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    Default Droopy faced dogs...very squeezable !!!

    If you own one you'll know what i mean.
    Floppy cheeks that that just beg to be grabbed in each hand and squeezed !! Those big floppy bits ...sure they produce stupid amounts of slobber come dinner time but every other second of the day they need to be flopped around...rubbed around and just pulled and probed. Boxers, Bulldogs, Mastiffs etc heck even the mini version Pugs !! .........those smooshy faced buggers!!!!

    Whats not to love about a dog that looked like he chased parked cars !!!


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    Not really a squished face dog, but one of my closest friends has a Great Dane with HUGE lips I will often just sit there in their lounge room pulling the dogs lips up, down and sideways, its quite hilarious and the dog just kinda looks at you like "what is happening to my face??" :O

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    LOL I like them as long as they are owned by someone else, not for me!.

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    I'm with you Sean, it's one of the reasons Abe gets so many cuddles. Funny you should mention this cos I was gonna post a pic of my boy doing his Shar Pei impersonation. He needs a little help from mum to get his jowls into rolls around his face, but it's quite a party trick that everyone loves. So Abe loves dong it even tho he doesn't know what he's doing, and can't see because his lips are covering his eyes I'll try to get a pic today...

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    My smooshy-faced boy and his shar-pei impression (we can usually do better but he was a bit wiggly this morning..)

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    Ha ha Dhru...thats a great pic. I'll have to try that with Mojo.
    The funniest thing i've seen is just as Mojo does one of his big yawns i pull his lips right out and deadset you can see right down his throat !! Its almost scary how big his cake hole gets if i time it right.!!

    Poor bugger ...daddy had a few beers last night and Mojo got his smooshy bits all smooshed for ages. I enjoyed every second of it...not sure he saw the funny side of it though.

    Hers my fav pic of the big goofs rolly bits sagging big time !!....with the camera flash in his eyes and looking like a mutant monster dog. Lucky he's so patient with my shenanigans LOL.

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    I'm a closet Bloodhound and Basset Hound fan - those smooshy faces and gorgeous soft ears get me every time!! I just don't think I could live with the drool...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nattylou View Post
    I'm a closet Bloodhound and Basset Hound fan - those smooshy faces and gorgeous soft ears get me every time!! I just don't think I could live with the drool...
    I've been lucky on the drool front - so far at 14 months old all we've seen is some bubbley bits at the corners of his mouth when running around a lot, and one singular tendril of mastiff-worthy drool. Still got the smooshy face

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    My last boy Brutus was Mastiff cross, I miss his miserable squishy face but not the drool puddles on the floor at dinner time. Brian's not droopy faced but he's definitely moisty mouthed all his toys are stiff with dried saliva

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emm318 View Post
    ..... all his toys are stiff with dried saliva
    ....As is Sal's neck most of the time.

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