information on anal glands in dogs:
You can have your veterinary clinic technician express these or a groomer do them as well to provide relief from her discomfort. If there is no improvement then it is time to increase the fiber in her diet (canned pumpkin, white rice, raw
carrots) along with increased leash walks to urge defecation and gi motility but if there is no change within 24 hours I definitely would advise a veterinary exam to rule out obstipation or inability to defecate in your little one and treat it appropriately to provide relief.
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