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5 of the most quiet dog breeds, according to experts

by Sofia Navarro
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Choosing a puppy is a great idea if you want to give and have quality time to walk, go to the vet, and play with them. Some dogs are more energetic, playful, and demanding of attention, while others are relaxed, lazy, and generally introverted. If you’re interested in adopting a “fur baby” that meets the latter requirements, here are 5 of the most tranquil dog breeds, according to experts.

Dogs are very affectionate and friendly animals, and they always bring a smile to your face. Although each dog has a unique personality (whether purebred or not), there are personality traits and needs that are generally associated with certain breeds.

If you’re thinking of adopting one and want it to be more tranquil due to your lifestyle or the people who share your home, you can consider the following breeds, as experts have noted that they have a gentler and more laid-back temperament. However, keep in mind that they can also become agitated in stressful situations or when they are scared.

  1. French Bulldog

This breed is characterized by a cheerful, affectionate, and sociable temperament. They are relatively small in size with short legs, which is why Good Housekeeping describes them as “perfect for apartment living.” Additionally, they often take naps, so they won’t be running around all the time. And just look at their ears, they’re adorable.

  1. Saint Bernard

The Saint Bernard breed is large in size (a male can weigh between 60 to 80 kilograms), but it is friendly, tends to be calm, and very tranquil. This breed is originally from Switzerland and has a beautiful coat. It’s a great choice if you like big and affectionate dogs.

  1. Samoyed

This adorable breed is known for being friendly, independent, and always alert to what’s happening around them. Although they have moments of excitement when playing, they are generally calm dogs that sleep a lot. However, they do need plenty of space to avoid feeling stressed.

  1. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

If you want a small dog, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is perfect for you. Its origin dates back to the 16th century in the United Kingdom, and it has been considered an ideal companion dog since then. The Study Finds platform describes this canine as having a friendly and majestic character. They can weigh between 5 to 8 kilograms and are perfect for adding some charm to your family.

  1. Pekingese

Pekingese dogs are described by Good Housekeeping as loyal, affectionate, and extroverted. They are small dogs and do not exceed 5 kilograms in weight. They are usually sweet and very affectionate, but they tend to sleep a lot and do not engage in demanding physical activities.

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