They drool more when it's hot outside, so expect to see more wet patches around the house during the summer.
The Basset Hound is a low-key and laid-back dog, but that doesn't mean everyone should get one. The drooling tendency of this breed will require frequent use of a towel, and they also shed heavily.
Bloodhounds are known for their keen sense of smell. Slobberhounds drool a lot. Bloodhounds will follow a scent if not leashed, so parents must always carry a wiping cloth and a leash.
Search and rescue, nannying, and drooling are the Saint Bernard's specialties. Saints leave fur, mud, and dirt around the house in addition to spittle.
The Great Dane, known as the "Apollo of dogs," is gentle, housebroken, and patient with children. They slobber, so keep drool rags on hand to wipe down furniture and give guests.
The Newfoundland is one of those dogs that will forever capture your imagination. Any contact with one will leave a slimy residue on your hands and whatever you're wearing.
The Newfoundland is not the best choice for people who like to keep a clean home because of how much they drool and shed.