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Slobbering and Excessive Salivation in Horses
  • Clover Poisoning
  • Choke
  • Mouth Diseases

  by Robert N. Oglesby DVM


Introduction » Diagnosis » Clover Poisoning » Esophageal Obstruction » Mouth Problems » More Info 

Excessive slobbering is a commonly reported problem in horses. Saliva is a clear, sticky fluid that in a healthy horse has little odor other than the last thing he ate. This article discusses the diagnosis and treatment of some of the common problems including clover poisoning, choke (esophageal obstruction), and mouth diseases. Slobbering can be caused by a number of problems some which may be serious, so if you cannot determine a cause, call a vet.
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      ~Last Updated: July 10, 2015;
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Discussions on Slobbering, Salivation, and Clover Poisoning
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iconSlobbering, depression, swollen neck27 Oct 5, 14
iconCoughing after eatingSep 22, 09
iconClover Slobbering with Nasal Discharge, CoughJun 29, 09
iconSlobbering with nasal swellingSep 2, 04
iconSalivation and swollen cheeksNov 20, 00
iconSalivating in stressful situationsFeb 5, 02
iconSlobbering???15 Jul 27, 06
iconExcessive Slobbering Jul 1, 99
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