Treatment Type: Lifestyle Practices
Rated for: Maltese
Bradenton, Florida, United States
Posted Jan. 11, 2019
Hydration helps with many issues. Hydration along with high fiber diets can help resolve your dog's stinky anal gland issues. When an animal is dehydrated the organs don't function as optionally, compared to if the dog was properly hydrated. It will also help move things along in the intestinal tract, solidifying and moving material along. If your dog is really dehydrate upon exam, your Veterinarian will most likely re-hydrate with subcutaneous fluids.