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My was very quiet couple of days no wagging her tail etc

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My King Charles was very quiet for a couple of days no wagging her tail etc tail was mainly tucked under her, she has returned to normal but I have noticed when drooling it's not as clear as normal and stringy should I be worried? She is generally a sleepy snuggle dog but has recently taken to wanting to be on my lap I put this down to missing us when we were at work all day now I'm not sure?
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Dog Veterinary
Expert:  Ola Barrett replied 11 months ago.

Hello, I am Dr RB:) Is her appetite okay? Signs of increased "clinginess" and drooling can be attributed to a few things... Anxiety/stress, nausea, pain/discomfort or dental disease are on the top of the list. As far as anxiety goes.. Does she have a history of separation anxiety? Have any changes happened lately such as traveling, house visitors during in the holidays, recent rain and thunderstorms? Nausea can manifest as drooling excessively but if her appetite and drinking are okay this is less likely. Check for any discomfort or pain anywhere, including her oral cavity.

Expert:  Ola Barrett replied 11 months ago.

Just checking to see if Callie is feeling better? If you have other questions, let me know. If my advice helped you, please take a moment to give my response a positive rating? This insures that I receive compensation for my time and expertise..

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