Anal sac dog problems
Dog Anal Glands: 12 Ways to Prevent and Treat Anal Gland
Anal Sac Disease in Dogs: Learn about Anal Sac Disease, including how it affects your dog, and what options are available to manage this condition.
How to Treat Anal Sac Problems & Scooting in Dogs
If you see your dog scooting his butt on the ground, licking or biting at it, or sitting seems to be uncomfortable, he may have an anal gland problem. The reason that diet plays such a big role in anal gland problems is that commercially processed foods and even some raw foods are too soft.
Anal Gland Problems in Dogs and Cats petMD
Symptoms of anal gland problems will vary, however common signs that your dog may exhibit include the following: scooting of the rear end on the floor, licking or chewing beneath the tail, a sudden foul fishy odor or leakage, andor redness or swelling near the anal area.