The Saint Bernard is famous for drooling, search and rescue, and nannying. Saints also leave fur, mud, and dirt. They're one of the world's most beloved dogs, but they're not the cleanest roommates.
Newfoundlands are irresistible. You'll get slimy from touching one. Newfies drool and shed, making them unsuitable for clean freaks. However, Newfie owners are loved.
Bloodhounds are known for their keen sense of smell. Slobberhounds drool a lot. Bloodhound owners must carry a leash and a wiping cloth when outside because these dogs will chase scents.
The Basset Hound is a laid-back dog, but that doesn't mean everyone should get one. Because of their propensity to drool, you'll need a towel handy quite often with this breed.
The Great Dane, known as the "Apollo of dogs," is sweet, easy to housetrain, eager to please, and patient with kids. They slobber, so keep drool rags on hand to clean furniture and give to guests.
Bernese Mountain Dogs love and salivate a lot. Berners, originally farmhands in Switzerland, make great pets. Summertime means more drool and wet spots around the house.
Drooling is the Dogue de Bordeaux's specialty. After appearing in Turner & Hooch, the DDB became popular in the US. The Dogue de Bordeaux is a sweet and docile family dog when properly trained.