Some dog breeds are specifically salivating, but that’s a hallmark of every eb.
In the absence of sweat glands, dogs get rid of the heat by panting. However, there are dogs that drip their saliva in both winter and summer.
However, there may be a reason behind salivation to help digestion. This is the case with man. Food mixed with saliva and chewing already helps digestion in the oral cavity. Saliva also softens the food and can help get rid of bacteria.
If the puppy's saliva drips harder than usual, it could be a sign of something bigger problem. You should pay attention to it and consult a veterinarian with the symptom. It may indicate that the puppy has swallowed a foreign object or even a cancer.
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