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Old 03-27-2016, 09:31 AM
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I'm not really sure where else to put this but my new bully dog drools... A LOT. She has wet spots on her bed in her kennel and wherever she happens to be laying. I've never had a drooling dog before so does anyone have some tips?
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Learn to love it!

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Keep paper towels or a washcloth in your pocket, it comes in handy. Freyja doesn't drool a lot, mostly when excited/nervous after drinking or eating. You'll get use to it.
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My sister's Redbone Hound really drooled. It ended up on the walls and everywhere when he shook his head. So far I have never ended up with a dog that drooled if you don't count when they smell something really good and have to wait for it.
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Have designated "drool rags" everywhere within reach

and be happy it's not on the ceiling...or if you do find it on the ceiling, microfiber mops are amazing.

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I call it slobber slinging. I think it should be an event, see who can get the most distance and height.
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Lived with a Newfoundland Dog a bunch of years ago, drool was considered a condiment in that house.

Just get used to it.
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