I have a yellow lab who when he comes back into the house after being out in the cold (usually 20 degrees or lower) for a little while quite often has “drippy mouth”. You can watch the saliva drip out of his mouth like a faucet that was left on. This can go on for a couple hours at a time. Have any of you heard of anything like this and IS THERE A FIX???
[quote=Brent]IHave any of you heard of anything like this and IS THERE A FIX???
Yes (I have seen this symptom). However, unless there is a pathologic problem, e.g. dental disease, this is not a symptom that needs “fixing”. It is much, much more important to look at the totality of symptoms to see if the drooling after exposure to cold is significant in his overall picture.
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