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Drooling puppy YUCK!

so lately chester has been drooling a lot! when we were on our car ride to Petco he was drooling so much it was just dripping everywhere and i thought it was just because he was car sick but then today as he was napping when i woke him up for his walk his whole side of his face was wet and full of drool. im not sure if this is normal. does anyone else have a golden who drools a lot? its like i have a bulldog instead of a golden haha i just would like to know if this is normal.
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This happened to Molly not too long ago. She woke up in a POOL of drool and I thought it was a weird one time occurrence, but she kept drooling the whole day especially when she was napping. I read that drooling could be due to nausea, and that's exactly what it was, because at the end of the day she threw up three times all close to each other. She stopped drooling after she threw up the third time and was fine.
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This happened to Molly not too long ago. She woke up in a POOL of drool and I thought it was a weird one time occurrence, but she kept drooling the whole day especially when she was napping. I read that drooling could be due to nausea, and that's exactly what it was, because at the end of the day she threw up three times all close to each other. She stopped drooling after she threw up the third time and was fine.
I'm not sure for us if it's nausea, last night we put him in his crate and when I went to the kitchen I saw he had stringy drool so I opened the crate and wiped it off.


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Maverick drools everyday, when he sees me eating
Lol! Chester is starting to drool now it's so yucky


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Just wanted to get some more feedback I came home today and Chester was really wet he was drooling again. Could it be stress of being in the crate? He's usually out all day except when I'm at class which is only from 8:30 till 2:20 on Tuesday's and Thursday's. He has a vet appointment for his rabie shot on Saturday so I'll be asking her this as well. I'm also wondering if it's the teething he just lost one of the big ones on the side ( I was able to grab it before he ate it) but I read somewhere his gums may be too big or something that's why he's drooling
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hhmm Bentley hasn't drooled so I can't help there, sorry. His lips leak though, he gets a drink and leaks throughout the entire house LOL
He lost his last tooth the other day and I didn't find it so I have 0 teeth
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When Bear is sucking food out of his Kong, he's been known to wet the sofa through and through. YUCK!

Also, as with Bentley, Bear leaks water.... this is usually the times he finds it best to kiss Mommy. SLURP!

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Very possible it is due to teething.

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How old is Chester? Loki is now 18 weeks old & no sign of any drooling. Will be interested to see what your vet says, just in case Loki starts doing it. Human babies can often drool with teething, so wonder if that could be the reason. If he still has a good appetite, I don't think it would be nausea.
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