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Even though pugs are smelly dogs, you can control the bad dog odor. No one wants a stinky pet on their furniture or in their house. Luckily there are some things that you can do to help your pet smell better, but first, you need to find the source of the bad stench. dr jones shows you home remedies to remove the anal gland odor, along with what you need to do to express anal glands at home and keep the smell away. 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. If your dog smells like fish, it is probably not because he figured out how to spray himself with eau de sardine. take your dog to a veterinarian at the first signs of an odor to properly diagnose a potential health issue. Identification a dogs anal glands consist of two small sacs, located on either side of the anus at the 4 oclock and 8 oclock positions, according to petplace. They have small receptacles of foul-smelling liquid a lot like skunks! Your dog has two anal glands, near the anal opening, at 4 oclock and 8 oclock. The glands can empty when your dog poops, or when hes stressed. Treatment of anal sac disorders in dogs the veterinarian can go ahead and empty the anal sacs by gently using his finger to push up on the gland starting at the bottom to squeeze out the material. If the glands are infected, he will usually flush them out with saline or a softening solution to remove the hardened material. In this video we cover symptoms and how anal gland problems are diagnosed. 6 natural ways to ease your dogs anal sac distress does your dog have an itchy butt? Is your dog scooting across the floor? Anal gland or anal sac issues might be at play. Posted by audrey webb in anal glands, general, pug health, the poco diaries. Ever wonder about pugs and anal glands? I thought this was a great time to write a blog about pugs and anal gland problems.