Why Is My Boxer Drooling?

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Boxer is a type of a dog and they can drool due to a lot of factors. Drooling is uncontrollable saliva. Reason for drooling include the shape of the lips and serious exercise for instance a long run.
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Some breeds tend to drool more than others, depending on the mouth shape and size, and amount of saliva they produce.
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Many Boxers,especially those with loose jowls, slobber or drool, especially after eating and
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Not all boxers drool. Drooling is due to the length of the dogs flutes and how much padding they have. In part it is due to the breeders who choose a Dam and Sire who's flutes are
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nancy, I would have the vet check that. She could have something in her mouth or picked up something from the kennel.She could have eaten something that is making hard to swallow
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