These types of breeds are known for drooling Bloodhounds, Saint Bernard, Mastiffs, and Newfoundlands.
Drooling is normal when the dog is anticipating something he really likes.
Labradors will drool when they’re anticipating something.
Not normal drooling is when a dog is nervous, anxious panting or trembling are signs of nervousness. Drooling will go away once the stressor is removed.
Another sign of drooling is a pain in the mouth, throat or nausea. The dog does not want to swallow because it's painful. Drooling from a car ride can make a dog sick.
Dogs can become nauseous from an upset stomach.
Ingesting something toxic can cause drooling. If you see serious signs of vomiting, diarrhea, shaking, seizures, bruising, bleeding or very little energy. These are signs that the dog has ingested something toxic.
If drooling is not part of your of your dog's normal behavior take the dog to the vet and have him checked out.
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