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I'm having a pretty big issue with my 8 month old Weimaraner (blue). When he's in his kennel, he gets extreme separation anxiety and drools excessively. I'll come home and his ears willl be soaked from hanging his head down in the drool (witnessed it myself).

What has happened because of this, is fur discoloration on his ears, where his ears touch his shoulders, and on each side of his hips (I assume from constant licking). Not really sure what to do about this, his normal puppy shampoo isn't cutting it.

I read that you can use hydrogen peroxide if it's diluted because saliva contains proteins... I'm afraid it will "bleach" his coat though. Any tips/tricks/suggestions? It's really something I need to take care of.

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