Some dog breeds have a head/lip structure that cannot hold the amount of drool they secrete. These dogs have extra skin around the lips and muzzle, which helps to secrete saliva in the folds. These dogs will drool a lot when a lot of saliva accumulates in the mouth. Here are 10 dog breeds that drool the most.
#1 – English Mastiff
English Mastiff, also known as Mastiff, is the largest weight dog in the world, originating from the United Kingdom. The English Mastiff is known for being a big, strong, brave, decent, gentle, kind dog. They are great companions and guardians for their families. However, the English Mastiff is a very lazy dog, and loves to sleep so they need to be exercised regularly to prevent lazy behavior and prevent some health problems. In addition, English Mastiffs drool and are prone to gassiness.
#2 – Saint Bernard
The Saint Bernard is a large, extremely strong and muscular dog breed. They are loved and famous throughout the world. Originally, Saint Bernard was used as a rescue dog in the Alps. Nowadays, the Saint Bernard is appearing in many happy families, because they are quiet, devoted, and friendly dogs and they sleep a lot. In addition, Saint Bernards also tend to drool, and when they shake their head, extra drool may go flying.
#3 – Newfoundland
The Newfoundland is also known by another name is Newfie, is a large working dog originating from Newfoundland and Labrador (is the easternmost province of Canada). In addition to its large, strong appearance, this breed is better known for its sweet, cute, sociable, gentle, patient, rarely barking personality and Newfie is also considered a good dog for children. However, they also drool a lot. Newfie also particularly likes water and they can work underwater, for rescue cases.
#4 – Bullmastiff
The Bullmastiff is a combination of two breeds Bulldog and Mastiff, they are originated from the United Kingdom. In addition to their large, strong appearance, the Bullmastiff is also a affectionate, gentle, loyal and brave dog, which helps them to become reliable guardians and companions in families. However, like other Mastiff breeds, they also drool a lot.
#5 – Bloodhound
The Bloodhound is a large scent hound, famous for its ability to distinguish human scents in great distances, even days later. With a keen sense of smell and strong tracking ability this breed is often used to find missing people and lost pets. The Bloodhound has a long, wrinkled face with loose skin, huge, drooping ears. They are also nicknamed “slobberhounds” for their dark lips filled with saliva and drooling a lot. The Bloodhound is gentle, friendly, affectionate, independent, inquisitive, easygoing dog and they are usually not tired of following the scent.
#6 – Bernese Mountain Dog
The Bernese Mountain Dog is a large-sized breed of working dog originating from Switzerland. They have a large appearance with a thick, silky, and moderately long coat is tricolored: jet black, clear white, and rust. The Bernese Mountain dog is an intelligent, loving, gentle, playful dog, easy to train, friendly with other pets and very gentle with children. however, they drool and shed pretty heavily and they are also prone to separation anxiety, so they will not be suitable for families that aren’t home for long periods of time.
#7 – Neapolitan Mastiff
The Neapolitan Mastiff is a large guard dog, with a wrinkled face and saggy facial skin. Neapolitan Mastiff is originally from Italy. They are loyal dogs, somewhat gentle and sweet, always alert. The Neapolitan Mastiff is a dog that requires early training and socialization. And like other Mastiffs, they also drool a lot.
#8 – Dogue de Bordeaux
Dogue de Bordeaux, also known as the French Mastiff, is an ancient French breed. The French Mastiff is a large-headed dog, with wrinkles on the face, and has a jaw of a hunting dog. The French Mastiff is also an affectionate, loyal and brave dog. And they also drool a lot.
#9 – Cane Corso
The Cane Corso is a large mastiff dog breed originating from Italy. The Cane Corso is large, imposing, well muscled and less bulky than most other Mastiff breeds with a large head and short, stiff coat. The Cane Corso is an intelligent, affectionate, loyal, docile and easy-to-train dog. As with any other big working dog, early socialization with humans and other pets is essential. Nowadays, the Cane Corso is used for personal protection, law enforcement, tracking, as a guard dog, and as a companion dog. They also drool a lot, although possibly less than some other mastiffs.
#10 – Basset Hound
The Basset Hound is a short-legged breed of dog originating from France. Basset Hound has a large, domed head with very long soft ears, loose skin and sad eyes. The Basset Hound is a friendly, playful and outgoing dog, tolerant of other pets and great companion for children. Basset Hounds are usually low energy, least active and spend a lot of time on sleeping, they can sleep anytime, anywhere. They tend to drool and slobber at all times.