These chews are designed to be eaten directly or as a part of a meal. Give one soft chew per 9 kg of weight twice daily. For smaller breeds, reduce the amount based on the dog's weight, i.e. for 4.5kg dog give 0.5 chew twice per day. Suitable for dogs over 12 weeks of age.
|Up to 17||Up to 38||1 twice daily|
|18–44||39–97||2–4 twice daily|
|4+ twice daily|
SCOOTER is a premium digestive supplement that helps to maintain optimal anal sac and gland function in all dogs over 12 weeks of age. Formulated by veterinarians, Scooter contains a blend of natural and active ingredients such as beet pulp, psyllium seed husk, flaxseed, dandelion root, and pumpkin, that work from the inside out to keep your pup’s anal glands healthy and prevent from becoming blocked. No more scooting butts on your floor!
60 soft chews
***Is Scooter RIGHT product for my dog?
There are many reasons for dogs' scooting, ranging from infection, parasites, to allergies and even cancer. Scooter works by adding extra fibre to your dog's diet that helps to bulk up the stool and in effect helps to reduce scooting. If the reason behind your dog scooting is NOT nutrition-related, consider other alternatives.
Delighted with Scooter. Our dog, Milly, has not scooted since we've been giving her Scooter. We were taking her to vet every fortnight to have her anal glands drained and so far no need to see vet. I will review again in 2 months time
Honey has been having 4 a day split into 2 meals. No evidence of scooting and much firmer stools. Her coat seems extra soft, silky and shiny. Happy pooch, very happy hooman
I must say, I had my doubts but Scooter really worked for my dog. Thanks!
My Cockapoo has terrible anal gland issues. She is raw fed and we have tried other herbal remedies but she would not tolerate them. All is good so far with Scooter, she eats them whole like a treat; although it's only been 1 week I am hopeful that fishy butt will be a thing of the past.
I changed my dog to a raw diet about a year ago for lots of reasons, and everything is so much better, with the exception of his glands which were not a problem before (maybe because most of the food is absorbed?). I tried adding wheat germ to his food but it turns out he's definitely allergic. You can always tell when he starts feeling the discomfort (bless him), the scooting, worrying and general fishiness (if you know, you know). We had to have his glands emptied by a vet, but it doesn't feel like a solution to have to do that periodically, so I bought these in the hopes of finding an alternative, and it seems to be working! Dog has gone from scooting to being completely normal, yay! Also he eats them like treats, whick is great