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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. But anal gland problems in dogs are fairly common and if not treated promptly, can lead to serious lifelong issues. James bascharon shows how to easily express your dogs anal glands at home the veterinarian recommended way. This video is hosted by a veterinarian showing both the internal and external ways. expressing a cats anal glands reduces the possibility of infection. Express a cats anal glands with tips from a veterinarian in this free video on pet care. Do pugs need their glands expressed? The answer is it depends on the dog. Not all dogs anal glands need to be manually expressed unless there is a problem. Most canines are able to release the fluid during their regular bowel movements. Your dogs dog food plays a vital role in whether youll need to squeeze your pugs anal glands or not. Healthy anal glands release a small amount of fluid each time your dog has a bowel movement. However, some canines may develop health issues that impede the glands ability to release its fluid. Every dogs anus is flanked by two anal glands designed to release a unique scent into her stool when she poops. For many dogs, these liquid-filled glands empty out every time defecation occurs. For other dogs, the glands could fail to empty, build up, and become impacted. 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.). A cats anal glands can become impacted so they no longer release their scent-marking liquid.