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My 2.5 month old gsd puppy was showing froth coming from the mouth today morning,help?

My 2.5 month old gsd puppy was showing froth coming from the mouth today morning. I have started feeding Liv52 a day ago and scheduled for 3 days from 1st day of starting. As after 3rd day planned Deworming and then rabies shot. Today I cleaned her space with dettol and washed with fresh water, though some water left at a pothole. I have 4 doubts. 1. She might licked the dettol washed water from pothole in the floor. 2. Due to worms at her stomach. 3. Hot weather. 4. Rabies. She is no more giving any froth from mouth now. Please let me clear my doubts regarding this issue and probability and symptoms of rabies.
By Ansh · 16 Apr 2010 10:32 am

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By bhartan · 16 Apr 2010 4:07 pm
dogs foam at their mouth when they have licked some thing that is disagreeable to their system. sometimes they do it before vomiting.
keep a close watch, it must be licking something that it shouldn’t and stop it from doing so. it is likely that some dettol solution remained in the holes on the floor and the pup licked it.
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By Ajinkya Gaikwad · 23 Jul 2010 11:37 am
foaming alongwith a seizure is a sign of epilepsy(sometimes its difficult to tell your puppy is having a seizure)...you might want to keep a constant check on the pup for more foam or very weak behaviour in the future...
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