Edited to post the picture on my latter post.
This is seen when he's being held on his stomach with the back end being elevated. He hates being held on his back for impaction cleanings so we do it this way.
I realize there are tiny bits if carefresh on his rear.
lol, my kid's are absolutely repulsed right now.
On a more serious note, could someone post a penis with smegma still on it so we can see what we should be looking for? Rodney sometimes gets a super smelly white paste looking stuff on his penis.
- For Rocky
I think it's also important to realize that the "sac" is really more of a pocket. Some pockets can be held open a wide distance, others have a smaller space. Some can be turned inside out, but many cannot. So you reach into the pocket (in this case with a Q-tip) and scoop out what's inside. Once you get used to it, it's not that big a deal.
Your boy is definitely male. Here is the picture with the wording on it; I could be wrong about what appears to be the grease gland though.
For some reason the right image isn't showing up. There's an arrow pointing to the prepuce but it's not showing on here, it also looks grainy, which the newer picture I tried to post doesn't. I've discovered it's an issue with Photobucket because when I go to the direct link it takes me to the version that isn't pointing to the prepuce. Well hopefully it's good enough since I can't get Photobucket to work and don't know how to remedy this problem.
I think James' sac might be a little "stretchy" because of his age and the fact that he had gotten several impactions in his old home and he had a really big (the exotics veterinarian said it was as large as a cat feces, poor guy) one when we picked him up from the shelter. I've heard it's not as "elastic-y" in adult boars that have had impactions. The big pink thing is his prepuce just so there's no confusion.
Surprisingly, the grease gland on my boys (one neutered, one currently intact but may have to be neutered to help reduce his serious impaction issues) is hardly active at all, I've never felt stuff on it or had to clean it.