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Anal Sac Gland Issues – e.g. Smelly Abscess, Impacted Blocked, Rectal Polyps – 009Code:
AN009

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  • May assist in a more thorough bowel movement for your pet. Other conditions supported if the Anal Sac Glands are Blocked, Infected or even an Abscess has formed.
  • Rectal Polys can be experienced more often in canines, than in felines. Chronic or acute inflammation. Anal sac gland blockages can cause irritation including Anal Gland Polyps.
  • When a Adenomas (benign) growth,  Adenocarcinomas (malignant) growth or  Epitheliomas (Perianal (borderline) malignant). * See AN213..Perianal tumors are three times as common in intact male dogs and their formation is directly linked to the production of testosterone. 
  • Approx. 1,000 drops in a 50ml Bottle
  • Shelf Life, several years. 
Naturopathic formula Set of 2
1. HAMPL AnaGland Clear 9-1
2. Chia Seeds 100gm packet

On request If needed
HAMPL Internal Damages  (Repair) 169-1

* Working on the repair and restoration of function of –  spasms, stricture of rectum or bladder, and paralysis of the intestinal muscles, rectal pain, prolapsed anus with paralysis, paralysis or prolapse of the rectum (anus) and sphincter causing the inability to go to the toilet and release stools and urine causing acute or chronic constipation or urinary blockage etc.

  • Types of Anal Gland Tumour growths.
    The three (3) main types of tumors that occur in the perianal area include Adenomas (benign),  Adenocarcinomas (malignant) and  Epitheliomas (borderline – Perianal Adenocarcinoma malignant). See AN213.   Or  See AN334 Rectum Adenocarcinoma – Malignant.
  • Hepatoid Gland Carcinoma
    Hepatoid glands are modified sebaceous (sweat) glands of the skin located in the perianal (around the anus) area, as well as the prepuce, base of the tail, groin, inner thigh, and the back. These glands only occur in dogs. The tumor cells resemble liver (hepatic) cells.   Hepatoid gland tumors account for approximately 10% of all cases of skin cancer diagnosed in dogs. The most common location for these tumors is the perianal area. * See AN013 (C) Gland Set (i.e sweat gland cancer).

Warnings : Always read the label. Use only as directed.If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.

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