It's not active drooling, no disease there. I pet Wiki when he's on my bed and he loves it; presses his head into my hand to snuggle with it. But when he's relaxed so much, he ends up leaving a drool spot. Just wondering if it may be something to do with his teeth? Seems like he can close his mouth no problem, doesn't have any soreness or anything but I was just curious if other bunnies do this or anything like it. He does lick everything instead of chewing. He doesn't chew a whole heck of a lot other than hard treats I give him. I have wood blocks for him, paper towel rolls, the hard cardboard tube thing, grass mat and he has no interest in chewing them >.> I've yet to try smearing banana on them yet though, something I know I should try. He's getting neutered on the 22nd of this month and she's going to also do some dental work on him since he had some wave teeth going on due to his previous parents who rarely gave him hay and only fed pellets. It's been difficult to get him to eat hay more often, I don't give him pellets every day for this reason. He gets all the hay he can eat, rarely runs out but can get low so he is doing better with it lately, and he gets veggies almost daily. Mostly from the Chicory family. He doesn't do well with the Cauliflower family as usual. So, it's not an immediate concern but just wondering if maybe it's something else or a sign of something such as dental or something else. I've had him only 3 months now, adopted him from his previous family which they had him for a year. He was purchased from a breeder at 12 weeks they said. He's a 9.5 pound English Lop (currently featured as Rabbit of the month ;-D) about a year old now.