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I don't drool, but Bailie will drool if she waits too long for her food or a really tasty treat. Mom is happy we don't drool much as her first dog, the lab/newf mix drooled a lot and it was a mess.
I can't remember, but I'm guessing Little Bit did from time to time.Have a woof woof Wordless Wednesday. My best to your mom. ☺
My dogs only drool when I'm letting them wait for their food. Drooling is okay I guess when you get too excited. Haha!
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Aw cute picture!Fen drools when he's stressed. Ugh the last time he went to the vet he drooled buckets all over the exam table and the vet tech. I felt bad that the little guy was that concerned, but you can't always avoid stressful vet trips. It's something we'll have to work on with him.Kit drools when he's waiting to see if you'll give him a bite of whatever it is you're eating. Silly boy, he's such a foodie.
Do I drool????? HELL YES!!! All the time! They day hasn't begun until I fling some drool into Ma's hair! BOL!!!! Why, just this morning, Ma went to get something outta her pocket, and put her hand in drool! hehehehe Ma says I'm part Newfie! Kisses,Ruby ♥
I guess some moments are just drool-worthy! LOL She is adorable even when she drools. My Dexter drools when he gets really happy at bed time. When he gets tired, he comes over to me and gives me nose boops (touches his nose to mine) and wants to be petted. He gets a little drooly during that whole ritual. Silly boy!
Drool and all this is such a cute pic! Miley will drool when she gets a little anxious.
That always surprises me when it happens to Haley too. It's only happened a few times and then there's the foamy drool that's happened a few times too. It's weird, huh?
She looks kinda cute! I'm not too fond of drool, so it's a good thing that we don't see it too often. Luke will sometimes drool when waiting for food though!
R drools whenever there is a even a remote possibility of a treat, and Shyla never drools. Go figure?
If they are overexerted, or ANY type of potential food.
Barley drools when there's food, but not when there's excitement or anxiety. Soth drools when he starts purring a lot.
So funny! Look at the sweet little bubbles. Jean from Welcome to the Menagerie
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