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Anal sacculectomy is a highly effective procedure with the aim of permanent relief for dogs suffering from anal gland impaction, abscessation and infections. There is a risk of incontinence after the surgery, but this is not common. Incontinence may occur for example, in the case of a large dissection such as a cancerous tumor in the anal sac. While i cannot diagnose this over the internet i can tell you the following faecal incontinence is a known problem in a very small number of cases following anal gland removal and when it occurs it can very often be permanent. Anal sac disease in dogs what are the anal sacs? Commonly called anal glands, the anal sacs are two small pouches located on either side of the anus at approximately the four oclock and eight oclock positions. Numerous specialized sebaceous (sweat) glands that produce a foul smelling secretion line the walls of the sacs. Each sac is connected to the outside by a small duct that opens just. Results suggest that anal sacculectomy is a safe and effective treatment for non-neoplastic anal sac disease in dogs and is associated with a low rate of complications. The standard open technique was associated with the greatest number of complications, whereas complication rates for the closed and modified open techniques were similar to each. the anal sacs are glands located near the dogs anus that produce secretions that are normally expressed during defecation. The secretions are normally pungent and straw-colored with brown flecks. Looking for information please in response to recent contacts through the website cavalier matters i know it is one of the risks of the surgery, and sadly vets dont always explain that clearly. bowel incontinence in dogs, aka canine fecal incontinence, is the inability of a dog to control his bowel movement. As a result, the dog has accidents and poops in inappropriate places. This health problem is a headache for dog parents, to say the least. Physical traumas and surgical complications are other causes for canine bowel incontinence. Accidents or improper handling of the spinal cord, especially in the lumbo-sacral region can lead to partial or complete paralysis of the hind quarter in dogs, which surely affects efficacy and functioning of muscles, thus may end with bowel incontinence. My 7-year-old chocolate lab has been dealing with chronic anal gland infections since feb. We tried various antibiotics, hot compresses, regular expressions, and hypoallergenic food. reservoir incontinence results from a failure of the large bowel to accommodate to the colorectal content. Animals with reservoir incontinence are usually aware of feces in the rectum and are able to sense imminent defecation. Reservoir incontinence is most often characterized by frequent, conscious defecation, but not by inadvertent anal.