Expressing pug anal glands
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If your puppy is scooting across the carpet, ground or grass—sit down and pull itself forward while dragging its bottom—you need to learn how to express anal glands. Puppy scooting generally means the pooch's bottom is irritated and that can be caused by tapeworms , diarrhea or even fleas, but most often can be blamed on irritated anal glands. Your puppy has two anal glands located beneath the skin on either side of the rectum. Instead, anal glands give pet bathroom deposits sort of an individual smelly fingerprint. Pets sniff each other's bottoms as a way to communicate and "read" these scented name tags to identify each other.
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In my 10 years of working with dogs, anal glands have become, sort of, a normal topic of conversation for me. The sacs are lined with sebaceous glands that produce a very foul smelling substance. The pheromones secreted give other canines important info about your dog, like his age, sex, and overall health. This is also why your dog insists on smelling every pile of mystery poop along your daily walks. Every time a dog with healthy anal glands has a bowel movement, the glands are expressed naturally.
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Follow this guide and your pooch will surely smell like rainbows once again. Pugs often experience complications with their pooping and anal glands. And whilst this is very common, it should never go left untreated. Most often than not, a stinky behind is the result of anal gland issues. All dogs have anal glands otherwise known as anal sacs.
Your dog doesn't really need his anal glands. The noxious odor they secrete is used by canines for marking territory -- not a function necessary for today's family pet. In modern dogs, anal glands end up causing problems rather than serving any useful purpose.