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The condition is caused by infection that affects the hair follicles and causes small abscesses under the skin that are filled with pus. It has become evident that anal furunculosis is not usually an isolated condition and these dogs often suffer from chronic skin and gut problems, chronic diarrhoea and many have irritable bowel syndrome. Af is both distressing for dog and owner since most treatments either dont work or only work short term. Furunculosis is a deep infection of the skin, in which the hair follicles become infected and furuncles form on the skin. The most common cause that leads to the appearance of this skin condition is the infection with the bacteria staphylococcus aureus. The staph bacteria is commonly found on the skin but it can breach the skin through an open wound or it can be transmitted from someone else. As if all that were not enough for the poor dog to contend with, he was also diagnosed with anal furunculosis (perianal fistulae) in june 2009. The fistulae are deep ulcers that form around the anus and under the tail (sometimes progressing up it) and they are very painful. Perianal fistula, also known as anal furunculosis is a serious medical condition that most commonly affects german shepherd dogs. Perianal fistulas are characterized by chronic, purulent, smelly, ulcerating, sinus tracts in the anal region and surrounding skin. More recent studies indicate that the condition is more likely caused by an autoimmune disease. Natural remedies for boils and furunculosis may be an effective alternative to conventional drugs. A part of comprehensive collection of natural remedies with personal stories of their successful use at e-naturopathic. Anal furunculosis (also called perianal fistulas) is a distressing condition commonly affecting german shepherd dogs and occasionally other breeds. The problem is one of chronic deep infection, inflammation, discharges and ulceration around the tail base and anus. The condition may progress to involve a large area around the back end of the dog. C linical s ignificance cyclosporine was effective at resolving or reducing anal furunculosis lesions in 25 of 26 dogs (96 per cent). However, residual or recurrent lesions in a potential problem, and surgical resection or longterm cyclosporine treatment may be necessary in some dogs.