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There really is no set cause for this. Sometimes if the glands produce a thicker discharge then they have trouble expressing through the glands small opening. If the pet is overweight or has softer stool then they can have trouble expressing their glands on their own. If it is due to a softer stool you can feed them plain canned pumpkin to firm up the BM which may help. Otherwise you will need to express the glands for the dog or have the vet's office do it for you. You should not attempt expressing these glands on your own.
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How to Express Dog Anal Glands – Keeping your Pekingese Thoroughly Clean
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If your dog's anal glands are all clogged up and in dire need of emptying, he'll probably make it pretty obvious to you via his uncomfortable body language. Although the problem seems kind of embarrassing and weird, it's actually pretty standard in canines. Anal glands are frequently called "anal sacs," too. Even if you never think about it, all dogs are equipped with a set of anal sacs. These little pockets make their home surrounding your pet's anus.
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Warning: This post describes disgusting bodily functions. When I was starting veterinary school, I visualized myself as "the boy-wonder equine surgeon". Had I known how much of my life would be involved with anal sacs, I might well have made a different career choice. Sometimes people call them "anal glands" instead of "anal sacs".