If your pet has been “scooting” and you are unsure why, it is a good idea to have a consultation with one of our vets initially so that they can assess what is going on. However if it is a recurring issue, it is simply a matter of making an appointment with one of our nurses to have this procedure done.
- Scooting – rubbing the bottom (anus) on the ground.
- A foul, fishy smell.
- Nibbling and licking the anus and/or lower back.
- Pain when pooing.
- Suddenly sitting down in discomfort.
- Looking round at their back end suddenly.
Please phone us anytime and talk to one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff. We are here to help.