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my dog coco had anal glands and wondering if and how can i do it and would this kill him I really need to know any one can help me please
roxanneowen32Asked by roxanneowen32
no I cant
roxanneowen32Answered by roxanneowen32
Your vet should be the one to express them. Here is a brief video to tell you a bit more about the issue.
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