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Q. Our dog has blisters on his anal sac area and they look like they bleed and his tale looks swollen

A. It can be fistule of blocked anal glands. It's a very painful condition, your pet must be suffering. You should see a vet as soon as possible to start the treatment.

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ZANETA KRASON

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