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i have a 6 month old standard and this is the 2nd time in 2 months that ive had to take him in for infected anal glands. The first time they were impacted and infected and this time just infected. The vet said that since he is having these problems at such a young age to think about getting. Dog anal glands issues are not life-threatening but can cause discomfort and pain for the animal. Unless the anal glands are surgically removed, you cannot stop them from filling with fluid. You can, however, make sure that they do not fill to the point of becoming a problem. Check the glands at least each month to see if they have grown enough to be visible. But anal gland problems in dogs are fairly common and if not treated promptly, can lead to serious lifelong issues. We do get her groomed regularly, just so her anal glands are milked, to try to prevent this. Help! Betsy editor suggestions on how to treat dcg anal sacs problems with dog anal sacs arise when they fill up and are left unexpressed naturally or by a groomer. In most small breeds and obese dogs, dog anal sac problems are more common. If your dogs anal glands need to be expressed, you might catch yourself wrinkling your nose all of the time -- a natural reaction to the yuck-inducing smell coming out from your pets backside. If the odor is extremely reminiscent of old fish and a lot more heightened than anything you pick up on the ground when you take him outside, you likely know exactly whats going on. how to empty a dogs anal glands at home easily (the external method) - duration 456. How to train your dog to walk to heel - the dog guardian - duration 949. The glands release stinky fluid upon defecation or when an animal is terrified or stressed. If the groomer does provide this service, she determines if the anal glands are full, dons a pair of gloves and gently palpates the glands from the outside. Other potential causes include anal sphincter muscle dysfunction, distended anal glands, and overproduction of anal gland material. Relatively uncommon in cats and large breed dogs, anal gland infections and impactions are more often diagnosed in small breeds such as toy and miniature poodles, chihuahuas, and lhasa apsos. expressing anal glands (externally) on two small dogs at the pooch parlor pet groomer academy in ponderay, id.