15 Lazy Dog Breeds That Are Expert Nappers (2023)

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    15 Lazy Dog Breeds That Are Expert Nappers (1)Lauren CahnUpdated: Mar. 23, 2023

      Looking for a dog who values snuggle time over leash time? Consider these adorably lazy breeds who understand the value of an afternoon spent snoozing on the sofa.

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      The world’s cutest couch potatoes

      Having a dog that requires lots of exercise can be a powerful motivator for your own exercise program, but not everyone is looking for a four-legged fitness coach. That’s where these adorably lazy dog breeds come in, and you might be surprised to find they come in all shapes and sizes.

      Some, such as the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, were specifically bred to be lap dogs, according to Caroline Wilde, DVM, staff veterinarian at Trupanion. Others, such as the Great Dane, have been bred to grow so large, they simply don’t have the physical structure to support lots of activity, notes Leslie Brooks, DVM, a veterinary advisor at betterpet. Still others, including the Bulldog, have been bred with flat noses, which makes prolonged physical activity difficult, says Freshpet’s Gerardo Perez-Camargo, DVM.

      Of course, if you’re looking for your own low-energy dog, you’ll want to bear in mind that not all dogs of a particular breed are exactly the same, and, of course, even the laziest breeds still require some exercise for their physical and mental health. With that in mind, check out this list to find outwhich lazy dog breed is the perfect one for you.

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      Shih Tzu

      This Chinese dog breed was developed by Tibetan monks as a gift for members of Chinese royalty. Their purpose was to adorn the laps of said members of royalty. When not napping, Shih Tzus tend to spend their time seeking out cuddles, pets, scritch-scratches, and tickles. So, just how little exercise does a Shih Tzu desire or need? According to veterinarian Jay Scott, DVM, founder of the pug-centric website Pugsquest, this low-energy dog will probably be happy simply wandering around the house and going outside for the occasional bathroom break.

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      Similar to the Shih Tzu, the Pekingese was bred as a lap dog for royalty. With its compact, stocky body and “adorably squashed face,” as Dr. Scott puts it, the Pekingese is not well suited for high-energy activity—or much activity at all, for that matter. Instead, the Pekingese tends to spend the greater part of its day napping, and it requires no more than 20 minutes of physical activity each day (and that includes a walk to relieve itself).

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      Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

      Another chill dog bred for sitting on royal laps, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel has no issue spending the bulk of its time just lying around and being adored by its people, says Dr. Perez-Camargo—despite the fact that the Cav’s roots hark back to hunting, at least among the British royal family.

      Cavs can often be seen in portraits of British royals, including King Charles II, who gave this adorably lazy dog breed its name. One of the most famous in history was Dash, the beloved canine bestie of Queen Victoria, who kept her company during her childhood at Kensington Palace and was with her when she became queen. Take a look at these 21 vintage paintings and photos of royals and their beloved dogs, including Dash and Victoria.

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      When talking about lazy dog breeds, it’s worth mentioning the Chihuahua, which is most content just “hanging around” with its people, according to Jamie Richardson, a veterinarian at Small Door Veterinary in New York City. It’s not that the Chihuahua is “lazy,” which is to say disinterested in activity. It’s just that the Chihuahua is so tiny, it would take at least 10 steps to match each one of ours.

      So, high-energy or low-energy, the Chihuahua is likely to get tired of walking long before its people do. And that makes the Chihuahua exceptionally low maintenance, if not truly “lazy.” Find out why the Chihuahua is also one of the best dog breeds for kids and their families.

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      Basset Hound

      Like the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, the Basset Hound was bred with royal hunting in mind (in this case, French royals). Low to the ground and with big, floppy ears that act as airflow conductors, the Basset is a talented tracker. But its elongated, chubby body and almost comically short legs make it difficult to run or even walk for long distances.

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      Of course, that helps makes the Basset Hound ideal for anyone with a penchant for lazy dog breeds. That being said, it’s important to mind the Basset’s diet and provide some daily exercise in order to prevent obesity and obesity-related health problems such as arthritis, points out Sarah Wooten, DVM, Pumpkin Pet Insurance’s vet expert. Don’t miss these 9 warning signs that your pet may be overweight.

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      Another hunting dog that’s known for its almost shocking levels of laziness is the Greyhound. “Based on its lean, long-legged build, most people assume the Greyhound is anything but lazy,” notes Dr. Perez-Camargo, but that would be anything but true. “As athletic as they look, adult Greyhounds are couch potatoes who can spend as much as 18 hours a day sleeping.”

      So, while Greyhounds can run at speeds of up to 43 miles per hour, don’t count on them for any sort of long-distance trekking. Greyhounds also made our list of the best low-maintenance dog breedsthat areperfect for busy people.

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      Chinese Crested

      Like the Greyhound, the tiny, wiry, and exceptionally alert Chinese Crested is also surprisingly lazy, notwithstanding its athletic appearance. “The Chinese Crested happens to be incredibly agile,” points out Kait Hembree, Goodpup’s Head of Training. However, appearances should not be confused with reality.

      “The Chinese Crested is simply not motivated to go out and run like other dogs with its build might be,”says Hembree. If that’s what you’re looking for, the Chinese Crested may be the right dog for you. Plus, it ranks among the top dog breeds that don’t shed (that much).

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      English Bulldog

      “Bulldogs are known for two things—their cute wrinkles and snoring,” says Texas-based veterinarian Sara Ochoa, DVM, who consults for DogLab. Since they spend about 90 percent of their time sleeping, which equals a lot of snoring. Some of the English Bulldog’s apparent laziness can be attributed to its stocky build, and some of it can be attributed to its flat nose and subsequent breathing difficulties.

      The bottom line is that the English Bulldog is one of the laziest of lazy dog breeds. But like other chill dogs, the English Bulldog still requires some exercise for mental stimulation and to avoid obesity-related health issues. Bonus: Bulldogs are one of the 11 dog breeds least likely to bite.

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      Great Dane

      The Great Dane is one of the largest dog breeds in the world. It’s also classed as a “working dog,” which implies it likes to get stuff done. But it turns out that what Great Danes like getting done is sitting around and watching over their people.

      “The Great Dane is more of a nanny dog than a retriever or even a playmate,” says Dr. Scott, who adds that “owing to their rapid growth and huge size, too much exercise could cause bone and joint problems.” In other words, laziness isn’t just a lifestyle choice for your average Great Dane—it’s a matter of health! Here’s what you should be feeding large dog breeds like the Great Dane.

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      Chow Chow

      “For pet parents looking to snuggle with real-life teddy bears, look no further than the Chow Chow,” advises Dr. Perez-Camargo, who explains that due to their straight hind legs and extraordinarily thick coat, agile movement can be difficult for this quintessential lazy dog breed. It also helps that the Chow Chow was originally bred to act as a palace guard.

      As a result, Chow Chows have evolved to be very devoted to their people, as well as quiet and reserved in nature. How reserved, you might ask? To help you understand just how chill the Chow Chow can be, Dr. Scott points out that its behavior is often compared to that of a cat, making it a pretty easy dog breed.

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      This giant dog breed was bred for herding work, but don’t be fooled: The Bullmastiff’s specific job was not walking around “herding” its flock, but rather, standing around watching for wolves and other predators, explains Dr. Perez-Camargo. As a result, wandering around and exploring is simply not in this dog breed’s DNA.

      With its size and propensity for lazing the day away adjacent to its people, the Bullmastiff is not merely a couch potato, according to Dr. Scott, but a full-on couch hog. So, if you don’t mind drooling, which the Bullmastiff is also known for doing a lot of, this could be the lazy dog you’ve been looking for.

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      Japanese Chin

      The Japanese Chin regards both long and brisk walks with equal disdain, Dr. Scott tells Reader’s Digest. If you’re wondering how you can tell, just go ahead and try. What you’ll find is a dog who would rather lie down and be dragged down the sidewalk than exercise. Chins are so lazy, Dr. Scott adds, that the only exercise they really need on a daily basis is walking around the house or the backyard and maybe performing a few “cat-like” moves. “The rest of the time is for napping,” he says. FYI, these popular dog breeds can be left alone—and, in fact, really like some time to themselves.

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      Saint Bernard

      When you picture a Saint Bernard, do you picture a large, burly dog standing in the snow? It’s not that Saint Bernards weren’t bred to be Swiss mountain rescue dogs, points out Dr. Brooks. It’s that there’s not much else they feel motivated to do. In fact, you could employ your Saint Bernard as a guard dog, Dr. Brooks says, but you should assume that if an intruder broke into your home, your dog would let you know with a bark and then go back to sleep.

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      Great Pyrenees

      Another livestock guardian, the Great Pyrenees (also known as Great Pyrenees Mountain Dog) was bred to guard, but not so much to take action after sounding the alert. “The Great Pyrenees is not an active breed. They’re content lying around and observing,” according to Dr. Brooks. While it would be nice to have a Great Pyrenees in a rural setting such as a farm, they also do perfectly well in an apartment because, as adults, they hardly move about at all. If you’re looking for protection, you’d probably be better off with these guard dogs.

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      The Newfoundland is another giant dog that “isn’t super active,” as Dr. Brooks puts it. As Hembree notes, “they’re these slobbering goofballs who could swim all day but are just as happy to spend the day snuggling on the couch.” But it’s not that Newfies are necessarily lazy, points out Dr. Wooten, “it’s that they’re giant and hairy, which makes it difficult for them to regulate their body temperature. So they manage accordingly.”

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      • Caroline Wilde, DVM, staff veterinarian at Trupanion
      • Leslie Brooks, DVM, a veterinary advisor at betterpet
      • Gerardo Perez-Camargo, DVM, VP of Research and Development at Freshpet
      • Jay Scott, DVM, a veterinarian and the founder of Pugsquest
      • Jamie Richardson, BVetMed, veterinarian for Small Door Veterinary
      • Sarah Wooten, DVM, vet expert at Pumpkin Pet Insurance
      • Kait Hembree, Head of Training at GoodPup
      • Sara Ochoa, DVM, a Texas-based veterinarian and a veterinary consultant for DogLab

      Originally Published: February 17, 2022

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      Lauren Cahn is a New York–based writer whose work has appeared regularly on Reader's Digest and in a variety of other publications since 2008. She covers life and style, popular culture, law, religion, health, fitness, yoga, entertaining and entertainment. Lauren is also an author of crime fiction, and her first full-length manuscript, "The Trust Game," was short-listed for the 2017 CLUE Award for emerging talent in the genre of suspense fiction.


      15 Lazy Dog Breeds That Are Expert Nappers? ›

      Hound. Basset Hounds are renowned for their ability to sleep for hours on end, go for a little stroll then return to their bed for another sleep. It's a hard life! If taken for a long walk, you can expect this pooch to spend most of the day in a horizontal position.

      What breed of dog that always sleep? ›

      Hound. Basset Hounds are renowned for their ability to sleep for hours on end, go for a little stroll then return to their bed for another sleep. It's a hard life! If taken for a long walk, you can expect this pooch to spend most of the day in a horizontal position.

      What dogs don't like you to do? ›

      Generally, dogs dislike hugs, not being allowed to sniff, a lack of routine, and more. Even the most laid-back dog will hate some of the things we humans do—if they tolerate it, it's just because they love you or don't want to be dominant.

      What is a couch potato dog? ›

      The definition of a couch potato, the Bulldog loves to eat and sleep and is generally relaxed at home. With a medium-sized body and strong, sturdy build, Bulldogs may not be able to fit in your lap but are content relaxing by your side any hour of the day.

      Are Sleeping Dogs happy dogs? ›

      Although it's normal for dogs to sleep for more than half the day in some cases, it becomes a concern when your dog sleeps longer than normal or way less. People say a tired dog is a happy dog and a “tired dog, happy owner,” but a very tired dog can be even more dangerous for itself and its people.

      What house pet sleeps the most? ›

      • Sleeper #1: the cat. 16 hours a day (kittens can go up to 22h) ...
      • Sleeper # 2: ferret. 12h to 18h per day (depending on time you spend with him) ...
      • Sleeper # 3: the dog. At least 12 hours a day (depending on your lifestyle) ...
      • Sleepers # 4: the rabbit and hamster. About 10h/11h day.

      What dog gets the most attached? ›

      Top 11 Dog Breeds That Are Extra Clingy
      • #1 Vizsla. Known as the ultimate Velcro dog, this Hungarian breed is literally attached to their owner, and is happiest when right by your side. ...
      • #2 Labrador Retriever. ...
      • #4 Maltese. ...
      • #5 Golden Retriever. ...
      • #6 German Shepherd. ...
      • #7 Pug. ...
      • #8 Shetland Sheepdog. ...
      • #9 Italian Greyhound.

      What dog loves everyone? ›

      Labrador Retriever

      With their warm eyes and cheerful grins, Labrador retrievers are the picture of friendliness. That's probably why they have been the most popular dog breed in the US for more than three decades, according to the American Kennel Club.

      What dogs are the least barkers? ›

      10 Dog Breeds That Bark The Least!
      • 9 – RHODESIAN RIDGEBACK. ...
      • 6 – GREYHOUND. ...
      • 5 – GREAT DANE. ...
      • 4 – CHINESE SHAR PEI. ...
      • 3 – JAPANESE CHIN. ...
      • 2 – PUG. ...
      • 1 – BASENJI. The Basenji or Africa's “Barkless Dog” is a unique breed and contender for the title of oldest AKC breed.

      What is the most neglected dog? ›

      The Pit Bull is the most common dog breed (along with pit bull breed mixes) found in shelters in the United States. They are also the most abused, neglected, and the most euthanized.

      Which dog can be left alone the longest? ›

      Dog breeds that can be left alone for long periods include Labrador and Golden Retriever, Beagle, Peekapoo, or Shiba Inu. Naturally, by long-term periods, it's implied that the period is up to 8 hours a day and not more.

      What is the least loyal dog? ›

      According to Svartberg's data (PDF), a pinscher, a Bernese mountain dog, or an English springer spaniel might be the most disloyal since each ranks very low on playfulness, with moderate sociability.

      Can dogs tell if you dislike them? ›

      Well, dogs are extremely sensitive when it comes to the way in which humans act and sound. This is what enables them to determine whether a person is good or bad and whether a person likes dogs or dislikes them.

      How do dogs say I'm sorry? ›

      One of the common ways your dog will try to say sorry is by making “puppy eyes” or tucking its tail between its legs. Avoiding eye contact and lowering their ears are also common ways for dogs to apologize.

      Can dogs tell if you dislike someone? ›

      A different set of chemicals is released when you feel hatred or resentment towards someone and your dog can sense that too! Be careful – if they know you don't like someone, they may try to protect you from them which could result in some bad behavioural changes in your pooch.

      What are the top 10 least obedient dogs? ›

      Least obedient dog breeds
      • #8. Beagle (tie) ...
      • #7. Pekingese. ...
      • #6. Bloodhound. ...
      • #5. Borzoi. ...
      • #4. Chow chow. ...
      • #3. Bulldog. ...
      • #2. Basenji. - Understanding of new commands: 80 to 100 repetitions or more. ...
      • #1. Afghan hound. - Understanding of new commands: 80 to 100 repetitions or more.
      Apr 27, 2021

      What is the least smart dog? ›

      Despite being one of the most expensive dogs in the world, the Afghan hound has the lowest IQ of all dog breeds, per Coren's research.

      What breed of dog is the least food motivated? ›

      Labradors and Beagles are two examples of breeds that respond very well to training treats. If you have one of these breeds, your dog loves to get a little food treat for positive reinforcement. Other dog breeds, however, like terriers, herders, and guardian breeds, are less food motivated.

      Which dog eats the least? ›


      They are also small dogs that eat very little. While there are some common health problems with Chihuahuas, if you have a vet look at your puppy, you can avoid them.

      What is a Bruno dog? ›

      Bruno, a rescued puggle (a pug / beagle mix) is Naim's real dog. Naim also owns two other small dogs, Bella and Angie, who also appear regularly in the show.

      What dogs have endless energy? ›

      Excessive energy is often an attention deficit issue whereby the dog lacks the proper internal ability, or discipline, to properly regulate themselves. This behavior is a brain issue, not necessarily just a physical exercise problem. Set some parental boundaries. This is the most common solution for most dogs.

      What dog has the best strength? ›

      These Are the Strongest Dog Breeds In The World
      • Saint Bernard. A male Saint Bernard can get up to 180 pounds and is known for being extremely protective, according to the American Kennel Club. ...
      • Mastiff. ...
      • Rottweiler. ...
      • Siberian Husky. ...
      • Boxer. ...
      • Great Dane. ...
      • Rhodesian Ridgeback. ...
      • Irish Wolfhound.
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      What dog has the best smelling capacity? ›

      Top 10 Dog Breeds with the Best Sense of Smell
      • #1 Bloodhound. ...
      • #2 Basset Hound. ...
      • #4 German Shepherd. ...
      • #5 Labrador Retriever. ...
      • #6 Belgian Malinois. ...
      • #7 Bluetick Coonhound. ...
      • #8 Black and Tan Coonhound. ...
      • #9 Golden Retriever.

      Why do dogs stare at you? ›

      Just as humans stare into the eyes of someone they adore, dogs will stare at their owners to express affection. In fact, mutual staring between humans and dogs releases oxytocin, known as the love hormone. This chemical plays an important role in bonding and boosts feelings of love and trust.

      Why do dogs sleep against you? ›

      Why do dogs like to sleep with you? If your pup likes to sleep with you, it means they feel secure and comfortable with you. When your dog was a puppy, they cuddled up with their littermates for warmth and comfort, so now they want to do the same with their people.

      Do dogs like sleeping with humans? ›

      Once you bring a dog into your home, you become part of their pack. They enjoy sleeping with you because it makes them feel safe and comfortable. Sleeping together gives dogs an emotional connection to their owners. Dogs feel love and gratitude towards you, just like you feel towards them.

      Where should a dog sleep overnight? ›

      The space they will be sleeping in to make sure it's safe and dog friendly. Move anything that could cause them injury, and consider setting them up with their own doggy den using a crate (with the door left open if you don't need them enclosed) or baby gates to section off a specific space.

      Should dogs sleep in bedroom or living room? ›

      There is no real right or wrong answer.

      Just like humans, dogs are different. Some may feel more comfortable in a crate next to your bed, while others prefer to sleep on a blanket in the living room. The best sleeping place for your dog depends on their age, personality, health condition, and your preferences.

      Where is the best place for a dog to sleep in the house? ›

      If he is young, new to you, or you otherwise can't yet depend on impeccable house behavior, a crate in a different room might be the best choice. You could also give him a dog bed in the bedroom and use a dog gate or keep the door shut. Even if your dog sleeps in a crate—or in your bed—he'll still need a dog bed.

      What dogs pick one person? ›

      For example, grey hounds, Shiba Inus, Cairn terriers, and Basenjis often bond strongly with one person, while Labrador retrievers, golden retrievers, poodles, and beagles like to spread the love more equally.

      Which dogs like humans the most? ›

      Which Dog Breeds Like Humans More Than Dogs?
      • Poodles. Poodles are exceptionally smart and beautiful dogs, known for their devotion to their human family above all else: they're the perfect canine companions.
      • German Shepherds. ...
      • Italian Greyhounds.
      • Australian Shepherds. ...
      • Pugs. ...
      • French Bulldogs.
      • Beagles. ...
      • Great Danes.
      Apr 4, 2019

      What dogs are most wanted? ›

      As the world's largest registry of purebred dogs, the AKC uses our registration statistics to rank the most popular breeds of the past year.
      Most Popular Dog Breeds of 2022 Full List.
      1French Bulldogs
      2Labrador Retrievers
      3Golden Retrievers
      4German Shepherd Dogs
      171 more rows
      Mar 15, 2023

      What's the most loyal dog? ›

      Most loyal dog breeds that will always be there for you
      • Golden Retriever. When you think of loyal dogs, golden retrievers are probably the first ones to come into your mind. ...
      • German Shepherd. ...
      • Saint Bernard. ...
      • Labrador Retriever. ...
      • Beagle. ...
      • Dachshund. ...
      • Rottweiler. ...
      • Border Collie.
      Apr 12, 2023

      What is the smartest dog? ›

      1. Border collie. According to The Intelligence of Dogs, which ranks 131 dog breeds in terms of their relative intelligence, the border collie is the smartest dog breed known to man. Need proof?

      Where do dogs like to be touched the most? ›

      For example, most dogs prefer being touched with long gentle strokes along the chest, shoulder and base of the tail. While some dogs have other places they enjoy a gentle fuss, such as along their ears. And, there are areas which are more sensitive to touch and therefore, less welcome!

      What dogs look the happiest? ›

      Golden Retriever

      Perhaps the happiest-looking dog of the bunch, golden retrievers are cheerful, fun-loving, caring, affectionate, great with kids and intelligent.

      What breeds are hug dogs? ›

      The Hug is a mix between the Siberian Husky and the Pug. It is considered a designer breed because two pure dog breeds were deliberately bred to produce him. This hybrid is attractive and affectionate and will make a good addition to an active family.

      What dog is a lazy dog? ›

      15 Lazy Dog Breeds
      Basset HoundBrussels GriffonChihuahua
      English BulldogEnglish Toy SpanielFrench Bulldog
      Great DaneGreyhoundHavanese
      Italian GreyhoundJapanese ChinMaltese
      NewfoundlandPugToy Poodle
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      What is the best dog for someone who works a lot? ›

      The Most Independent "Home Alone" Dog Breeds
      Dog BreedDominant Trait
      1. Basset HoundSleepy
      2. ChihuahuaCuddly
      3. French BulldogMellow
      4. GreyhoundQuiet
      3 more rows
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      What is the calmest dog that doesn't bark? ›

      The basenji is literally known as the "barkless dog" because they make so little noise, but the breed's not completely mute. When they do decide to speak up, the hounds make odd noises that sound similar to yodels.

      What is the pickiest dog? ›

      Dachshunds, French Bulldogs and Poodles are among some of the most pickiest eaters that will fuss over what is placed in their bowl. While dogs are known for eating pretty much everything, some pups are notorious for actually being quite fussy about what they eat.

      What is the most ruthless dog? ›

      1. American Pit Bull Terrier. The American Pit Bull Terrier is considered one of the most dangerous dog breeds – both in the U.S. and internationally. They are a very aggressive breed and have been known to attack and kill people.

      What is the best dog for 12 hour shifts? ›

      Basset Hound, a breed where “you'll be the one that's pining to get home to see your lazy little mate, you needn't worry about the dog.” Greyhounds, surprise! “When they're not racing around, they're napping and chilling out,” Reet Good assured. Whippets, who “enjoy time to themselves” and “are brilliant around kids.”

      Which dogs don t get separation anxiety? ›

      Dogs That Are Less Prone to Separation Anxiety
      • Bullmastiffs.
      • Chow Chows.
      • Akitas.
      • Chinese Shar-Peis.
      • Boston Terriers.
      • Lhasa Apsos.
      • Miniature Schnauzers.

      Which dogs are the most clingy? ›

      Top 11 Dog Breeds That Are Extra Clingy
      • #1 Vizsla. Known as the ultimate Velcro dog, this Hungarian breed is literally attached to their owner, and is happiest when right by your side. ...
      • #2 Labrador Retriever. ...
      • #4 Maltese. ...
      • #5 Golden Retriever. ...
      • #6 German Shepherd. ...
      • #7 Pug. ...
      • #8 Shetland Sheepdog. ...
      • #9 Italian Greyhound.

      What breed of dog is impulsive? ›

      Hyperactivity and impulsivity were the most common in mixed breed dogs, German Shepherds, Spanish Water Dogs and Staffordshire Bull Terriers, and the least common in Rough Collies and Miniature Schnauzers.


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