Saint Bernard: These giant, gentle dogs are famous for their slobbery jowls and heartwarming nature. Their drool is a part of their endearing charm.
Basset Hound: Basset Hounds have long ears and droopy eyes, making them irresistibly cute. They also produce a fair amount of drool, especially after a drink of water.
Bloodhound: Bloodhounds are affectionate and skilled scent trackers. Their floppy ears and wrinkled skin add to their adorable appearance, even if they drool.
Newfoundland: Newfoundlands are giant, sweet-natured dogs that are known to drool, especially after a swim. Their friendly demeanor makes up for the mess.
Bullmastiff: Bullmastiffs are strong and protective dogs with expressive wrinkled faces. They may drool, but their loyalty and affection are worth it.
English Bulldog: Bulldogs are wrinkled and charming with their unique appearance. While they might not drool as much as some other breeds, they can still be slobbery at times.
Mastiff: Mastiffs are massive, lovable dogs that can produce a fair amount of drool. Their calm and gentle nature makes them wonderful companions.