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Anal sacculectomy in dogs is the removal of a canines anal glands. And touch the area after surgery, infection sometimes occurs and antibiotics are needed. Additionally, if there was an anal sac rupture before surgery took place,. ive searched the web for hours now and cant seem to find a straightfoward answer. My dogs anal glands are constantly leaking, regardless of how frequently we manually express the anal glands. I am not looking for a tutorial on how to properly express them or someone telling me to take him to the vet (which i have already done on numerous occasions). When is it appropriate to consider anal gland surgery in dogs? My 7-year-old chocolate lab has been dealing with chronic anal gland infections since feb. Anal sac cancer causes local problems, mainly because of pain and straining to defecate. Anal sac apocrine gland adenocarcinoma also leads to systemic issues, including hypercalcemia and metastasis. Affected patients are older female dogs in 90 percent of the cases. Anal sac disease in cats that was caused by impaction or infection and did not progress has a very positive outlook. The condition may reoccur, which is why it is important to revisit your veterinarian and discuss prevention methods of anal sac disease in your cat. This is the technical term for surgical removal of the anal sac. It is often recommended for recurrent cases of anal sac infection or anal sac impaction, and is necessary for treatment of anal sac tumors. 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 cat passes a bowel movement. The anal sacs or their ducts can become inflamed or infected due to a variety of causes. Not sure if your dog still has a problem with its anal glands but my little one has just had both his glands removed on 11th january so i think im fairly clued up and able to advise you. Feel free to get in touch for advice on the operation and some advice on ways to treat the problem so as to avoid the surgery. veterinary surgical procedure adapted from a technique commonly used for the removal of ferret anal glands. Overall complication rate is low, but serious complications can result in death or the need for additional surgery.