Can I ask a doctor to cut my dog's cheek?
I know how you feel, I have a boxer and he wants to put his head on our knees when he's finished eating or drinking. To this day he pretends to kiss my feet, even though I know he just wants to rub his face. It is good.
Why don't you have an incision and clean your face when you see it fall? I will not ask the doctor to cut anything. This is not true. I think you love the dog, but if he gets to the point where he pulls you down, you'll want to donate it to a family that has experienced fall problems.
Best? Is this a serious question? I don't think you will have a dog if you can't handle its saliva, it's dog number 1 and 2 that helps get bacteria out of your mouth at the same time! People feel bad today. If you can't cure it, give it to someone else, because everyone says no doctor will take it if there is no reason! And if you find one, your doctor's license will be revoked because it would be cruel to animals.
While drooling can be a wonderful thing, dogs can too, and dolling is a way for dogs to sweat. The dog should hang up again ... they don't bite anyone who can't stop talking or who has Tower Syndrome.
If you do not want your dog to challenge you, this is your place to do research.
The shed is still falling and I doubt the doctor will be able to handle it. If you don't like me falling on it, get a towel that fits on it and place it on top of where its head is. Also, keep it clean when you see it. It's like biting your lip ... and as I said, no doctor. If this bothers you a lot then why do you have a dog?