When should I be worried about my dog drooling?

When should I be worried about my dog drooling?

If your dog is drooling and showing other signs you should contact a vet right away as it could be a sign of an underlying issue. Some issues that might accompany drooling include appearing lethargic, aggression, panting, shaking, pawing at their face, not eating, diarrhoea or bleeding from their mouth.

What should I do if my dog is drooling excessively?

Treatment of Excessive Drooling in Dogs First, see your vet to determine the underlying cause. The vet can recommend the proper treatment, which could include: Dental treatment if the cause is due to periodontal disease (this may require removing teeth) Medication such as antibiotics if the cause is bacterial.

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