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Do your dog's anal glands need to be expressed? It's possible! Let's talk about how often your dog's anal glands need to be expressed, how to know when it's time, and how to do it correctly. This one's a bit of a trick question. Some dogs need their anal glands manually expressed on a regular basis, like once or twice a year, or even as often as every month in specific situations.
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How to Clean Anal Glands of a Poodle
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Each gland or sac opens into the anal area through a small duct. Unfortunately, the anal sacs can, on occasion, cause a variety of serious and painful problems. The exact function of the anal glands is often disputed and scientists still do not know why the sacs are there at all or why they sometimes cause problems. Some experts believe that they lubricate the passage of bowel movements.
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Anal Glands and Poodles
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Each sac is connected by a tiny duct to an opening just inside the anus. The walls of the anal sacs are lined with numerous specialised sebaceous sweat glands that secrete a smelly, oily, brown fluid that is stored in the anal sacs. Some of these smelly yellow-brown secretions are released through the ducts when the dog defecates.