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Which dog breeds Don鈥檛 drool?
Luckily, there are quite a few dog breeds that don鈥檛 create puddles of saliva wherever they go. From tiny lapdog companions to big working dogs, these breeds will keep your floors and couches free from saliva. Here are 15 dogs that don鈥檛 drool (much!): 1. Greyhound
What is the most popular breed of dog in the world?
1 Saint Bernard. 2 Dogue de Bordeaux. 3 Bloodhound. 4 Bulldog. 5 Newfoundland. 6 Neapolitan Mastiff. 7 Bernese Mountain Dog. 8 Bull Mastiff. 9 Boxer. 10 Great Dane.
Why do some dogs drool more than others?
Some dog breeds naturally drool more than others. In particular, the dogs with large and jowly cheeks and lips where lots of saliva can gather tend to be profuse droolers. For some people, this just adds to the dog’s character. And for others, they can’t imagine anything worse than having to clean up globs of dog slobber every day.
Do Labradors drool a lot?
Few breeds so abundantly deserve their immense popularity as does the Labrador Retriever, a kind, calm, family dog, known especially for its friendly, warm personality. They are light droolers. I’ve owned several Labradors, and haven’t noticed drooling to be a problem.