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    Talking Dribble Dogs

    I thought I might start a photo thread for those dogs who love to dribble. Some, like mine, do it for most of the day. Others only at meal time.
    But I'm sure most people have got pics of their dogs drooling at some time or another.

    Here's a couple of Griffen, I must say they're not his best shots






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    oh wow, beautiful boy, even with the dribble lol.

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    Oh no, Bordeaux - Thanks. Just what I'm going to be looking forward to.

    I think in the future I shall be joining you in the dribble club daily. Lol.

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    hehe I'm just glad Griffen's only got short hair, it's bad enough when he puts his head in my lap (kinda looks like I've wet myself lol) but I cant imagine what it would be like if he had a long coat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bordeaux View Post
    hehe I'm just glad Griffen's only got short hair, it's bad enough when he puts his head in my lap (kinda looks like I've wet myself lol) but I cant imagine what it would be like if he had a long coat.
    ha ha - I'll let you know in the future.

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    Looks cute as. Will try and get some foam shots later.

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    You've just reminded me that I saw some dry dribble down the side of the lounge. Gemma dribbles sometimes when she sleeps upside down on the lounger and her flews lay open.

    Got to go.

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    love it

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    Bleah, not fond of dog dribble - mine never does - well if she does - I try to get her outside immediately because she's about to throw up, but if you see the dribble it's usually too late.

    She sometimes gets slimed by other dogs. I could maybe get a photo of that dribble. And then maybe not.

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