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Wednesday 26th of July 2017



Imperforate Anus


General information on Imperforate Anus

An Imperforate Anus is described as when a puppy is born without an anal opening which will not allow the puppy to defecate.


Symptoms of Imperforate Anus

The symptoms of an Imperforate Anus are a bulge in the skin where the anus should be and the inability to defecate.

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Treatments for Imperforate Anus

The treatment for an Imperforate Anus is surgery to create an anal opening. A puppy will die within a few days of birth unless treated immediately. Most puppies do well with surgical intervention.




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Imperforate Anus experience by - Kimberly
Lynwood,CA

my dog had two dogs on april 13,2011 her first puppy was born normal but her second puppy wasn\'t he is smaller and has no tail or anus I know that he can die soon but if we had the money to take him to the vet for surgery it would be amazing. Hopefully I would still see him alive the next morning. It is really sad for my sisters and I that fall in love with the puppy but what could we do
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Remember, this information is for reference only. Always contact your vet or pet profesional for advice.


 






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Seek the advice of your vet or other qualified pet care provider before you decide on any treatment or for answers to any questions you may have regarding a canine medical symptom or medical condition.



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