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I recommend that you call and talk to your local Banfield Hospital about this question. The safety of going to the dog park or other communal places will depend on her overall vaccine status and the risk in your local area. If the foamy spots have continued it will be best to have her seen by a veterinarian. These spots can be from vomiting but it could also be from coughing or over salivating. Vomiting can be a side effect of vaccines but there can be other causes for this as well. Even if the foamy spots have stopped you should let your local vet know that you saw these. If it is a vaccine reaction then it is important that your vet knows about it so they can recommend the best care going forward. Since your vet knows your pet they will be able to give you the best advice on all of these questions.
John Smith, DVMVeterinarian
Dr. John Smith is a graduate of LSU, Class of 1998. He has over 10 years of experience...
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