Why you need to Bulk Up your dog's stool!
Many dogs do not get enough fiber in their diet or they only eat soft food, which causes loose or soft stools.
In the short term soft stools are inconvenient due to the mess; they are unsightly and hard to pick-up. Over the long term, soft stools can lead to serious health issues!
Dogs have two small glands on either side of the anus, called anal glands (or anal sacs). The anal glands fill up with fluid and your dog should empty the glands regularly during defecation. But, if your dog's stool is too soft or loose, it will not create enough internal pressure to "squeeze" the glands to empty them, and they will continue to fill.
When the anal glands don’t express naturally during defecation they become painful and may produce a foul odor. This can lead to infected, impacted, abscessed or even ruptured anal glands - all of which are quite painful for the dog.
Infected and impacted anal glands can become abscessed if not treated promptly. Pressure within the abscessed anal gland will continue to build, and the abscess will likely rupture, since the impacted material can’t be normally expressed. Impaction and abscesses may require surgery, and infections typically require antibiotics and pain medications.
If you see your dog scooting their butt across the floor, licking or biting at it, or sitting seems to be uncomfortable, there may be an anal gland problem...and it is time to act!
Our Bulk Up! Digestive Supplement for Dogs
contains both soluble and insoluble fiber and will quickly and easily firm up your dog's stool to help them naturally express their glands.
Bulk Up! is made with human-grade all natural ingredients and contains NO Meat, Wheat, Soy or Corn. It is flavored with natural Pumpkin, Peanut Butter and Yogurt..so dogs LOVE it.
Easy to use powder, does not require refrigeration, just sprinkle on their food.
Best of all we offer a No Questions Asked, 100% Money Back Guarantee. So, you've got nothing to lose, except soft messy stools!
Whether you are seeing soft stools, signs of anal gland issues, you've had anal gland issues in the past or you just want to be preventative and make sure your dog has enough fiber in their diet for firm healthy stools...Bulk Up can help!