Scooter's Butt Bar

Anal Gland and Bowel Support for Dogs and Cats

$4.49$40.40

What's It Good For?

Anal Sac Issues
relieving constipation
Scooting
Soft Stool /
Diarrhea
Source of Fiber

Scooting, soft stool, and intermittent diarrhea in dogs can be an indication of bowel issues. Supporting bowel and anal gland health is a big part of intestinal and digestive health as a whole!

With pumpkin, pumpkin seeds, psyllium husks, lentils, cinnamon, and diatomaceous earth, Scooter’s Butt Bar contains soluble fiber to help support anal gland, digestive, and bowel health.

What's In It?

Pumpkin and Lentils
Psyllium Husks
Pumpkin Seeds
Diatomaceous Earth

Pumpkin and Lentils

High quality sources of natural fiber used to firm and bulk up stool, pumpkin and lentils are the stars of Scooter's Butt Bars. Fiber firms and bulks up stool, allowing the anal glands to be expressed naturally.

Psyllium Husks

Psyllium husks are coveted for their mucilage properties and can help aid water balance in the colon. The colon is the culprit for soft stool and constipation due to improper water absorption.

Pumpkin Seeds and Diatomaceous Earth

Pumpkin seeds and high-quality diatomaceous earth have mild anti-parasitic properties to address the problem of parasites that may be affecting the colon's day to day functions.

Ingredients

Active Ingredients: Proprietary blend of (pumpkin powder, pumpkin seed powder, psyllium husk, diatomaceous earth, and cinnamon)

Inactive Ingredients: vegetable glycerin, sunflower lecithin, maltodextrin, gelatin, fruit juice, natural grain dextrin, vegetable oil, sorbic acid

Active Ingredients: Proprietary blend of (pumpkin powder, pumpkin seed powder, psyllium husk, diatomaceous earth, and cinnamon)

Inactive Ingredients: vegetable glycerin, sunflower lecithin, maltodextrin, gelatin, fruit juice, natural grain dextrin, vegetable oil, sorbic acid

Directions for Use

Administer the recommended dose daily until the scooting, anal gland issue, constipation, or diarrhea resolves.

For Dogs:
31 – 80 lbs — 1/4 bar twice a day
>81 lbs — 1/2 bar twice a day

For Dogs:
<15 lbs — 1/2 bar twice a day
15 – 30 lbs — 1 bar twice a day

For Cats:
1/4 to 1/2 bar twice a day

Cautions

If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. Not for use within 48 hours of anesthesia.

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Still Have Questions About Scooter's Butt Bars?

We’d love to hear from you! We’re 100% confident in the quality and effectiveness of our products, but we want to make sure you buy with that same confidence. Call or email us with the information below and someone from our team will be in touch.

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Scooter's Butt Bars

Anal Gland and Bowel Support
for Dogs and Cats

$4.49$40.40

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Ingredients | Directions for Use | Blog Posts

What's It Good For?

Anal Sac Issues
Soft Stool / Diarrhea
Scooting
relieving constipation
Source of Fiber

Scooting, soft stool, and intermittent diarrhea in dogs can be an indication of bowel issues. Supporting bowel and anal gland health is a big part of intestinal and digestive health as a whole!

With pumpkin, pumpkin seeds, psyllium husks, lentils, cinnamon, and diatomaceous earth, Scooter’s Butt Bar contains soluble fiber to help support anal gland, digestive, and bowel health.

What's In It?

Pumpkin & Lentils

High quality sources of natural fiber used to firm and bulk up stool, pumpkin and lentils are the stars of Scooter's Butt Bars. Fiber firms and bulks up stool, allowing the anal glands to be expressed naturally.

Psyllium Husks

Psyllium husks are coveted for their mucilage properties and can help aid water balance in the colon. The colon is the culprit for soft stool and constipation due to improper water absorption.

Pumpkin Seeds & Diatomaceous Earth

Pumpkin seeds and high-quality diatomaceous earth have mild anti-parasitic properties to address the problem of parasites that may be affecting the colon's day to day functions.​

Ingredients

Active Ingredients: Proprietary blend of (pumpkin powder, pumpkin seed powder, psyllium husk, diatomaceous earth, and cinnamon)

Inactive Ingredients: vegetable glycerin, sunflower lecithin, maltodextrin, gelatin, fruit juice, natural grain dextrin, vegetable oil, sorbic acid

Active Ingredients: Proprietary blend of (pumpkin powder, pumpkin seed powder, psyllium husk, diatomaceous earth, and cinnamon)

Inactive Ingredients: vegetable glycerin, sunflower lecithin, maltodextrin, gelatin, fruit juice, natural grain dextrin, vegetable oil, sorbic acid

Directions for Use

Administer the recommended dose daily until the scooting, anal gland issue, constipation, or diarrhea resolves.

For Dogs:
31 – 80 lbs — 1/4 bar twice a day
>81 lbs — 1/2 bar twice a day

For Dogs:
<15 lbs — 1/2 bar twice a day
15 – 30 lbs — 1 bar twice a day

For Cats:
1/4 to 1/2 bar twice a day

If animal’s condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. Not for use within 48 hours of anesthesia.

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Relevant Blog Posts

Scootin' Dogs

Let's get down to the nitty gritty of bowel health. There are elements of an animal's behind that are really important to understand when looking at the larger scale of the digestive system (though they may not be so pleasant to talk about).​

Still Have Questions About Scooter's Butt Bars?

We’d love to hear from you! We’re 100% confident in the quality and effectiveness of our products, but we want to make sure you buy with that same confidence. Call or email us with the information below and someone from our team will be in touch.