That sounds painful.
His name is Mooch. My dad named him Mooch because that's what he does best. You can't eat around the dog that he doesn't sit politely and wait for you to drop everything on the floor. I'm thinking he'd be a good dog for kids who don't like broccoli. Dogs in this breed are good for people with allergies and the dog has no doggie odor, but this dog licks.
I hate being licked by a dog.
Years ago, Mooch came from a breed rescue. He was going to be put down because his ears don't stand up like they're "supposed" to. Other than the ears and the disgusting, incessant licking, I think that's all that's wrong with him. This is an active breed and he doesn't get a lot of walks, but my mom plays with him and lets him run around the house.
Tonight we walked .52 miles around the parking lot. I tried the entire time to convince him that constant movement is exercise.
Sniffing and peeing is a stroll.