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This information is not meant to be a substitute for veterinary care. Always follow the instructions provided by your veterinarian. Dogs scoot when their anal sacs are uncomfortable. Anal glands and anal sacs are part of normal canine anatomy. Every canid from wolves to Chihuahuas have them.
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Canine Anal Sac Disease - Greencross Vets

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Anal Gland Disease in Dogs

What are dog anal glands? Located just below the skin surface between the two layers of muscle of the sphincter controlling the anus, they produce an oily, foul-smelling yellow to brown fluid that dogs use to broadcast who they are and mark their territory. What are the possible dog anal gland issues?
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The material secreted into these glands is thick and foul smelling. Most wild animals can empty these glands voluntarily for scent marking or in self-defence like a skunk. The anal sacs of most dogs empty when the dog defecates. There are ways to encourage anal sacs to empty naturally. A non-invasive technique that helps some patients is a change to a high fiber diet.
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