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Glandex Anal Gland Soft Chew Treats with Pumpkin for Dogs 30ct Chews with Digestive Enzymes, Probiotics Fiber Supplement for Dogs – Vet Recommended – Boot The Scoot (Pork Liver) – by Vetnique Labs Pork Liver 30ct

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SUPPORTS HEALTHY ANAL GLANDS: Glandex is scientifically formulated to support healthy anal glands. With key ingredients including pumpkin seed, Glandex promotes natural emptying of the anal glands & supports digestive health & seasonal allergies.
GUARANTEED TO BOOT THE SCOOT: Glandex results are guaranteed to help your pet “Boot the Scoot!” in 3-5 weeks & comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
VETERINARIAN RECOMMENDED: Glandex is recommended by thousands of veterinarians worldwide & was developed by leading veterinarians to specifically support healthy anal gland function
PATENTED FORMULA: Glandex’s patented formula includes all-natural ingredients to keep your dog’s anal glands healthy including a Unique Fiber Blend, Omega Fatty Acids, Digestive Enzymes, Prebiotics & Probiotics
MADE IN USA: Glandex is proudly made in the USA using the highest quality ingredients. Glandex is easy-to-use and comes as an irresistible pork liver treat! Give once daily based on your dog’s weight. Great Value – Lasts 1 month for a 20 pound dog!


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Best Sellers Rank: See Top 100 in Pet Supplies. Product Benefits: Digestive Health. Item Weight: 120 Grams. Item Form: Chewable. Flavor: Pork Liver. Brand: Glandex. Country of Origin: USA. ASIN: B08157ZGBF. Manufacturer: Vetnique Labs. Date First Available: August 26, 2016. Item model number: GlandexChews. Package Dimensions: 7.05 x 5.51 x 2.01 inches; 4.23 Ounces.

Specification: Glandex Anal Gland Soft Chew Treats with Pumpkin for Dogs 30ct Chews with Digestive Enzymes, Probiotics Fiber Supplement for Dogs – Vet Recommended – Boot The Scoot (Pork Liver) – by Vetnique Labs Pork Liver 30ct

Weight 120 lbs

11 reviews for Glandex Anal Gland Soft Chew Treats with Pumpkin for Dogs 30ct Chews with Digestive Enzymes, Probiotics Fiber Supplement for Dogs – Vet Recommended – Boot The Scoot (Pork Liver) – by Vetnique Labs Pork Liver 30ct

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  1. Blues KCMO

    Used Glandex on our vet’s recommendation for the last 5 months for severe anal gland odor. Glandex only helped odor slightly. I just happened to start giving our dog a couple shredded wheats as a treat while I was eating breakfast about 6 weeks ago. To my surprise, within a week no more odor! I stopped giving her Glandex just to be sure the Glandex had not suddenly started to work. The odor has not returned and I continue to give her 2-3 mini-wheats a day with no return of the odor. What a great accidental discovery and godsend.Read more

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  2. GG

    I became a first time, extremely novice, dog owner when I rescued my loving fur baby running down the road on a stormy Friday night. As such, it’s been a learn as you go science project for me, keeping him healthy and me from going broke with vet bills. I wasn’t aware of anal scent glands or the importance of proper poop geometry or consistency in keeping them expressed. As long as it wasn’t diarrhea, I did nothing to his diet and as a long as I can remember, it was watery, soft, thin and hard to bag up with poop bag. I knew the groomer did something to his butt, but didn’t know what it was for. That all changed one day about 2 months ago when Yahtzee did a dive bomb scoot on me. When I checked his rear there was a small paper cut like there, so I applied antibiotic ointment and moved on. When reappling, that evening, I just touched the area lightly and out came a small amount of green and yellow puss. Trip to the vet and, you know it, infected anal scent gland. Vet tried to express it in the other room, no go. The wailing from my boy broke my heart. Vet kept him for the afternoon but, couldn’t get them expressed with pup under tranquilizers. He told me it’s not unusual in small dogs and that it would probably an ongoing problem. Then, gave me antibiotics and suggested adding pumpkin to his diet and other high fiber food to cause pooping to naturally do the expressing. That said, whew sorry for the long winded set up, I had to take on this project and researched the condition on the web. Everything led me to pumpkin in the diet and one site suggested something called silicea 6x. Amazon research of reviews led me to a clear choice based on reviews – GLANDEX! I immediately placed an order and started him on half a chew daily per the product instruction. AMAZING RESULTS! After about 3 weeks on the product, my boys poop started to take shape and color as it was supposed to look per Internet pictures, but still not quite like the pictures said. Well, with each passing day it got better and better. Now, 5 weeks in, I am so happy to say it’s really great poop. Warm, segmented, brownish and picks up firm, moist, warm and all in one piece! I am so happy I could poop! So, THANK YOU GLANDEX, you’ve made a dog and his owner very happy and grateful! I made some other changes to his diet and exercise, but as far as this science project goes, I have to honestly and thankfully say that GLANDEX was the solution for me! The seller, Vetnique Labs, is commended for this product, fast shipping and helpful follow up emails on the product! I highly recommend you use this product BEFORE your pet goes through the suffering that mine did. I can’t say enough how great I feel this product is! It’s helped me sleep better, feel better and how thankful I am! Footnotes for other novices…. 1. At first my Yahtzee wouldn’t take the GLANDEX as a stand alone treat. I just sandwiched it inside another treat, now he loves his GLANDEX as a reward. Be persistent. 2. He woofed down the raw pumpkin at first. But then, about a week in of two tablespoons a day, he turned his nose up at it, period. I then recalled that he’d vomited orange / yellow that morning and highly suspect it was the pumpkin not being fully digestible. GLANDEX to the rescue! No such problem with the product and it contains pumpkin extracts and other great nutrients and probiotics, as well! 3. Of course, I had to try the Silicea 6x suggestion, and while I’m sure it may have helped the dogs of those who so highly suggested it, it was a huge disaster for me. Day 3, raspberry jelly poop and an immediate trip to the vet – $165 dollars worth of stool and blood work said he was ok and thank God above no permanent damage and no more raspberry jelly poop after I stopped. Something about adding the sand like powder, when crushed as directed, substance to his drinking water raised a yellow flag in my mind, but the product seemed very highly reviewed and suggested for the condition. GLANDEX is soft, moist and easy to ingest in comparison. THANKS GLANDEX! AMAZING WHAT A LITTLE CHEW CAN DO!Read more

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  3. Terra

    My 10 year old Boston Terrier has needed to have periodic anal gland expressions at the groomers since he was about 5. His glands would get very full and he would be rather uncomfortable, he doesn’t seem to know how to scoot. A few years ago he had surgery to repair a perineal hernia and ever since the surgery the groomers have not been able to express his glands using the external method so we have been going to the vet to have them expressed internally. I decided to do some more research and stumbled onto this product. I asked the vet what they thought and they knew of some success stories so it wouldn’t hurt for us to give it a try. I’ve been giving my pup who is 27lb 1 Glandex a day for 4 months. His first gland expression after using it for about a month they were able to express them a bit but they were not nearly as full as they usually are. At the latest expression after using Glandex for about 3 months I was told that the glands were completely empty! I never thought I’d be saying this but I have canceled the periodic gland expressions at this point and couldn’t be happier! I did not believe that this product would work but it proved me wrong saving me time and money and I’m sure the pup is happy to avoid the rear poking. He also gets a bit of canned pumpkin daily which I have not discontinued, not sure if that has any effect in his improvement.Read more

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  4. 1fitmommy

    Let me start by saying I don’t review much, but I for this I must. I have a 2.5 year old pug. From the time he was a pup he had anal gland issues. As he got older they got worse, a lot worse. I was having them expressed every couple of weeks but he still ‘leaked’ every couple days. It was really frustrating to have to clean the sofas, blankets, sheets constantly. I tried everything from Greek yogurt to pumpkin purée but nothing helped. I stumbled on this product in one of my many searches in a dog group. It is literally life changing. I will say the first month the leaking slowed but did not stop. We kept at it because the company said it may take 6-8 weeks and honestly it was improving. We are now going into month 3. I have not cleaned a leak in weeks. Honestly try this if you’re having an issue. Louie takes it every morning as his ‘treat’. He loves it and waits at the cabinet for it. I am so grateful we found Glandex!!Read more

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  5. Carrie

    I bought this product based on reviews! My dog has had anal gland problems for years and I was taking him to the vets every 2 weeks for them to be squeezed! I thought I would give these a try! My dog became ill 2 days after starting this. I first thought he had the flu. I stopped the Glandex! When he was better, I started the Glandex again and low and behold 24 hours after having this pill he is sick again. Diarrhea and extreme vomiting! I have another dog, that hasn’t had this pill and is perfectly healthy. I have 2 dachshunds. I feel bad that a product I thought would help him, is hurting him. Plz keep this in mind when purchasing this product, this may happen to your fur baby!Read more

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  6. steve martin

    Gave it to Sunday morning that afternoon he had sever diera and throwing up uncontrollably took to vet 3 months of antibiotics and perdnisone he passed on 7 6 2019.Read more

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  7. Lou

    My dog wouldn’t eat these on there own, So i can only assume he didn’t like the taste of them!?, We ended up putting them in with his food or mashed up inside a bit of ham or cheese etc… He was still scooting & had to have another trip to the vets to have his glands emptied again.. After these we went onto Protexin Pro-Fibre (Also From Amazon ) and although it’s more expensive, It Works & doesn’t require a £32 vet appointment for a less than 5 minute session with my poor pooch receiving a vasalined finger to relieve him!… Don’t waste your money on these Glandex chews & go straight for the best- Protex Pro-FibreRead more

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  8. JackKerleyFan

    We got a rescue dog that took her time to settle and suffered an upset tummy in that time. This set off an anal gland problem which we visited the vet for: the constant scooting, biting & licking through the night was really problematic and was only temporarily alleviated by vet treatment (expressing the gland). We tried Glandex as a last resort as we didn’t want her repeatedly going through vet visits for the problem. Within 7-10 days she settled; the nibbling and licking stopped, then the scooting around. We’re really pleased and will continue with the chews. As someone else mentioned, there was a degree of suspicion which the dog had to get over, plus the texture caused a bit of confusion, but we used it as a, ‘What a good girl,’ treat with an excited voice and she’s takes it now without any trouble. Our dog is 7.8kg. We only give her one chew in the morning which seems enough. We’ll continue with these, as we don’t want the scooting etc to return.Read more

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  9. Reviewer

    My youngest Alaskan Malamute has suffered from poor anal glands all his life and we have tried many products just so he doesn’t have to regularly suffer the painful process of getting his anal glands emptied. Some have been effective others haven’t. We tried this after reading the reviews and, even though many said it was quite expensive, we thought we’d give it a go. It worked reasonably well only slightly better than the last product so we added it to subscribe and save. I’ve just received notification that there is a price increase this month so I checked thinking that it would be a couple of pence… Imagine my surprise when I realised that it was over £6 increase. Immediate cancellation and returned to the previous product. That price increase is just pure greed.Read more

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  10. Amazon Customer

    My Cavalier King Charles suffers with Pica. He swallowed a whole cat collar at 9 weeks, followed over time, with tennis balls, Victoria plum stone. He prefers anything inappropriate rather than food. He is now five and has been on a gastro intestinal food along with fibre supplement. Despite this he has regular tummy problems and flare ups with constipation and poor digestion. Recently he was very constipated so thought I would try these. Omg what a difference , for the first time in 5 years, he is going to poo regularly and dog owners will forgive the description but his poos are for the first time as they should be, perfect. I know this product is expensive, but it really does work. Much cheaper than visits to the vets. He has cost some £9000.00 pounds over these last 5 years, with operations, and vet care, fortunately he is insured! I would recommend this product if your pooch has similar problems.Read more

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  11. lady in Wales

    Having spent well over £400 with two different vets that gave my dog antibiotics and also steroids to cure his digestive problems.. I read up on these Glandex and decided to try them. It took a couple of weeks for my dog to stop jumping off the sofa like a bat out of hell and sniffing his back end, he was also chewing his feet at this point…………….. all that has now stopped and Alfie is much more calm and a happy dogRead more

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