Rabies is a severe viral infection that can lead to excessive drooling in dogs. If your dog is foaming at the mouth, consult a vet immediately.
Certain toxic substances, like household chemicals or plants, can cause foaming at the mouth in dogs. Keep dangerous items out of their reach.
Poor oral hygiene can result in excessive salivation and foaming. Regular dental care can prevent this issue.
Dogs can foam at the mouth when they are overheated. Ensure your pet stays cool in hot weather and provide plenty of water.
Seizures may cause foaming. If your dog experiences seizures, consult a veterinarian for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Stress and anxiety can lead to drooling and foaming. Create a calming environment for your dog and consider consulting a professional if needed.
Allergies, especially food allergies, can trigger excessive salivation. Identify and eliminate allergens from your dog's diet.