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Barked: Wed Jun 15, '11 4:30pm PST 
does anyone else experience this? When Ringo is inside he's fine. But out side he drools so bad that it looks like he has shoe strings hanging out of his mouth. There's always a water bowl out there. I have to get a paper towel and dry off his mouth before I let him in. Other then that, he's perfectly healthy.

Shake it baby!
Barked: Wed Jun 15, '11 4:32pm PST 
I know dogs drool a LOT when they are nauseas. Could something be making him feel sick outside?

Barked: Wed Jun 15, '11 4:40pm PST 
No Libby,they love being outside.

Edited by author Wed Jun 15, '11 4:41pm PST


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I'm a Meanie
Barked: Wed Jun 15, '11 4:52pm PST 
Bella drools more outside. Then, she'll shake her head and spread it over her nose. LOL

Momma is the- center of the- universe...
Barked: Wed Jun 15, '11 9:26pm PST 
Not my dogs. But the doofus who shaves his Golden also has to follow him around with a towel because of his excessive drooling. And I'm talking lines of spittle that would make a Newf blush with pride.

It's not normal, harmless, you could ask the Vet next time you're in.