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she also explains how to tell if your dogs anal glands might need expressing. The dachshund anal glands (also called anal sacs) are two glands secreting an unpleasant fluid through tiny ducts opening into the anus. my last girl was part miniature dachshund and she had her anal glands expressed at every grooming. In her senior years, when i groomed her myself, i never did it and she was fine--no abscesses, impacted glands, or fishy episodes. Anal sacs are a pair of glands present near the anus in a dog. These sacs generally get emptied on their own when the dog passes stool. But, if for some reason this does not happen regularly, it can lead to a strong unpleasant fishy odor. This failure to empty the anal sacs is seen more often in smaller breeds, like dachshunds. Dachshund health problems include anal glands - in dogs are also known as scent glands as it is the secretion from these glads that marks the dogs territory and identify other dogs. These glads empty normally when the dog poops, a normal firm stool, if it is soft the gland will not empty. my little boy dachshund has infected anal glands and was in the vets friday for antibiotics, i was thinking thismorning while making dog breakfast it has only happened since i changed to burns dog food (he went off james wellbeloved) so now am thinking of changing to arden grange or simular food, he doesnt eat too much he gets 15g dry for brekkie and 16th tray of naturediet or 12 tin arden. watch this video on how to safely express your dogs anal glands. Check out more pet health tips at fortitude valley vet blog (httpwww.). A dog has two scent glands located on each side of his rectum. These glands, also called anal sacs, contain an unpleasant-smelling liquid used to mark territory. When a dog produces a bowel movement, the pressure against the sacs in the rectum should release the fluid naturally. my 4 month old male mini dachshunds anal glands are quite smelly, and seem to be full or smelly more than what seems to be normal. Its so gross, and im forced to empty them or else the furniture and our clothes will stink- yuck! Ive read several questions asking about this similar problem. One of my previous family dogs, was a rescued beagle dachshund mix had serious anal gland issues. If your dogs anal glands need to be expressed, you might catch yourself wrinkling your nose all of the time -- a natural reaction to the yuck-inducing smell coming out from your pets backside. If the odor is extremely reminiscent of old fish and a lot more heightened than anything you pick up on the ground when you take him outside, you likely know exactly whats going on.