3 Signs Your Dog Has An Infected Anal Gland

Posted on: 10 April 2020
Dogs have glands around their anus that give off a scent for other animals. These scents can tell other animals your dog's sex and age and even information about their health. You may have never noticed anything about this gland, but smaller dogs have to have these anal glands expressed for them to prevent issues. Larger dogs will express these glands on their own. When the glands are not expressed, it may result in infection.
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