Have you ever wondered why dogs drool? I received a vast amount of messages through Facebook, asking the same problem.
So I decided to create an in-depth guide with my father (He is a veterinarian).
This guide includes the following.
- Why do dogs drool? ( Natural and abnormal circumstances)
- Common problems people have with dogs’ salivating.
- Review among 19 different breeds.
If you are here to understand only about a particular breed’s drooling, I have also included a quick navigation menu.
So you can quickly navigate to know about your breed.
So let’s get started.
Here is a quick answer.
Why do dogs drool? Dogs tend to drool due to several reasons. These reasons can be natural or abnormal. Outstanding reasons can be due to the scent of food, during playing, the sign of a good hunter, sick, nervous, stress, anxious, and many more. But the amount of drool varies by breed.
In most cases, this feature can be a bit annoying because many dogs tend to shake their head during slobber. So drools fly everywhere, sometimes even to your face.
Due to the above reason, most housewives do not allow dogs to enter the kitchen or close to the dining table.
But you must understand one thing. This behavior is a perfectly reasonable and necessary phenomenon for the excellent health of your dog.
Why do dogs drool? The normal circumstances
There are many natural reasons for dogs slobbering. Here are the possible causes,
- When dogs feel the scent of foods
- When they are playing
- During teething
- Sign of a good hunter
- When dogs feel a little bit nervous
- When excited
- Due to stress
When dogs feel the scent of foods
We discussed that people don’t like to keep dogs near the dining table because dogs tend to drool when they feel the scent of food.
In fact, their slobbering can be increased while you are making food for them. Because, they tend to think, “Why is this taking so long?”
When they are playing
Many dog breeds tend to drool extraordinarily when they are playing. In most cases, this can happen while they are running strongly with another dog.
Ironically, the dogs look a little too funny when they play because their nose is covered with sand.
Dogs love toys. Sometimes, you will see some sort of drooling as they are playing with their favorite toys.
Dogs tend to drool during the teething period.
Puppies love chewing toys during their teething period. So it’s a pretty normal thing having extremely drooling as they chew their toys.
Sign of a good hunter
We know every dog has bred for a specific purpose. Meanwhile, some dogs have bred for hunting.
So if dogs are drooling so much, that’s a genuine indication of the excellent hunting dogs. Therefore their salivating is not something to worry about.
Furthermore, dogs salivate to increase the sense of smell.
Many dogs have proven to be extremely salivating in the field. If you have a dog, bring him into an open space. You will see some sort of increasing their drooling.
Also, occasionally foaming can happen. It increases when they explore something.
That is a fascinating relationship between some dogs’ drooling and their hunting performance.
Even in poor weather conditions, some hunting dogs are able to find a bird and point it out. Most vizslas after successful bird retrieval tend to stop their continuous salivating.
When dogs feel a little bit nervous
In most cases, you can see dogs tend to drool as they are afraid. For example, look at the following scenarios.
- When they feel that you are going to cut their toenails.
- You can see some sort of slobber from them while waiting in the examination room for the vet.
Dogs can drool as they get excited.
Dogs tend to drool as they feel a sexual desire. This mostly can happen for a male one as he feels the smell of a female dog.
When considering female dogs, they can slobber as they feel the smell of dogs. Also, it can happen when they are going to their first heat because they can get excited at the moment.
When they are stressed.
Many dogs have proven that their drooling can be increased as they are stressed. The typical examples are,
- If you yell or blame at them
- if you tie-up your dog.
- In most aggressive situations, such as aggressive toward another dog or a stranger.
These are very reasonable reasons for dogs’ salivating. So you don’t need to bother too much about it in these cases.
But on the other hand, there is a bad side to their drool. Let’s find out about it.
The abnormal circumstances
Well, you have read all the reasons for natural situations. But if you noticed that your dog starts to slobber suddenly and continuously, it can be some sort of health weakness or illness.
In these cases, visit a veterinarian as soon as possible because sometimes dogs’ drooling can be a severe issue.
Now, let’s find out the common reasons for unusual slobbering.
- Due to muscle weakness.
- Mouth problems
- Due to depression
- Symptoms of rabies
- Due to stomach aches
- Upper respiratory infections
- Due to toxic house plants.
Dogs tend to drool in muscle weakness situations
We all know most dogs love to play outdoors. Also, some of them have a high energetic athlete body.
So most dogs used to play, run, throughout the day.
So it’s reasonable to have some muscle weakness.
Due to mouth problems.
Most dogs tend to play with sticks as they play in the yard. So there is a possibility of sticking something between their two teeth.
Perhaps this is the case because of tooth decay or mouth diseases. Therefore it is imperative to take care of these things.
Grab his face with one of your hands and pull his lip toward the ear. Then you can recognize if anything goes wrong.
See if he has the following.
- Do his teeth look brown?
- Examine his gems and try to identify if they are swollen or red or bleeding.
Sometimes it can be due to dental problems such as
Dogs love to chew something throughout the day. So there is a possibility of injuring their teeth or gums.
Sometimes dogs’ unusual drool can happen when they have difficulty swallowing.
Dogs tend to drool due to depression.
Many dogs can quickly become victims of depression. As we discussed above, they are excellent hunting dogs and active.
But many dog owners fail to give them their exercise requirements as they want. Many people tend to left their dogs alone all day.
If you noticed extremely drooling from your dog, that could be a sign of depression.
Symptoms of rabies
Most dogs can start to drool due to rabies. So be mindful, their unusual slobber can be a symptom of rabies.
Due to stomach problems.
Usually, dogs love to eat like children. So it’s fair to have a stomach problem. So if your dog starts to drool unusually, that can be due to stomach problems.
So it’s better to consult a veterinarian in such situations.
Dogs tend to drool due to upper respiratory infections.
Generally, dogs tend to drool due to upper respiratory infections. These infections can occur in the following places.
Often dogs that live with other pets can get infected. Keep your dog away from various other pets.
Due to toxic house plants.
People love to keep house plants inside the house because it could give a sense of nature and beauty.
But have you ever wondered that some houseplants are toxic for dogs? So dogs tend to drool a lot excessively because of these poisonous plants.
Here you can see some of the houseplants that are poisonous for dogs.
- Sago palm
- Elephant ear
- Asparagus plant
- Bird of paradise
- Chinese evergreen
- Aloe vera
- Dumb cane
- ZZ plant
- Desert rose
- Peace lily
- Corn plant
So if you have these kinds of houseplants, replace them with dog-friendly houseplants.
Here are some dog-friendly houseplants.
- Polka Dot Plant
- Boston Fern
- Venus Fly Trap
- Baby Tears
- African Violet
- Areca Palm
Important: However, as the owner, you are the best judge for your dog. If you can identify unusual drools from your dog, consult a veterinarian asap. Because sometimes drooling can be a sign of pain in dogs.
Which dogs breeds drool the most?
Well, many breeds drool most. Commonly dogs that have hanging/shaggy jaws tend to drool most.
Here is the list of 10 breeds that drool most.
- Bernese mountain dog
- Black and tan coonhound
- Bull terrier
- Neapolitan mastiff
- Saint bernard
- Sussex spaniel
Okay! Now you have some general knowledge about dogs drooling. Probably, you may here to comprehend whether your breed is a drooling breed or not.
Therefore, I’m going to discuss 19 different dog breeds’ drooling here on wards.
Most searched dogs & their behavior of drool.
Do vizslas drool?
Yes. Vizslas drool! Sometimes excessively.
Vizslas were originally bred for hunting purposes. So these dogs tend to drool while hunting throughout the day.
Many vizslas suffer from separation anxiety. Also, these dogs are easily susceptible to stress as people keep vizslas alone for a long time.
So, vizslas used to drool when they feel stress, anxious, and nervous.
Vizslas are hunting dogs with high prey drive, and they need strenuous exercises every day, such as running, swimming, hiking.
So, often you will see vizslas drool excessively while playing. And also, during hot days, it can be increased.
In general, vizslas’ normal and abnormal circumstances for drooling are similar to those of common dogs.
Do bloodhounds drool?
Yes. Bloodhounds drool excessively more than any other dog out there.
Bloodhounds were originally bred for hunting deers, wild boars. So as we discussed above, bloodhounds excessively drool because this breed is a hunting breed.
Since the middle ages, people have used bloodhounds as tracking dogs.
Bloodhounds have pretty sensitive noses, and they can track and follow a specific scent for long distances. So excessive drool is common among dogs that have excellent tracking ability.
Bloodhounds have hanging jaws, and often, these dogs love to keep their head down and scent the ground.
So, as a result, saliva dripped copiously from their mouths.
Many people don’t like to keep bloodhounds inside because of their excessive drooling.
As I mentioned above, these dogs often shake their head while drooling. That’s so annoying to owners.
So, when we consider normal and abnormal circumstances for bloodhounds’ drooling, It’s pretty much the same as other dogs.
Do Bernese mountain dogs drool
Yes. Bernese mountain dogs drool. But it’s very less when compared to breeds like bloodhounds.
Typically Bernese mountain dogs are known for not being big droolers. Many people considered them as a dry mouth breed.
But this doesn’t mean that these Bernese mountain dogs don’t drool. They tend to slobber each and every case as other dogs do.
It can be due to bad or normal reasons. But these dogs’ amount of drool is very less than the other dogs.
But in some cases, we can see considerable drooling after drinking water.
In fact, Bernese mountain dogs tend to drool while chewing toys or any other things. As I mentioned above, obviously chewing things can lead to poor health.
But, many Bernese mountain dog owners proved that they do not tend to do destructive chewing when you are away from home.
But when we consider some great Pyrenees to be very destructive, they tend to chew every furniture in your house.
As Bernese mountain dogs are not big chewers, they do not fall their drool everywhere in your house.
But they love to chew bones.
This dog has a long history as a farm dog in origin; it’s in the foothills of the Alps as well as plains near where it was born in Switzerland.
They are great all-rounders, and they originally used a guard dog, cattle herding dog, and a draught dog to pool products to the market.
So Bernese mountain dogs tend to drool up to some degree while dragging carts. It naturally happens with breathing while dragging the cart.
Do Bernedoodles drool?
Yes. Bernedoodles do drool. Actually, many dogs drool to an extent. But Bernedoodles’ amount of drooling is less than half as much as other dogs. So many people call them dry-mouthed dogs.
Like other dogs, they are likely to slobber a little bit more as they feel the scent of foods.
Honestly, the Behaviour of these dogs is very similar to what Bernese mountain dogs have because Bernedoodles are a combination of Bernese mountain dogs and poodles.
We discussed above that Bernedoodles are not big droolers because these dogs have somewhat similar genetics as Bernese mountain dogs.
As these dogs are mixed dog breeds, they have fewer health issues than their parent breeds.
But it doesn’t mean that dogs’ abnormal circumstances of drooling are not affected by Bernedoodles.
In fact, we have discussed the abnormal and reasonable reasons for dogs drooling. So all those reasons also apply to these dogs.
These dogs are not highly energetic dogs. So they tend to pant very quickly. So it’s fair to have some kind of slobbering while exercising or playing.
Do beagles drool?
Yes. The beagles do drool. Drooling is a common behavior among beagles as other dogs.
So beagles may drool for several reasons. It can be due to normal or abnormal reasons. Those reasons are not much different from what the average dogs have. So scroll upto the top and read those circumstances.
The beagles, as we know it today, began its popularity in 1840 when they were exported to the united states of America as a hunting dog.
As we unders at the beginning of this guide, excessive drool is a good sign of hunting dogs. So Beagles tend to drool excessively during hunting sessions.
They are good hunting companions and well talented to hunt here and rabbits.
Beagles are excellent tracking dogs. Their incredible sense of smell can mean their users and drug tracking dogs and bomb sniffers and tracking criminals and missing persons.
So as we discussed above, excessive drool is a sign of good tracking dogs. So beagles are excellent trackers, and they do drool. What core-relationship!
The Beagles are such an active dog, and they require proper daily exercises. The beagles tend to drool during exercises or playing because it can automatically happen while panting.
So you no need to bother too much about these dogs’ drool during exercises and after drinking water.
But in unusual drooling or salivating situations, consult a veterinarian as soon as possible. Check the top of the article to read more about abnormal situations for dogs’ excessive drooling.
Do basset hounds drool?
Yes. Usually, basset hounds drool throughout the day. Their amount of drool is slightly larger than other overage dogs.
In most cases, basset hounds tend to drool excessively after eating and drinking water. Actually, drooling is such a critical phenomenal behavior for dogs’ health.
Even though these dogs’ salivation is essential for their excellent health, there are also some worst cases. This means basset hounds’ excessively drool can be a sign of an abnormal situation.
In most cases, these normal or abnormal circumstances are the same for every dog. So I invite you to scroll up to the top of this guide then read all of them because It is vital to be aware of it.
As I mentioned above, basset hounds’ mouths produce the drool to help digest the meals.
These dogs belong to the hound family, and they are short legs dogs. The basset hounds were originally bred for hunting hare, and they’re talented to that.
We already discussed that hunting dogs are more likely to drool more than other dogs. So we can justify that statement because basset hounds drool excessively.
They have an excellent ability to ground scent and tracking. Their scent of smell is second only to bloodhounds ( I have discussed this above).
So dogs that have good scent ability are more likely drool. It increases when they smell and track and follow the target.
Sometimes the nature of the face causes excessive slobbering. Basset hounds have loose skin around their mouth and jaws with pendulous lips. So these types of dogs tend to drool more!
But remember, in unusual drooling situations, consult a veterinarian asap!
Do bullmastiffs drool?
Yes. Bullmastiffs do drool a lot. The amount of drooling is slightly more significant than other average dogs.
Usually, bullmastiffs tend to drool excessively after their meals and drinking water. Anyhow, these dogs typically drool throughout all day.
Mostly, their slobber can be increased while or after playing and exercising because physical activities cause to pant continuously.
Bullmastiffs tend to drool as excessively as other dogs when begging for food. Sometimes this salivating can be unusual during hot days.
So this whole guide is all about dogs’ drooling. We have discussed above the typical normal and abnormal circumstances for unusual drooling. So I invite you to scroll up and read all of them because those circumstances are common for all dogs.
The bullmastiff dog breed was developed by crossing the English bulldog with an English mastiff. Both are big droolers!
They are large working dogs and the origin was in Britain in the mid-1800s.
As they have longer and hanging jowls, we can expect more slavers continuously when compared to other normal dogs.
There are several types in the Mastiff family. But all mastiffs drool excessively.
Do chow chows drool?
Yes. Chow chows do drool. The amount of drooling is slightly less than other average dogs.
But chow chows tend to drool excessively after getting meals and drinking water. So it’s essential to wipe their chin. Otherwise, there is a possibility to grow bacterias on their chin.
Some dogs are mouth breathers. So there could be extra slavers as a result.
Chow chows tend to pant and drool during hot days and also during and after playing and exercises.
As chow chows have a thick coat, hot days are hard to adapt to. Therefore, these dogs tend to drool more during hot days.
The cow chow is one of the oldest dog breeds in the world. It’s estimated their origin began some two or three thousand years ago in northern China.
Their name literally means soft and fluffy lion. They were used as guard dogs in both temples and homes, as well as hunting and shepherd dogs.
As we observed at the start of this guide, dogs that excessively drool are more likely to be good hunting dogs.
Although chew chews usually don’t drool as much as other dogs, it can happen excessively as they feel the scent of foods.
But there are normal and abnormal circumstances for average dogs’ slobbering. I kindly request you to scroll up and read all the reasons, and it will help much.
Do corgis drool?
Yes. The corgis do drool. But the amount of drool is somewhat less than other dogs.
Like other dogs, they can start to drool a little bit more as they feel the scent of food. And also when they understand that their meals are going to be ready!
After drinking water, while playing or exercises, after playing or exercises, corgis tend to slobber a little bit more than usual. That’s an entirely normal situation.
Make Sure you don’t have any kind of houseplants that are poisonous for dogs. Sometimes dogs tend to drool because of those poisonous plants. But I have mentioned it at the beginning of this article.
Furthermore, there are normal and abnormal circumstances for dogs’ salivating. They are most common for each dog. So scroll up and read all of them.
So corgis are active, intelligent, and alert dogs. These dogs were used as herding dogs, mostly for cattle.
Do cocker spaniels drool?
Yes. There are two varieties of this dog breed. They are American cocker spaniel and the English cocker spaniel.
Whatever the variety, both of them are droolers. When we consider the amount of drooling, It is slightly closer to the other dogs.
Mainly, like other dogs, the cocker spaniels tend to drool when they feel the scent of food. And also, it can happen after drinking water.
They are high energy dogs, and they were originally bred for hunting purposes.
When we examine the term “cocker,” it has come because they used to hunt the “Eurasian woodcocks.”
We have discussed before that hunting dogs tend to drool more than other dogs because there is an interesting correlation between hunting dogs and drooling.
If your cocker spaniel starts to salivate unusually, it can be an abnormal situation. Check whether your house has any kind of houseplants that are poisonous to dogs.
As I explained before, cocker spaniels tend to drool because of abnormal and normal reasons. But usually, those reasons are common for other dogs as well. So I have explained everything at the top of the guide.
Perhaps it may be useful to you. So scroll up and read all of them.
Do great Pyrenees drool?
Yes. The great Pyrenees do drool a lot. The amount of drooling is the same as other average dog breeds.
Like other dogs, great Pyrenees also slobber as they feel the scent of food or treats. Also, they can identify their meal times and know that you are preparing meals for them. So at this movement, great Pyrenees usually drool excessively.
Other than that, their slobbering can be increased when the great Pyrenees run, exercises.
These dogs commonly serve as livestock guardians. So when they do their duty, they have to be outside throughout the day.
They like to roam freely with cattle, and As the temperature increases gradually, the Great Pyrenees begin to drool automatically.
Some houseplants are very poisonous for dogs. Due to that, many dogs start to slobber unusually. If you keep them as a domestic dog, look around your house whether poisonous houseplants are there or not. I have discussed this at the beginning of this article.
If the great Pyrenees start to drool excessively, it can be due to normal or abnormal reasons. Generally, these reasons are the same for every dog.
So scroll to the top and read every common and unusual reason for this behavior. I think it will be worthwhile.
Do golden retrievers drool?
Yes. Some golden retrievers have larger looser jowls. So golden retrievers normally drool a little bit.
But there are other breeds that molosser type dogs tend to drool excessively.
Like other dogs, golden retrievers tend to slobber somewhat excessively when they feel the smell of foods.
Furthermore, it can be increased while playing, exercising, and mainly during hot days.
Male golden retrievers usually drool more than females. However, because these dogs don’t drip that much, Someone can mistake them as dry mouth dogs.
The golden retrievers have a fantastic sense of smell. Thanks to this highly developed sense, they can learn to look for all kinds of objects.
Perhaps that’s why they’ve been used as explosive or narcotics detection dogs or simply as a truffle-hunting dog.
I have this above so many times, dogs with a high sense of smell are more likely to drool. It’s a beautiful relationship.
The golden retrievers want to bite every time. Biting is a primary requirement for any dog. But for this dog, the need is greater.
Using teethers, toys, or a kong are few options for this. But what I want to tell here is that these dogs tend to drool a little more than usual while biting. It’s completely normal.
But remember, there are many reasons for dogs drooling. It can be abnormal or normal. Anyhow, you must be knowledgeable about it.
Commonly these reasons are the same for every dog breed. So I have discussed everything at the beginning of this definitive guide. So I suggest you scroll up and read all of them, it will be worthwhile for you.
Do Irish wolfhounds drool?
Yes. The Irish wolfhounds do drool. The amount of drooling is the same as other dog breeds.
Usually, the Irish wolfhounds are rare, known as the tallest dogs in the world.
Like other dogs, the Irish wolfhounds may start to drool excessively as they feel the scent of food.
Furthermore, they may drip excessively during exercises, playing, on hot days.
This dog is an ancient dog breed with the first written evidence from the year 391 in a letter from Roman consul to his brother.
They were serving as war dogs and hunting dogs. They were especially famous for being able to hunt down wolves and elks. And also, they were used for hunting wild boars and deers.
The unique thing here is the excellent hunting dogs are more likely to drool excessively.
Unfortunately, the Irish wolfhounds are not healthy dogs. So you need to be mindful of their drooling.
Even Though the excessive drool is common for Irish wolfhounds and it’s an entirely reasonable phenomenon, Sometimes it can be a sign of bad health.
Commonly the reasons for dogs’ slobbering are the same for every dog. So I have discussed all the abnormal and normal circumstances for this.
So I invite you to scroll up and read all of them, it may be worthwhile for you.
Do Leonbergers drool?
Yes. The Leonbergers do drool. But it is pretty low compared to other normal dogs.
Like other dogs, Leonbergers also drool as they feel the scent of food.
Furthermore, their slobber can be increased when they exercise, run, play. They are very loyal and excellent family dogs.
The dog has a medium-long coat, and their coats consist of two layers. We called it the double coat. So, these dogs may slobber excessively during hot days.
The Leonberger is the oldest purebred German dog. People crossed a Lancer Newfoundland with a St Bernard and then crossed that dog with a Pyrenees mountain dog and then bred the saint Bernard back in.
Then Leonberger was born. You see, all their ancestors are giant and drool a lot. But these dogs are not as slobber as their ancestors.
Look closer at their lips. They are closer than other dogs that drool a lot.
These dogs tend to mess while drinking. So it’s necessary to wipe their chin several times per day. Otherwise, bacteria can grow on their chin.
These giant dogs have many health problems. So beware if these dogs start to drool excessively.
Look around in your house, whether you have any kind of houseplants that are poisonous for dogs. If so, replace them. I have discussed this at the beginning of this article.
As I mentioned above, drool is a perfectly reasonable and necessary phenomenon for your dog’s excellent health.
But other than common reasons, there are abnormal reasons for this matter. So I invite you to scroll up and read all of them, and it will be worthwhile for you.
Do Newfoundlands drool?
Yes. The Newfoundlands do drool a lot! Absolutely they are not dry-mouthed dogs.
If these dogs stay in the house for a long time, you can get a considerable amount of slobber on the floor.
These dogs are brilliant, and they can identify whether you are preparing food for them. So as they feel the scent of food, they may start to slobber excessively.
They are not an active dog, but they do love water. These dogs may drool excessively while playing, running, and exercises.
The Newfoundlands have very thick double coats. So they can be easily adapted for cold weather. But the downside is they may salivate immensely during hot days.
The Newfoundlands may start to drool due to several reasons. It can be due to abnormal and normal reasons. So it’s essential to be knowledgeable about them.
Typically the reasons for dogs’ drooling are almost the same for every dog. I have discussed everything in-depth at the beginning of his article.
So scroll up and read everything, and it will be worth your dog’s healthy life.
Do poodles drool?
Yes. Typically the poodles tend to drool as other average dogs. They are not dry-mouthed dogs.
As a normal dogs’ behavior, the poodles also tend to drool as they feel the scent of food.
These dogs are brilliant, and they can recognize that you are preparing food for them. In this case, you can find slightly more dribble on the floor.
Like other dogs, poodles also require exercise. So slobbering while exercising, running, and playing is a pretty normal thing.
The poodles are not shedding too much, and their fur is growing continuously. Therefore they have thick coats. Probably these dogs may start to drool excessively during hot days in the summer.
There are many other reasons for this. It can be due to stomach ache or allergic, mouth problems, and many more reasons.
Those reasons can be usual or unusual. However, it’s essential to be knowledgeable about them. I have discussed everything at the beginning of this article. So scroll up and read everything.
In fact, look around your house and see whether you have some houseplants that are poisonous for dogs. I have discussed this one too at the beginning of this guide.
The poodles come from different varieties based on size. The standard poodle is the oldest from the group.
Mainly people have used them as water retrievers. But other than that, people use them as guard dogs, guide dogs, military dogs, and hunting companions.
Poodles are used as a hunting dog, and they are talented to hunt ducks, fowl.
So the fascinating thing here is, mostly hunting dogs tend to drool excessively. Anyhow poodles are a lovely dog breed.
Do st bernards drool?
Yes. The st bernards do drools lot. These dogs are not dry-mouthed dogs. The amount of drooling for saint bernard is somewhat more than other average dogs.
The saint bernards may start drool when they feel the scent of foods. It can continuously happen when they know that you are preparing meals for them.
They have long hanging jowls. So due to their shaggy jowls, the slobbering may slightly high.
But the amount of slobbering may vary according to individual saint bernard.
These dogs initially used to find and save lost and injured travelers in Switzerland. They are very talented with it.
St bernards have a great desire and instinct to seek out and find people.
They are natural-born trailblazers with a superior sense of smell. Saint bernards can detect a person buried under 20 feet of snow.
The striking feature is that most dogs that drool have a strong sense of smell. It is a marvelous creation of nature.
There are normal and abnormal reasons have for st bernards’ excessive drool. But most of them are typical for every breed.
So I have discussed everything at the begging of this article. So I kindly ask you to scroll up and read everything, and it will be worthwhile for you.
Do Shar pies drool?
Yes. The Shai Pies drool a lot. The amount of drool of these dogs slightly more than other average dogs.
These Shar pies are an ancient breed and originally bred in China about 2000 years ago.
Shar pies were originally used for hunting and dog fighting purposes. They are excellent hunters, and they can hunt ruts to wild boars.
They are talented to hunt by tracking and smelling through the air. So they have a good sense of smell.
As I have mentioned many times in this guide, the dogs have an excellent sense of smell is more likely to drool than other dogs.
Also, being salivating is a good sign of an excellent hunting dog.
So Shai pies tend to drool excessively. It’s completely normal behavior. They are not dry-mouthed dogs.
But remember, there are normal and abnormal reasons causes for Shai pies’ excessive drooling. Mostly they are common for every dog.
So I have discussed everything at the beginning of this article. Don’t hesitate to scroll up and read all of them. It will benefit your dog’s good health.
Do Weimaraners drool?
Yes. The Weimaraners do drool. The amount of drooling slightly more than other dogs.
These dogs are super high energetic hunting dogs. The Weimaraners can hunt even all day, and they were used for hunting boars, bears, and deers.
But what I want to tell here is, most dogs that drool a lot seem to have excellent hunting abilities.
Most people know that Weimaraners are so clingy. They love to stay close to their families, and often, they try to get to bed with the owners. If that happened, They could find plenty of drool from their bed in the morning.
The Weimaraners have a sharp sense of smell. So they can track easily. In fact, the dogs with a high sense of smell are more likely to drool excessively.
As these dogs are super energetic, they love to play and exercise throughout the day. So in these cases, Weimaraners may drool excessively, and it’s completely normal.
Furthermore, they may slobber during hot days in the summer.
Check whether your house has houseplants that are poisonous for dogs. I have discussed this at the begging of this article.
Like other dogs, Weimaraners may slobber a lot when they feel the scent of food.
But apart from these reasons, many other reasons are causing this matter. Some of them are normal, while other reasons are abnormal.
Anyhow, I have discussed this at the beginning of this article. So kindly go to the begging of this guide and read all of them.
People love to spend time with dogs. But most people do not like certain traits of dogs. So it’s fair to have a problem like “Why do dogs drool?”
This guide contains everything related to dogs’ drooling, which means the normal and abnormal circumstances for this matter.
Then I have discussed regarding 19 different dog breeds’ slobbering.