Bloodhounds are known for their exceptional tracking abilities and large, droopy jowls that produce copious amounts of drool.
Saint Bernards are gentle giants with a tendency to drool, especially after eating or drinking.
Bulldogs have loose skin around their mouths, leading to frequent drooling, which can be managed with regular cleaning.
Mastiffs are powerful dogs with wrinkled faces, and they may drool when they're excited or hot.
Newfoundlands are water-loving dogs, and their thick lips and large size contribute to their drooling habit.
Great Danes, being one of the largest breeds, produce a considerable amount of drool, especially after eating and drinking.
Boxers are energetic and playful dogs that can have a tendency to drool, particularly during physical activities.
English Bulldogs have adorable wrinkled faces that can collect drool, requiring regular cleaning and care.
Basset Hounds are known for their long, droopy ears and jowls, which contribute to their drooling tendencies.