Paraproctitis in dogs: symptoms, treatment
Paraproctitis in dogs is a disease associated with inflammation of the paranal sinuses. These are the paired glands in which the excretory ducts located in the anus of the animal are clogged.</ P>
There can be several reasons for paraproctitis. First of all, it is an infection that has penetrated the fiber of the rectum. It can get through various cracks and micro-trauma in the mucosa of the anus or rectum. They mainly arise as a result of the action on the intestine of dense stools with the remnants of grass, bones, etc.
Often paraproctitis in domestic animals occurs inThe result of blockage of the duct of the anal gland, because of what it becomes inflamed. Constipation, avitaminosis, hemorrhoids and diarrhea can also be called among the causes of paraproctitis. The disease in dogs begins acutely.
Symptoms of paraproctitis in dogs</ P>
- The animal becomes sluggish, lays much, appetite disappears and body temperature rises, there is a delay in urination and stool.
- In the anal area, a noticeable painful swelling, redness.
- The dog is constantly trying to lick a sore spot, which is why often the hair on this area of the skin drops out hair, there may be scratching.
- Literally, for a couple of days in the anal area, puffiness develops and even an abscess develops (an abscess).
- If you press on the paranal glands, then more oftenA sharply smelling secret of a greenish or brown color stands out. If within three to four days veterinary care is not provided, the abscess is opened outward or into the rectum, where long-lasting non-healing fistulas are formed.
Treatment of paraproctitis</ P>
- At the first signs of the disease, the dog should be given painkillers: amidopyrine or analgin.
- It is necessary to change the diet: to remove from it rough food and bones. Food should be easily digestible and liquid.
- After treatment, you must always contact a veterinarian. He will clean up the paranal sinuses.
If an inflammatory process is found,Prescribe antimicrobial ointments and suppositories, the formation of abscesses will require the injection of antibiotics. If these methods prove to be ineffective, surgical treatment may be used. Much attention should be paid to the prevention of paraproctitis. It is necessary to treat constipation and diarrhea in time, give vitamins, clean the anus and regularly bring the animal to preventive medical examinations.