The Stately Hound

Anal Gland Supplement for Dogs and Puppies

£19.99

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Product Details

Scooter is a premium digestive supplement that helps to maintain optimal anal sac and gland function in all dogs over 12 weeks of age. In addition, it is a great source of fibre – it helps to firm up your pet's stools.

Formulated by veterinarians, Scooter contains a blend of natural and active ingredients such as beet pulp, psyllium seed husk, flaxseed, dandelion root, and pumpkin, that work from the inside out to keep your pup's anal glands healthy and prevent them from becoming blocked. No more scooting butts on your floor!

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Active Ingredients

  • Potato Flake
  • Full-Fat Linseed
  • Glycerine
  • Brewer's Yeast
  • Salmon Oil
  • Maltodextrin
  • Tapioca
  • Pumpkin Seed Powder (1%)
  • Dandelion Root Powder (0.9%)
  • Psyllium Powder (0.5%)

Additives

Technological additives: Preservatives

Sensory additives: Natural chicken liver powder, bacon powder

Scooter can be fed to dogs over 12 weeks of age. If your dog is under medical supervision, please consult your vet before you start using this product. Do not exceed double the daily amount in a 12 hour period.

DIRECTIONS

Scooter chews are designed to be eaten directly or as a part of a meal. Give one soft chew per 9 kg of weight twice daily, crumble and mix with food if necessary.

WEIGHT/KG WEIGHT/LB CHEWS/DAY

Up to 17

Up to 38

1 twice daily

18–44

39–97

2–4 twice daily

Over 45

Over 98

4+ twice daily

 

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Based in the British harbour town of Whitstable, on the Kent coast, The Stately Hound was born out of a desire to create high quality leather collars and leads for our three mischievous Dachshunds Archie, Brewster and Casper. 

Since 2018 our range has grown organically and we now supply luxury dog accessories worldwide, from Japan to New York, Monaco to Milan ‑ Stately Hounds are popping up everywhere!

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