Perianal fistula is a chronic inflammatory condition of the perianal tissue. It is characterized by one or more draining tracts that develop near the anus.
The exact cause of perianal fistula in dogs is unknown, but it is thought to be caused by a combination of factors, including: Allergies, Bacterial infection, etc.
The most common symptom of perianal fistula in dogs is one or more draining tracts near the anus.
To diagnose perianal fistula, your veterinarian will perform a physical examination and may order additional tests, such as blood tests, urine tests, or X-rays.
Treatment for perianal fistula depends on the severity of the condition and the underlying cause.
The prognosis for dogs with perianal fistula is generally good with early diagnosis and treatment. However, some dogs may experience chronic or recurring problems.
Treating any underlying medical conditions promptly