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Q. My dog started to bleed in the anus after we cleaned poop from that area. I dont know if that was the cause.

A. Mucous of the anus is very sensitive. Dry poop can cause some irritation and injury of it. If it will happen again see a vet. make sure that your dog don't have problems with dry stool and obstruction ( give bland diet for a couple of days, or mix his normal food with water and add to it some mediacal paraffine)

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ZANETA KRASON

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