drool in water bowl

by gregg harr
(oregon usa)


when I change the water bowl I have begun seeing a lot of drool in the bottom of the bowl. is this normal for a pyr?

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Jan 24, 2017
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Drool
by: Donna

It depends on your Pyr. If he has 'loose' lips, he will drool more than a Pyr with 'tight' lips.

Loose lips allow water/saliva to flow out of his mouth unimpeded.

Feb 28, 2019
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by: Anonymous

I have to rinse the water bowl out at least once a day. There will be a couple inches of slimy looking water that none of the dogs will drink. I can tell it is not water because of the way it pours out. Kind of like pouring egg whites. So yes mine drools in his bowl alot. This week he has started eating his own fur that has shed. He was laying g on the couch so I looked over to make sure it was his fur and not another of my sons stinky socks and there was an actual puddle on my wood floor. That was only about 30 seconds of him chewing. They drool alot.

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