If you notice your pup scooting his bottom along the ground, his anal sacs, also known as anal glands, are probably bothering him. These glands can become blocked and swollen with fluid or even infected, leading to pain and irritation for your pooch. To provide relief, take your pup to the vet to have these glands emptied and treated for infections. Your pup has two pea-sized anal sacs on either side of his anus in the 4-o'clock and 8-o'clock positions, according to PetEducation.
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Last Updated: April 17, References. She graduated from the University of Glasgow in with a degree in veterinary medicine and surgery. She has worked at the same animal clinic in her hometown for over 20 years.
Debra — I'm not familiar with this. I'm a nurse and we don't have this problem in human medicine thank God. What are the anal sacs? How do they differ from the anal glands?