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Q. My dog will all of a sudden start drooling and foaming at mouth and run around in distress trying to get on our laps while panting. Very concerned

A. It sounds unspecific. It can be connected with intoxication, allergic reaction, behavioural issue ( fear of something) You should see a vet to check what is going on, especially if you will notice other concerning symptoms

Answered By
ZANETA KRASON

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