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PostSubject: Drooling Excessively while in her kennel   Fri Jun 03, 2016 2:06 pm

Hello everyone, I'm wondering if any body has this issue with their husky: Any time that I have to put Laska in her kennel when leaving the house she drools like crazy to the point that she's completely soaked by the time I get her out. At first I couldn't figure out why she was always wet but a recent trip to the groomers solved that mystery, they called and said she was ready and 10 minutes later they called again and said to hurry up and come get her because she was drooling all over in the cage and she was all wet. as soon as she comes out she heads straight to the water bowl and drinks a lot of water. I'm wondering if this is normal? it doesn't happen with my other dog (she's not a husky). Could it be stress related form being alone ? any thoughts ?
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PostSubject: Re: Drooling Excessively while in her kennel   Fri Jun 03, 2016 2:20 pm

A lot of dogs that drool do so because of stress. I used to have a dog that would make lakes when you would take her to the vet. Another that could flood the car when he was riding. Stress drool is fairly common and not something limited to huskies. How long have you been working on crate training? Is it something relatively new that she could still be getting the hang of or has this been going on for a long time?

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PostSubject: Re: Drooling Excessively while in her kennel   Fri Jun 03, 2016 4:48 pm

She's a little over a year old, and we crate trained her since she was a puppy, just for occasions when no one is home and i don't want to leave her running around in the house. She always did good until a few months ago when I noticed that she wouldn't go in her kennel on her own and then when I go to let her out she's soaking wet. She never goes potty in the kennel, always waits until she's let out so it's really the drooling part that I was curious about. I've never seen that before with any of my other dogs that's why I thought it must be a husky thing Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Drooling Excessively while in her kennel   Fri Jun 03, 2016 6:01 pm

Something may have happened, like a loud noise or she hung a collar tag or something one time and it spooked her. I would go back to the basics of crate training. Giving her frozen kongs to work on while in there and just in general making the crate a fun and inviting place to be. In the teenage years for dogs they can develop some strange ticks. Things that didn't used to bother them will over night become a big deal. They may seem to take a step back in training which makes us go back and start training all over again.

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PostSubject: Re: Drooling Excessively while in her kennel   Fri Jun 03, 2016 7:14 pm

Hmm well that makes a lot of sense, Ive never thought about that, that something might of spooked her while in there. I will try the treats and maybe some toys and hopefully she'll do better. I feel sorry for her and it is kind of yucky when she comes out dripping and slipping and sliding all over the floor.
Thanks for the advise I will start working on it.
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