100% natural premium digestive anal gland supplement that helps to maintain optimal anal sac and gland function in all dogs over 12 weeks of age.
We were always taking our dog to vets for her anal glands. Since using this every day we haven’t been back at all. Really makes a difference to her stools too.
Buddy has had anal gland problems but since taking this his scooting has stopped! We are on our 2nd lot and these 100% help.
I have tried other products to help with my dogs anal glands, but this is far the best one. He's had no problems since using Scooter. The service is also second to none.
Does your beloved canine experience discomfort or show signs of anal gland issues?
At Dog's Lounge, we understand the importance of keeping your dog happy and healthy. That's why we're proud to offer our specially formulated Anal Gland Supplement, designed to support your dog's anal gland health and provide relief from common issues.
Scooter is a premium digestive supplement that helps to maintain optimal anal sac and gland function in all dogs over 12 weeks of age. It is a great source of fibre – it helps to firm up your pet’s stools.
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 them from becoming blocked.
Luckily with our anal gland supplement, there will be no more scooting butts on your floor!
Scooter can be fed to dogs over 12 weeks of age. If your dog is under medical supervision, please consult your vet before you start using this product. Do not exceed double the daily amount in a 12 hour period.
Scooter 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, crumble and mix with food if necessary.
Directions of use
• Up to 17kg (38lb) - 1 chew twice daily
• 18–44kg (39–97lb) - 2–4 chews twice daily
• Over 45kg (98lb) - 4+ chews twice daily
100% Natural Ingredients
Formulated by veterinarians, Scooter contains a blend of natural and active ingredients that work from the inside out to keep your pup’s gut in check.
Rich in B vitamins and amino acids, brewer's yeast promotes healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver function. Considered a probiotic, it supports good digestive health.
Rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, it helps to maintain healthy immune system, brainpower and movement.
Acts like fibre which helps to maintain consistent digestion and support dog’s digestive health.
Rich in fibre, pumpkin is one of the best natural remedies to help add bulk to your pup’s stool.
Promotes healthier digestion throughout the entire digestive system. Supports the liver, kidney, heart and digestive tract.
Natural fibre supplement and bulk-forming laxative that helps to keep your dog's anal glands healthy.
Anal Gland Supplement FAQs
Is Scooter the 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.
Is Scooter ok to use for small breeds?
Yes, Scooter is safe to use for all breeds and sizes. Smaller dogs require less chews per day so please check the directions of use before you start using the product.
Will Scooter eliminate the fishy smell?
The 'fishy' smell means the anal glads are already full and will need to be expressed by the vet. Once they're emptied, you can start using the supplement to keep them healthy and prevent from blocking again.
How quickly will I see the effects?
All dogs are different and their condition varies but most of our customers notice changes between 7–14 days of using the supplement, if not earlier.
Can Scooter be given to a puppy?
Yes, Scooter can be given to puppies older than 12 weeks. However, just to be sure it’s ok in your particular case, we always recommend checking with your veterinarian first as they will know your dog's medical condition.