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Our Peke-a-poo use to do this more then my pugs do, but I mostly did the same thing that Jackie said to do. Linus does it most times after he is done eating, and I just rub him under the neck and tell him he should not have eaten so fast. With the foaming though, you might want to see your vet as again I agree with Jackie. Good luck, and yes please keep us posted
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