Apr 5, 2012 ... Dogs drool; there is no way around it. Some will drool more, some less,
depending on the breed and other factors. (From our observation also ...
WebMD discusses dog drooling and salivary problems in dogs including types,
symptoms and treatments.
Now, you're probably wondering, “What do I do if I didn't see anything at all
unusual in my dog's mouth?” The truth is that drooling can be caused by things ...
Any number of oral/dental diseases or systemic illnesses can cause drooling.
The fact that it's a sudden and unusual event is a very good reason to have a ve...
This page looks at some common causes of excessive drooling in dogs. ... If you
cannot find anything unusual in your dog's mouth, consider the following ...
... such as the St. Bernard and the mastiff, are known for excessive drooling. ...
unilateral lesions), hold the head in an unusual position while eating, or drop
Jul 23, 2012 ... Ever wonder why your dog is drooling so much? ... excess drool, in general, isn't
indicative of a health problem, unless it's unusual for your dog.
Oct 6, 2007 ... Nallah has been drooling a lot in the past few hours. We've noticed that her
mouth keeps dripping and its like her mouth is watering ...
Dec 5, 2009 ... She is acting very lethargic and as if she does not feel good and is very calm
which is unusual for her. My other dog is also drooling but not as ...