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 |  Feb 2nd 2009  |   2 Contributions


My year old Shih Tzu male, drooled a last night
and this morning. What would cause that? He ate
today and drank water. He drooled a lot all over
the bed. Please help. Thank you

Naomi
Park City, KS

There are many causes of drooling. You can read all about them here:

http://drbarchas.com/drooling

I am worried about my 14 year old cat, I just
discovered she had peed in her bed and has still
been sleeping in it after the urine had dried. I
had always thought that cats and dogs do not sleep
where they releive themselves.

Deb
Cincinnati, OH

There are several reasons why a pet may urinate in an unusual or inappropriate location. Please check here for more info:

http://drbarchas.com/feline_housesoiling

My beagle is three years and he has breath that smells
like he is rotting from the inside out. This has
only been in the past year. His diet has not been
changed what could be causing this and how do I
correct it?

Annette
Lafayette, Indiana

Dental disease is the most common cause of halitosis (bad breath) in pets. But there are other causes. Read here for more information:

http://drbarchas.com/halitosis

Unfortunately, I can't answer all of the questions I receive through Catster and Dogster. If you submit a question that doesn't get published, you may still be able to find an answer at my website, drbarchas.com. It's completely free!

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