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Saint Bernards seem to drool and slobber a lot. Does that same characteristic carry over to the Saint Berdoodle?

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Drooling is greatly minimized as a result of the poodle influence. There may however be some water loss when drinking that resembles drooling. It is not however as prominant as with pure breed Saint Bernards.


I have a 17 week old Saint Berdoodle and so far, no drooling! Join our Saint Berdoodle Community Facebook page! We have several other older Saint Berdoodle pups whose 'parents' report little to no drooling either.


My Saint Berdoodle is almost 11 months old and doesn't drool at all. However, he does make a mess when he drinks. He has a beard that soaks up the water and I swear it seems like half the bowl is all over the floor whenever he drinks. I've had to buy him a special bowl that only allows small amounts of water at a time as he drinks to minimize it. Thank goodness we don't have carpet or the would be soaked all the time.


My Saint Berdoodle is almost 11 months old and doesn't drool at all. However, he does make a mess when he drinks. He has a beard that soaks up the water and I swear it seems like half the bowl is all over the floor whenever he drinks. I've had to buy him a special bowl that only allows small amounts of water at a time as he drinks to minimize it. Thank goodness we don't have carpet or the would be soaked all the time.


My Saint Berdoodle is almost 11 months old and doesn't drool at all. However, he does make a mess when he drinks. He has a beard that soaks up the water and I swear it seems like half the bowl is all over the floor whenever he drinks. I've had to buy him a special bowl that only allows small amounts of water at a time as he drinks to minimize it. Thank goodness we don't have carpet or the would be soaked all the time.


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