Why does my Golden Retriever have so much saliva?

Why does my Golden Retriever have so much saliva?

Dribbling can be a result of an issue with your dog’s salivary glands, such as infection or blockage, but in some cases, drooling can also be a sign of Liver disease or sadly Kidney failure. In older pets, it is also possible that a growth inside the mouth which may be cancerous can also cause excessive drooling.

Do Golden Retrievers drool?

Like most breeds of dogs, Golden Retrievers drool. Most often the drooling is caused by the excitement of food. Just the sight of food or watching humans eat can cause drooling. It is known that Golden Retrievers that have larger jaws will drool more than those with smaller jaws.

Do Golden Retrievers bite their owners?

Yes, Golden Retrievers are known for their good-natured demeanor, but they are still dogs. To start with, all dogs have the chance to bite. When it comes to Goldens, it seems that they have a stronger tendency to nip, especially when they’re very young.

Why are Golden Retrievers so clingy?

The most common reason why Golden Retrievers, especially puppies, become clingy and needy is separation. If your dog is still young and was recently separated from his mother, then that’s more than likely the reason why he’s clingy to you. Your boy, or girl, will grow and stop being so needy.

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