He doesn't drool when he's not eating. He has been to the vet twice since we've had him (not for drooling). I fed them 100% dandelion leaves this morning and no drooling. It seems to be just with the lettuce, bell pepper, spinach (juicier greens).Does he drool ever when hes not eating?
Has he ever seen a vet?
He may need to have his Teeth checked.
I read through the teeth article you provided. I'll try to check to see if there is anything stuck in his teeth.
You need to go to a good rabbit vet. You cannot diagnose dental problems yourself.Here's another thought that I'd like input on. We are moving our rabbits away from pellets since they are at or near a year old. They are at about 1/4 cup x 2 per day. I give them plenty of timothy hay and they get about 3-4 cups of greens each both morning and night.
When I put the food pellets in their bowl in the morning, they act like they are starving. When I give them their greens, they charge out to eat them. They don't devour the hay though. Is this just part of the process? Am I not giving them enough greens? If they are not getting enough to eat, could this contribute to the slobbering (the buck slobbers; the doe does not)? They both look healthy and content (other than at meal time).