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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.). 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. Anal glands or more accurately, anal sacs are scent glands located on both sides of your dogs rectum. Typically, theyre in the four oclock and eight oclock positions. When your dog passes a stool, these glands usually express themselves naturally. 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. w hile dog anal glands problems are usually not life-threatening, with the exception of anal gland cancer, they are relatively common and can affect your dogs quality of life. internal anal gland expression heres a good video, where our friends at glandex show you how to express your dogs anal glands at home. take care not to express your dogs anal glands unnecessarily, as excessive expression can lead to discomfort. If your dog appears comfortable, does not seem overly smelly in that area and shows no symptoms of anal gland issues, there is no need to express. Some dogs unfortunately encounter recurring anal gland issues.