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Generally speaking, its not necessary to empty a dogs anal glands because they usually empty by themselves. But there are occasions when they dont, and this will be very uncomfortable for your dog. Lets see how these glands should be emptied with a step by step explanation. starting off with a quick anatomy lesson, stephen shows how dogs anal glands are supposed to function, before showing how to empty them manually if they have become blocked. If your puppy is scooting across the carpet, ground or grasssit down and pull itself forward while dragging its bottomyou need to learn how to express anal glands. Puppy scooting generally means the poochs bottom is irritated and that can be caused by tapeworms, diarrhea or even fleas, but most often can be blamed on irritated anal glands. 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. Dog anal glands issues are not life-threatening but can cause discomfort and pain for the animal. Technically, dogs empty their anal sacs every time they defecate. Sometimes, dogs can also empty their anal sacs when they become scared. The fluid inside the anal sacs can shoot or spray outward when your dog becomes scared, not as a deterrent or protective measure, but more likely thanks to an involuntary contraction of the sphincter muscles. Anal gland infection is a common and uncomfortable problem for puppies. The glands secrete a liquid or creamy brownish yellow substance that may smell good to your puppy but can be quite offensive to humans. Smaller breeds typically develop impacted anal glands when the sacs fail to empty normally. Anal gland expression is an art and science, although its not much fun for any discipline. To perform the procedure, have a helper hold the puppy while you express the glands. Place the dog so she is on all fours, and, while wearing latex gloves, place some lubricant such as petroleum jelly on your index finger. Your dogs anal glands are two grape-shaped glands located just below the anus to either side. The pheromones they secrete give canines vital information about one another, including health, age, and sex.