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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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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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Learn to love it

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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~A newfie owner
 

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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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