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Anal sacs, or anal glands, carry some smelly fluid and occasionally need to be expressed, or emptied. Many dogs express them by themselves every time they poop the sacs are around a dogs anus but occasionally the sacs fill with fluid and your dog needs some help to release the fluid. When anal sacs are emptied it is important this is done per rectum. Briefly, a gloved, lubricated finger should be inserted into the anus. Gentle pressure should be applied against a juxtaposed thumb. Even if you never think about it, all dogs are equipped with a set of anal sacs. These little pockets make their home surrounding your pets anus. 2, these sacs let off a tiny dab of a markedly dense and bad-smelling substance. 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. The anal glands or anal sacs are small glands near the anus in many mammals, including dogs and cats. They are paired sacs on either side of the anus between the external and internal sphincter muscles. Sebaceous glands within the lining secrete a liquid that is used for identification of members within a species. These sacs are found in many carnivorans, including wolves, bears, sea otters. Anal sac impaction, infection, and abscess are the three stages of anal sac disorder. It starts out with one or both of your dogs anal sacs becoming impacted (unable to express fluid), then it becomes infected and swollen, and finally, the infection will cause an abscess which can be very painful. Anal sacs (also called anal glands) are two small glands just inside your pets anus. The material secreted into these sacs is thick, oily, stinky, and is commonly described as smelling fishy. Most wild animals can empty these glands voluntarily for scent marking or in self-defense (like a skunk might do) however, domestic animals have largely lost their ability to empty these sacs. If you find that your dogs anal sac needs to be emptied every few weeks or more, think long and hard before considering permanent removal of a dogs anal sac. How often should anal sacs be emptied? It can be hard to tell if your pets anal sacs need emptying or not. Keeping an eye out for the symptoms of impacted anal glands, like scooting and licking, will help you to know if they require the intervention of a veterinarian.