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An anal abscess is a painful condition in which a collection of pus develops near the anus. Most anal abscesses are a result of infection from small anal glands. But anal gland problems in dogs are fairly common and if not treated promptly, can lead to serious lifelong issues. If youve seen your dog scooting across the room on his bottom, it could be a sign of anal sac disease. They make a smelly, oily, brown fluid that dogs use to identify each other and mark their territory. Anal sac disease begins as an uncomfortable impaction and can progress to an. When the glands fill with pus, they may burst inward, releasing their infected contents into the spaces around the rectum and anus. Often, a dog with an anal gland abscess is too painful to examine until theyve had a few days of medication. Your dog is likely to need anti-inflammatory pain relief and antibiotics to fight the infection (unless the gland has burst open, in which case antibiotics are often unecessary). When the anal gland becomes infected and anal sac disease occurs, the infection will need to be treated. However, the pain makes this difficult and the dog may need an analgesic to reduce the effects of the pain. The treatment for a dog with a ruptured anal gland abscess depends on whether the abscess has ruptured or not. However, in both cases, in order for the treatment to be effective, the source of the infection needs to be removed.