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Dog anal gland issues are relatively common among all canines. Why? Every dog has two anal glands, also called anal sacs, which are on either side of their anus. These glands continually fill up with fluid, which has a unique scent to each dog (dog butt sniffing explained!every time your dog poops, these glands empty a small amount of this smelly fluid.). the anal glands are emptied during defecation by the pressure of stool passing through the anus. Sometimes, the anal glands are emptied out by forceful contractions of the anal sphincter when the dog is upset or in extreme fear. In a healthy dog, theres really not much to do about the anal glands. James bascharon shows how to easily express your dogs anal glands at home the veterinarian recommended way. expressing anal glands at home is not for the squeamish, but it is a good option for intrepid owners of dogs that regularly find themselves in need of the procedure. anal glands, or anal sacs, are found on both sides of a dogs anus, just underneath his tail. This pair of small glands is filled with oily fluid that has a similar smell as the odor a skunk. And, keep in mind that expressing the anal sacs too often can lead to impacted anal glands, and failing to care for them may lead to infection. If youre not 110 sure you want to take on the task of expressing your dogs anal glands, dont hesitate to turn the nasty job over to trained staff at your veterinary office. Patricia mahoney demonstrates how to express a dogs anal glands in this installment of full circle veterinary cares series of instructional videos. Anal glands are scent glands some people refer to them as anal sacs. They are located between the layers of muscles that make up the rectum and, when all is working right, they are naturally expressed, through the duct that connects the gland to the outside world, each time a dog poops. expressing the anal glands messing with your dogs anal glands when not necessary can, in fact, do more harm than good. Not to mention, nobody wants to get involved if its not required.