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Dog drool is cool!
Drool is a normal, natural part of the canine digestive process. Did you know that dog saliva has health benefits? Drool isn't there for slobbery kisses alone! But excessive or irregular drooling can be a sign of a health issue or injury.
Drooling has you concerned?
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, diarrhea, or bleeding from their mouth.
The problem could be a fractured tooth or tumors inside the mouth, esophagus, and/or throat. Tartar buildup and irritation of the gums can also lead to drooling, as can an infection in the mouth. In addition, a foreign body can lead to slobbering.