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    Of course ct comes up when I google a question.

    Maggie sometimes drools (long drippy drool) when we go to the beach. Only ever when we are at the beach.
    Her favorite place in the whole wide world.
    So I googled it.
    Fairly confident it's when she gets over excited.
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    Guinness gets these strings of drool while on walks (only time he gets it), it's not that he eats anything, I thinks it's normal with the excitement. And then he shakes and there are drool lines on his head for the whole walk.

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    Mine drool when they're running about daft off lead and manage to get it on each other's backs regularly. Millie, my oldest, probably drools the most - I carry a facecloth in my pocket and have been known to shout "come here mrs slobbychops" and she comes back for a chin wipe. I'd agree it's excitement and the presence of bunnies, duckies and squirrels to chase.

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