They contain a thick, pungent, oily material commonly described as smelling fishy. Most wild animals empty these glands voluntarily for scent marking or self-defense. With evolution, domesticated animals have lost the ability to do so. In most animals, exercise and normal defecation serve to empty the sacs. Anal sac issues seem more common in smaller breed dogs. Some pets are born with narrow gland outflow and are predisposed to issues.
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Anal Glands and Happy Cats
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You may also know that if left ignored, dog anal gland problems can develop into a painful medical condition. They empty through short and narrow ducts just inside the anus. Each sac is lined with abundant, modified sebaceous oil and apocrine sweat glands. The secreted substance is normally an oily, brownish fluid that packs a strong odor. This is why dogs are so interested in sniffing one another's hindquarters. The problem occurs when the glands become impacted, or there are other complications. If you find your dog scooting across the floor or seeming far too interested in his back end region, it could be due to impacted anal glands.
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My beautiful, well-mannered cat expresses her anal glands when she is happy, and I thought I was the only one with a cat who did this until last week. Well, that ends today! The anal glands are contained in the anal sacs, and they create a oily, unpleasant-smelling substance that collects within the sacs.
Many pet owners are stumped the first time they notice the pungent, fishy odor coming from their pet. While dogs have the most problems with their anal glands, even cats can have issues. The anal glands, or anal sacs, are two small glands ranging from about the size of a pea to the size of a grape. Their openings are located just inside the anus and are positioned at about and They create a smelly secretion that can range from being a thin liquid to a thick paste.