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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-22-2019, 10:46 AM Thread Starter
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4 1/2 drooling alot

hi there i woke up this am and noticed my puppy drooling alot he is eating and drinking fine no issues could it be teething????
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Puppies get into all sorts of things. I would check his mouth to see if there is something stuck between his teeth, or in the roof of his mouth.

In my experience, teething does not normally cause drooling!
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i checked his mouth there is nothing caught he has alot of loose teeth and seems his gums are tender he hasnt changed at all eating drinking pooping running around everything is the same just drooling especially when he lays down its like its draining out on the floor
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Oookay, that's why I said "In MY experience..." LOL - guess maybe it IS the teething causing him to drool!

Give him things to chew on. I got a special toy for one of my pups, that was supposed to be for a teething pup. It had little raised nubs on it.

Within about two weeks, my toy monster had chewed all the nubs off... Don't know if that helped with the teething or not!
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its kinda like a slimy thick clear drool if that makes sense
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Drooling can be a sign of nausea. I would just keep a close eye on him. Give him something to chew on to help the teething. I liked frozen lamb/pork/beef neck bones best.
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post #7 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-22-2019, 12:44 PM
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My puppy used to drool a lot too at that age and younger He wasn't ill just drooled a lot Now at 7 1/2 mos Its most certainly decreased now so hopefully its just teething 🙂
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As Jax said, it can be nausea.
In my experience, the only time Hans drooled without food around was when he wanted to throw up.


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he didnt throw up as of now and like i said everything is normal with him i will continue to watch him
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I only know drooling to mean nausea or major stress
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