Normally, when a dog poops, the fluid in his anal sacs is squeezed out, too. It's when they aren't completely emptied that problems develop.
Is your dog scooting or dragging their butt along the ground? This is a sign indicating a potential anal gland problem. Here's what you need to.
PDSA vet Rebecca offers advice on what to do if you suspect your dog has anal gland problems and shows how this can be treated. If they are.
Learn about the veterinary topic of Disorders of the Rectum and Anus in Dogs. Find specific details on this topic and related topics from the MSD Vet Manual.
Anal Gland Impaction. They're not the stuff of dinner party conversations, but knowing how to spot a problem could save your dog a lot of misery. Picture the.