What Causes a Dog to Foam at the Mouth?

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Reasons that may cause a dog to foam at the mouth include nausea, anxiety, exposure to foul-tasting substances, dental disease, metabolic disorders, poisoning or infection with the rabies virus. It may also be as a result of epilepsy or kidney disease.
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Rabies is a serious viral infection that is often fatal. Dogs with rabies may have both foaming at the mouth and blindness accompanied by other symptoms such as loss of coordination
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The two most common reasons for a dog to foam at the mouth are rabies,
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Foaming at the mouth during a seizure is common for dogs and humans.
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Dogs do not have the ability to sweat in order to control temperature and so they lose heat by panting and evaporating moisture from the tongue and mouth. The foam is simply a sign
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