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impacted anal sacs can cause the area around the pets anus to become swollen. Chronic inflammation of the rectum and perineum (perianal fistula) causes a bad-smelling and swollen area of the tissues around the anus, called the anal glands. This area may have sores and ulcers, which are painful and can cause infections. Anal sac disease is caused by clogging or infection of glands called anal sacs located on each side of the anus. The anal sacs are related to the scent glands in skunks and produce a small amount of foul-smelling liquid. 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. This inflammation causes the tiny ducts that empty the anal sacs to swell shut. With the ducts swollen shut, the material within the sac dries out and hardens, first into a paste, then into a hard, gritty material. the main problems uppermost in this veterinarians mind are anal sac abscess the anal sacs become infected and form an abscess that bursts. Anal furunculosis this unpleasant condition occurs when the tissue around the anus simply melts away, leaving deep sores and tracts that are extremely painful for the dog. The signs of anal sac disease are related to pain and discomfort associated with sitting. The dog may scoot its buttocks on the ground, lick or bite at the anal area, and have painful defecation with straining. If the glands are impacted, hard masses can be felt in the area of the sacs. If left untreated, an impaction can lead to a serious infection. Signs that include excessive attention or wariness of your dogs anal area can be a clear indication that something is wrong. Characterized by swollen, red swelling on either side of a dogs anus, anal gland infection is caused by bacteria that enters the gland, most likely through the duct. Affected dogs may bite or lick the area beneath their tail, or scoot their bottoms on the ground to alleviate discomfort.