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Irritation associated with inflammation of the mouth or tongue, foreign objects in the mouth, tumors, injuries, or other defects of the mouth
Infectious diseases such as rabies, the nervous form of distemper, or other convulsive disorders
Motion sickness, fear, nervousness, or excitement
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Abscess or other blockage or disorder of the salivary glands