Anal gland - Wikipedia - anal gland problems


Anal gland impaction in dogs: treatment & prevention anal gland problems

"Scooting" or dragging their butt along the ground is only one of the many possible signs indicating a potential.

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.

Your dog could be showing signs of anal gland issues, and you may not even know it. Find out how to prevent problems and what to do if he gets them.

If your dog regularly scoots on the carpet, the cause may be their anal glands. Learn how to recognize issues and how you can help relieve the.