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Dogs and cats primarily use their anal gland secretions to mark their territory, and generally will secrete small amounts of fluid every time they defecate. Many will often express these glands when anxious or frightened as well. The consistency of the fluid ranges from thin, watery secretions to thick, gritty paste. These glands produce a serous yellow liquid with a powerful odor. Ferrets that are frightened or threatened can express their anal glands but, unlike skunks, are unable to project the fluid over long distances. anal glands, or anal sacs, are found on both sides of a dogs anus, just underneath his tail. This pair of small glands is filled with oily fluid that has a similar smell as the odor a skunk. Anal sac liquid is supposed to be dark brown or a grayish-brown color. Ideally, its oily and fairly fluid in consistency, though some dogs naturally produce a thicker discharge. When everythings working properly, this fluid drains efficiently through short, narrow ducts and is expelled near the anus. That means the vet or groomer squeezes them by hand to get the fluid out. ) over the last few decades, anal gland problems have been a pain in the butt for both dogs and cats. anal sac disorders involve impaction of anal sac fluid, inflammation of the sac(s) and abscess of the sac(s), which can lead to a dog having a ruptured anal gland. Small breed dogs like toy poodles, shih tzus and chihuahuas are more predisposed than other breeds.