Meeting a new puppy is quite an event for a dog that already lives in your house. It can be confusing and scary for them, and their anxiety might kick in the hyperactivate drooling process.
One of the first signs of over-excitement is drooling, followed by intense tail-wagging, panting, and even pacing around the pupper.
Jealousy is a strong emotion similar to stress that your furry friend can experience, and when they do, they might drool much more than usual.
You wouldn’t think a puppy can kickstart a sex-driven reaction, but pheromones don’t lie. If your pup is old enough to start becoming sexually mature or is already in heat, it’s rare but possible.
Dental problems are the main culprit when it comes to medical-related excessive drooling, but respiratory problems, liver disease, and even rabies are all possibilities.