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Out of nowhere she would leave the smelly brown oil where she was sitting or laying. We went to the vet and she prescribed antibiotics to clear the infection up (which it did) and she also expressed the glands which were full. The thing is, here glands started leaking again the very next. If your dog has chronic problems with their anal glands, you know what i mean. Anal glands (also called anal sacs) are on each side of and slightly below the anal opening, at about 4 and 8 oclock. By linda (houston, texas) after going to vet yesterday and finding out our catahoulagreat dane does not have impacted anal glands, there is still an anal gland fluid that is draining from his rectum area constantly. That means the vet or groomer squeezes them by hand to get the fluid out. ) over the last few decades, anal gland problems have been a pain in the butt for both dogs and cats. Dog anal glands issues are not life-threatening but can cause discomfort and pain for the animal. How to solve your dogs anal glands problem quickly and for life december 6, 2010 by dan 81 comments there is no doubt you as a pet owner would rather have your dogs anal glands functioning properly than not. Anal sac disorders involve impaction of anal sac fluid, inflammation of the sac(s) and abscess of the sac(s), which can lead to a dog having a ruptured anal gland. Small breed dogs like toy poodles, shih tzus and chihuahuas are more predisposed than other breeds. Anal glands are two small, grape-shaped glands located just under the skin at four oclock and eight oclock to the anus. The fluidy, odoriferous material they normally produce is used by dogs, cats and other small mammals to lend a unique scent to their stool, thereby identifying it as their own. What are the anal sacs? The anal sacs are two small pouches located on either side of the anus at approximately the four oclock and eight oclock positions. The walls of the sac are lined with a large number of sebaceous (sweat) glands that produce a foul smelling fluid. The fluid is stored in the anal sacs and is released through a small duct or canal that opens just inside the anus. But anal gland problems in dogs are fairly common and if not treated promptly, can lead to serious lifelong issues.