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05-05-2014 06:26 PM
KHLOE Havent noticed anymore drooling after yesterday just happened bout 3 times yesterday within the same hour that stings of drool would be dripping from her mouth. I have checked her teeth and all in her mouth she seems fine I will get her in for a checkup soon just to make sure tho. thanks everyone for the help.
05-04-2014 10:57 PM
Courtney Drool could be a sign of pain. Dogs will also drool when they are nauseated, like mentioned. Check the mouth, gums & teeth. She could have ate something.

When Rusty was a pup he got a twig wedged at the roof of his mouth.

I would call the vet.
05-04-2014 08:58 PM
my boy diesel how long has she not been eating?
sounds like she is nauseated
05-04-2014 08:10 PM
Apoolutz Gunner gets like that when he's about to vomit, he gets car sick
05-04-2014 04:40 PM
whitbit317 It could possibly be pancreatitis. Does she seem to be in any pain? Other than being off her food, are there any other symptoms? How are her stools? I would say a vet trip may be in order.
05-04-2014 04:02 PM
KHLOE
Slimy Drool strings

Just today my 4 month old has a problem with some slimy drool strings coming out the side of her mouth. Should I be worried? She hasn't been eating and I assumed that was because she was teething and so I am hoping this drool is teething to but it is slimy so I hope it isn't anything too serious

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