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I have a 2 year old male setter. He continually drools. He is a house dog...but the misses is had enough of following him around with a towel wiping his drool. Anyone have any remedies? My vet does not really have a clue....

Net is I may be posting him as Free to a good home if I can't fix the issue.
 

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get a copy of monty pythons tape showing the use of a drool cup?
dogs drool. birds chirp. mop or keep him outside.
 

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I know with larger dogs(mastiffs and such) vets will on occasion remove salivary glands. I haven't done much research on it to know what it does to the dog long term or if they even do it on dogs smaller than those very large breeds.
 

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everlast1 said:
A good friend had the same problem, he still misses his wife.
:lol::lol::lol:
 

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Wow, give up on a dog becuase of drool:dizzy: :dizzy: !! Good thing dogs can't trade us in for our imperfections !
 

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dbortolani said:
I have a 2 year old male setter. He continually drools. He is a house dog...but the misses is had enough of following him around with a towel wiping his drool. Anyone have any remedies? My vet does not really have a clue....

Net is I may be posting him as Free to a good home if I can't fix the issue.
Maybe a baby bib??:rolleyes:

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