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Old 11-29-2012, 07:37 AM   #11 (permalink)
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My little guy named Jasper was like that for a long time up to 3 years and then we got him another dog. That other dog turned into 2 more dogs because she got pregnant. But these days the two of them are inseparable and watch out for each other etc. if I didn't know better i would swear they were married.
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Old 11-29-2012, 07:45 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Hi,

Unfortunately she only gets dry food, so it's back to the drawing board.

She has no problems at all with eating and pooing, so I can't understand why the glands are annoying her so much. It also doesn't smell too nice around the house either!!
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Old 11-29-2012, 12:12 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Sounds like they are infected. I know when Benny's were super smelly and bothering him they had to be cleaned at the vet and he had to take meds to clear the infection. There might be some kind of cleaning spray you can get for that area to help with the smell.
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That trainer was horrible - and obviously does not know what he is doing if he says that beagles are not trainable!!!

Beagles are very trainable!!!! Call your local beagle rescue group, and they can refer you to a trainer that can help.

Sophie can get her own harness and leash when she has to go out. She alerts me when one of the kids becomes ill during the night. She comes, fetches, drops, sits, and picks up her paws on command - as an example.

As for the anal gland problem: switch food, preferably to a gluten free one. Give her raw veggies - like string beans and carrots. And listen to Molly's Mom - have your vet make sure that there is no infection.
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