Drooling is a part of what it means to be a dog. Drool is simply dog’s salvia and is used to help swallow and digest food. However, some dog breeds take slobbering and drooling to a whole new level, and this means extra cleaning and drool stains. If you wish to keep drooling to a minimum, you might want to avoid dog breeds that slobber and drool a lot. These breeds typically have loose and droopy lips, which makes them prone to drooling more.
If, however, drooling and slobbering do not bother you and you don’t mind the extra bit of cleaning, then these drooling dogs may be for you. Despite their slobbering potential, they are still loyal and affectionate dogs. But, you will definitely need to keep some towels handy. You can even buy a dog drool bib/bandana that can absorb the extra slobber.
Here is a list of 12 dog breeds that are definitely drooling and slobbering offenders (but, in their defense, they are still super adorable!).
Bernese Mountain Dog
Dogue de Bordeaux (French Mastiff)