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Last Post by BB at 5/13/2007 3:51 PM (5 Replies)
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User is Offline poopy
Orange County, CA
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5/08/2007 2:24 PM
Medusa has always drooled in her sleep since I got her. When she went for her checkup the vet didnt find any dental problems. She doesn't have a wet chin or anything. Is it normal to drool a bit during sleep?

User is Offline Gravehearted
Campbell, CA
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5/09/2007 8:57 AM
hmm, I've always thought drooling was an indication of a molar or tooth problem, but that doesn't sound like the issue since your vet didn't find any issues. None of my bunnies have ever drooled. Maybe someone else has experienced something similar?
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User is Offline poopy
Orange County, CA
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5/09/2007 9:18 AM
Ya she has no problems eating or anything. I can see the drool when she sleeps on my bed she'll leave a wet spot about the size of a cup-bottom on the sheet. It smells like drool....

User is Offline MooBunnay
Dallas, Texas (Allen)
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5/09/2007 1:39 PM
I was fostering a bun that did that, and she also check out OK at the vet.  I think it happens when they fall asleep and their head tips down onto the sheet.  If the vet says she's OK, its probably just a little quirk of hers!  The bunny that I was fostering that did it always fell asleep with her chin on the ground, which I think also led to the drooling.

User is Offline wendyzski
Chicago, IL
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5/09/2007 2:26 PM
Some buns are just drooly.

I had a foster-bun who would leave green puddles when eating his veggies, but his teeth checked out fine.  Guess he's just enthusiastic!

User is Offline BB
San Francisco Bay Area
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5/13/2007 3:51 PM
Rucy drools when she's resting but she does have missing teeth and problems with tooth spurs. (she gets them trimmed)
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