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    Default Re: Why is Walt foaming/drooling? Separation anxiety?

    Congratulations on having a new baby! I cannot say much about drooling in connection to anxiety but makes sense and great that you are all paying attention to him even though there's a new baby in the house. If he's close to you, perhaps you could spend some one to one time each day too when the baby sleeps (I'm not suggesting you go out and play ball but just hanging out the two of you).

    Castor drooled a lot when he tasted his shampoo last week and he very often gets this frothy little moustache when he sniffs interesting spots where other dogs have peed, for instance.


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    Default Re: Why is Walt foaming/drooling? Separation anxiety?

    You just answered your question...." after baby"

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    Default Re: Why is Walt foaming/drooling? Separation anxiety?

    Quote Originally Posted by WaltsMom View Post
    Sigh. Do you think that sounds like enough attention for a bully?
    It should be but bullies can be hogs for attention. You're doing about as much as anyone(even a bully) could expect. My suggestion is to keep on doing what you're doing and things will sort out. If they don't improve in a few weeks then move on to step #?. Please report back how things are going.

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    Default Re: Why is Walt foaming/drooling? Separation anxiety?

    Quote Originally Posted by WaltsMom View Post
    I believe the foaming started after baby. I have more to add. While my father in law was dog sitting with my kids while i was at the hospital, apparently Walt got bit by a Labrador. I felt scars on his head but i assumed it was from playing in the bushes... ill never leave him with my FIL again... anyways, walt is up to date on rabies but not sure if that is related.
    The anti-itch pills were given to me by his vet a couple months ago when i took him in for food allergies needing antibiotics and everything. I had some pills left over so i thought as needed id give them. Its called apoquel. I dont believe its related to the foaming since i rarely give it and didnt have a problem with it before.
    Quote Originally Posted by WaltsMom View Post
    Also, he now has hot spots in his feet. He's been licking his feet all 4 of them and now hot spots are coming up in between them. It's pretty frustrating.

    UGH -- lots happening all at once, it may just be some stress form all the changes. They are little OCD creatures and all the changes at once could just be a little too much. I have not used apoquel, but many others do and have great results. I use cytopoint shots for Lambeau to help his allergies, so far great results and no side effects at all.

    I agree with Chip... you are doing everything you can to keep him involved and as long as you continue that, he should be fine.

    Can you , if you have a chance, post a picture of his paws? What are his allergies.. environmental?
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