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Old 04-22-2013, 12:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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One of my Salukis used to drool in the car too. He was terrified of car rides.


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Mmmmm :-( Lou is still drooling... I called the Vet, he said it could be a few things. One of them being that she may be cramping because she may be getting her first period. Or it could be upset stomach... Her activity level is normal, she is playing, eating, drinking water, and smiling.. He said if any of that changes to bring her in.... I'm a worried momma...

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My youngest Whippets drools in the car and when there is a thunderstorm. Pools and puddles of drool!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Matrix used to drool excessively in the car but grew out of it. Thank god!
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My spoo is a male so the 1st period idea is out...lol. He drools ALLOT when he is nervous. When he is nervous or excited, and if he reacts by panting, then there is LOTS of drool.
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Sushi drools when really hungry and I cook diner or when he knows he is getting raw food or raw bone. I was so suprise the first time I saw him drool, I never thought a poodle could drool, they are so aristocratic!
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Indy drools when I am making something she really, really loves....her favorite foods in the whole world are chicken and dumplings, and home-made buns. I too was really shocked when I first saw her drooling, when she was about 4 months old. I thought, oh no! She's in terrible pain or has some horrible puppy virus! But nope, just hungry. Maddy hardly ever drools, but once she did too when I was making cheese biscuits
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Portia drools in the car and is often sick if we drive too far (longer than 10 minutes)... :/ I'm dreading our first thunder storm because I have no idea what to expect... None of my other dogs get car sick, care about storms or lawnmower... I hope she is as relaxed...
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The thing is Lou had never drooled before, not even a little bit! So this is weird - that this much slobber is dripping from her mouth, it has been about 6 hours, and only in the last few minutes I 'm not seeing slobber on her mouth, she is laying on the couch with her mouth closed .I'm gonna keep watching her, I may spend the night awake and then in the morning have hubby observe her and wake me up if we need to take her to the vet. I'm always "extreme" ... I know... people tell me that a lot, I overdo things LOL But I love her like she is my daughter, no matter how many people may think that is silly... hehe <3
I also wasn't cooking :-(
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Portia drools in the car and is often sick if we drive too far (longer than 10 minutes)... :/ I'm dreading our first thunder storm because I have no idea what to expect... None of my other dogs get car sick, care about storms or lawnmower... I hope she is as relaxed...
Lou can't go more than 10 minutes either... but she has been drooling less and less in the car, maybe she is getting used to it. She also only drools "on the way there", on the way back home she sleeps. hehe
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