Hello again! That has got to be the quickest response I have ever had on this site! I was told that if there is pus coming out, then there could an issue. Is this the case? When it was expressed, I couldnt tell at first glance whether it was pus or if it was just the typical yellowy-green liquid.
Good to hear. Is this site just giving away wrongful information then(look at bottom of page)?http://pets.webmd.com/dogs/symptoms-treatments-anal-sac-disease-dogs
I guess, it was just the extract about the colours startled me a bit, since he is otherwise a healthy wee fella (I hope!). Would the pus be a sticky liquid?
Im surprised to hear you saying that I am a better pet owner!! Thanks for your information
How often do you have to express them? My wee fella's glands seem to fill up fairly quickly.
I have another question which is completely different. The local authorities sent gritters out to grit the roads and I am shocked to hear about what road salt can do. How much of the stuff is bad?
what can happen to the paw pads, and how much is required for it to be fatal?
is this a common thing to cause deaths in dogs? i have never heard of any dog ever dying from it. Can ulcers do damage to dogs, or is it like mouth ulcers for us?
if he were to lick just a tiny amount, would he just throw up?
nope, not until i graduate next from uni next summer(cant wait). should i be concerned about this?
you will be fine, you certainly have confidence dealing with worried pet owners! so if my pooch were to talk on it, and i didnt wipe them (i would), then is it unlikely anything will happen? This is something I find really hard to believe to have been an issue in the past.
thanks. hope the conference goes well.