>>Any idea why my dog would be having veryvery heavy slobbering? He is
>>salivating so bad that his whole neck and mouth are just soaked, as
>>well as his blanket... Is this something I should call my vet about?
>> He has not had access to anything poison or anything like that....
>> Any ideas??
> Well....he's had access to *something* that didn't agree with him.
>Perhaps a new food, perhaps swallowed part of a toy, ate too much
>grass, a belly full of slugs (my Labs favorite trick as youngsters-
>-YUCK!)? Heavy duty salivation like that is usually a predecessor to
>puking. If there's no other bad signs at this point you might just wait
>a while and see if he throws up whatever is causing the upset.
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Thanks so much for replying! :) I called my vet just as a precaution..
at first she said just to watch him and see if he vomitted etc.. Well,
he never vomitted.. just kept salivating.. so bad that it required a
bath.. My vet called to check on him about an hour later and he was still
salivating.. I told her that there was a "U" shaped red mark on his
belly.. she thought perhaps it was a bite of some sort and said to give
him benadryl... Well, now he is out like a light because of the
i am soo worried about him.. i know that he needs his sleep, but I am
almost afraid to let him close his eyes..
If he is still doign this in the morning I am going to take him in for a
Anyone had this happen before? Heavy salivation without vomitting?
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