(StatePoint) If you’ve ever experienced dry mouth, you know how uncomfortable it can be. Unfortunately, your pet can get dry mouth too, and it can lead to more serious issues down the line and can also be a sign of more serious current health issues.
DEAR PAW'S CORNER: I found out recently that my son "watches" his dog while at work by monitoring him with a security camera. I don't think that's a good way to care for a pet. What's your take? -- Pat in Concord, New Hampshire
DEAR PAW'S CORNER: A few months ago, I lost one of my cats, "Enos," to a lengthy illness. He was a senior cat and had a number of issues, like diabetes, that caused him to go downhill fairly quickly. When it became apparent that he was only going to get worse, not better, his veterinarian su…