You'll have to see if maybe he got stuck with something. Open his mouth and grab his tongue and pull it to the side of the mouth and have a peek up there and see if you can see anything. He may have just eaten something strange that is making him slobber. How long has this been going on for now? Call the vet and just see what he has to say.
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If you really open your ears and eyes, you will see that there is alot of great advice given on here. You just have to see it and hear it without closing off your mind.
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