07-25-2008, 06:14 PM
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When was your horse last vaccinated against Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis)? Is he exposed to other horses? Has he shown any signs of being off at all besides the dribbling?
You should contact your vet for an exam and start taking his temperature daily--in the morning- to note any changes that could indicate infectious disease. If he continues to dribble, you should collect a sample for your vet to check as this will help determine if there is an infection that is causing the problem.
Also, note any other changes in attitude, behavior, etc as these can help to pinpoint what is going on with your horse.