Join Date: Apr 2009
Dogs Name: Richter; Sypha; RIP Shanoa & Simon
Titles: Richter: CAA L1V NW1 L1I L1E L1C NW2 L2V ACT1 RATI WAC; Sypha: NW1 NW2 L1C L1V L1E RATI SOG WAC
Dogs Age: d.o.b. 7/13/2012; d.o.b. 12/6/2015
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I'd be concerned, personally. That seems very abnormal. I'd be checking for some kind of dental abnormality for sure, as 4X4 mentioned. I have a really good relationship with my vet...I never feel dismissed, so I hope you have that kind of relationship, too. Even if we can't figure out what's going on, we work together to figure out whether we need to keep pursuing it, find a specialist, decide whether it's just a mystery, etc.
You might start tracking what he's eating and doing if it's that regular and you and your vet aren't able to find a physical cause. As ECIN mentioned, it could be something environmental, although the amount of drool you describe is above and beyond what I've seen.
Richter & Sypha
Glengate's Mountain Fortress CAA ORT L1V NW1 L1I L1E L1C NW2 L2V L2I ACT1 RATI SOG WAC
& Sirai's Golden Masquerade ORT NW1 L1C L1V L1E L1I L2C L2I NW2 RATI SOG WAC
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