no, this has happened before, but as far as I know, only at night. I'll be holding her and then have a huge wet spot on me and her neck and chin are soaking wet. I've looked in her mouth and all looks good
the other times this happened it lasted for at least several hours. I've only seen her do this at night, and it went on for hours and was still going on when I went to bed. this is the first time i've seen her do this during the day.
been using the same detergents, soap, for years. there hasn't been any changes there.
My veterinarian is a fantastic doctor and a very good friend. I trust her very much. She said she was going to do some research on this drooling and see what she could find. As I said, we've done every possible test to find answers to all that is going on, with no success, other than it being something psychological, which, the denosyl seems to be helping a lot with. It's very strange. Never had any of these problems, then one day all these things started to gradually begin. Perhaps it's time to see a gastroenterologist. I only want whats best for my dog and will do anything I can for her -- as long as I believe it's in her best interest. She seems to be feeling good, eating, drinking, eliminating, just this drooly I don't understand.
Thanks for your help.
Sorry, lost electricity for a bit....strange. Anyway, I'll be sure to let you know if we find anything. Thanks for your thoughts.