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Anal sac disease begins as an uncomfortable impaction and can progress to an infection or abscess. Scooting licking or biting his rear end a bad smell constipation or pain when poopingsitting stages of anal sac disease. Normally, when a dog poops, the fluid in his anal sacs is squeezed out, too. An anal abscess is a painful condition in which a collection of pus develops near the anus. Most anal abscesses are a result of infection from small anal glands. Symptoms of anal sac inflammation include scooting (rubbing bottom on floor or carpet), chewing and licking the rear end, and sudden jumping up from resting position. The problem is best diagnosed and treated by your veterinarian, who will express or empty out your dogs anal glands. Symptoms of anal sac adenocarcinoma in dogs the tumors of this type of disease often grow inward, and though a lump may be visible, the actual tumor may be quite larger. The symptoms associated with anal sac disease in cats depends on the severity and nature of the problem. In any case, anal sac disease is a painful condition and will make even the gentlest feline display aggression. The first sign a cat owner will notice is scooting, rubbing, licking or biting of the rear portion of the body. If you notice that your dog keeps licking their anus, or your dog is dragging their butt, it may due to a medical condition. One of the associated medical conditions is anal sac disease. This disorder is characterized by an obstructed or infected 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 produce a foul smelling fluid which is released whenever the dog passes a bowel movement. Bacteria that are normally present in the feces can readily travel up the ducts and enter the sacs resulting in infection.