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Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by rona, Jul 7, 2009.


  1. rona

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    So who has kitchen floors that get covered in drool when you feed your dogs.
    I've just washed mine, it's hasn't been done for a while because I've been ill and OH never notices things like that :yikes:
    Can't believe my two don't get dehydrated :laugh:
     
  2. brackensmom

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    yes gets totally messed up, reminds me i need to clean my tonight!! hope you are now on the mend Rona.:)
     
  3. Badger's Mum

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    And mine:D
     
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    Luckily none of mine are messy eaters or drinkers, when I have friends visiting with drooling dogs it drives me nuts!! I must remember to never rehome a slobbery dog!!:D

    I grew up though with an English Setter who used to dribble in huge long drips!!! I think we kept a kitchen roll in every room of the house to clean up Shelly dribble!!!:eek:hmy:
     
  5. Acacia86

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    My springer is a clean eater but drinking? Forget it!! It gets everywhere and he walks around the kitchen with it all dripping and slobbering everywhere! lol!! I clean it up after he as drunk all the time time or my little one will slip!! I really want a St Bernard though :D and the couple i know are the biggest droolers!! When they shake it goes up to the ceiling :eek:
     
  6. Opheliac

    Opheliac PetForums Member

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    One of ours is like that, messy drinker and a big drooler around food!!
     
  7. rona

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    Just wonder how all the Leonberger owners get on, I can imagine a swimming pool at meal times :D
     
  8. Acacia86

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    Hmmm yeah! I was tempted by one of those too! I love massive breeds! But most of them has issues with their drool!! lol!! :D x
     
  9. Nicky09

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    Luckily none of mine drool very much the Leo, newfie and saint bernard owners must be swimming in it and I don't even want to think about the neo owners.
     
  10. gesic

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    We Leo owners dont drool:p
    If they have slobber chops its a fault, they will however drool over the odd custard cream;)
    Its those food obsessed gundogs that are the main droolers:001_tt2:
     
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  11. rona

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    Don't I know it :lol::lol:
     
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