We have a 2yo boxer mix who is having a really hard time with her anal glads. About 6 months ago we noticed a fishy, smelly odor coming her and were not sure what it was. We took her to the vet, thinking she could have a UTI, which the vet checked her for, but didn't find anything. They made no mention to us about a dog's anal glands. Every so often, we noticed that smell again, and we finally tracked it back to her anal glads. We took her back into our vet to have her glands checked, and they verified it was indeed her glads, but they were not full, not impacted, and not infected, so they only prescribed increasing her fiber by adding pumpkin to her food. We did this for a little over a month with absolutely no positive impact on her involuntary expressing of her glands. We reached out again to our vet and they recommended we change to a salmon based, grain free food, which she has been on for over 6 weeks, but the problem still exists. It has gotten to the point where she will express them anytime she is relaxed, playing, or just walking around the house, and it's getting very hard to handle. She is very healthy, and the vet says she is at a great weight for her size. Has anyone else experienced this type of issue, and if so, have you found a way to resolve the problem. She does not show any signs of irritation, she does not scoot across the floor, and she does not lick her rear, only after she expresses in an attempt to clean up her mess. Any guidance anyone can provide would be extremely helpful.