The dog breeds that like to be lazy are usually the dog breeds with low energy, they usually do everything at a leisurely pace and spend a lot of time sleeping or lying in one place. Here are 10 dog breeds that like to be lazy.
#1 – English Bulldog
English Bulldog, also known as Bulldog, is a medium-sized dog breed originating in England. The English Bulldog is a short, muscular breed, with loose skin on the head, a snub nose, and small ears. They rarely bark, but because of their short snout, they often snort and wheeze. The English Bulldog is a very friendly, calm, courageous dog. In addition, they are also low-energy dogs, quite lazy and like to sleep, so they need regular exercise and a balanced diet, to keep dog form.
#2 – Clumber Spaniel
The Clumber Spaniel is the largest breed of dog of the spaniel type. The Clumber Spaniel has a massive ‘melting’ head with a mournful and dopey expression, a square nose and muzzle, and large vine-leaf shaped ears, freckles on the muzzle and front legs are common. The Clumber Spaniel is mellow, amusing, gentle, loyal, affectionate, calm, but dignified and aloof with strangers. In addition, the Clumber Spaniel is also a low-energy dog, they usually do everything at a leisurely pace and often prefer to lie in their favorite place.
#3 – Basset Hound
The Basset Hound is a short-legged breed of dog originating from France. Basset Hound has a large, domed head with very long soft ears, loose skin and sad eyes. The Basset Hound is a friendly, playful and outgoing dog, tolerant of other pets and great companion for children. Basset Hounds are usually low energy, least active and spend a lot of time on sleeping, they can sleep anywhere, and anytime.
#4 – French Bulldog
French Bulldog, also known as Frenchie, they are a small hunting dog originating from France. The French Bulldog is a petite dog with a cute face with erect ears, short nose, big head and wrinkles. Most of the time French Bulldog is cheerful, friendly, always likes to be with their owner. Although they are always very excited and energetic when playing with you, they are also low to moderate energy dogs and spend a lot of time sleeping.
#5 – Pekingese
The Pekingese is a breed of toy dog, originating in China. They are also known by other names as “Lion Dog” because they have long fur covering their neck and chest like a lion’s mane. Pekingeses are loyal, affectionate, confident, charming, alert dogs and can be considered good watch dogs. In addition, Pekingeses are also low to moderate energy dogs and spend a lot of time sleeping.
#6 – English Mastiff
English Mastiff, also known as Mastiff, is the largest weight dog in the world, originating from the United Kingdom. The English Mastiff is known for being a big, strong, brave, decent, kind dog. They are great companions and guardians for their families. However, the English Mastiff is a very lazy dog, and loves to sleep so they need to be exercised regularly to prevent lazy behavior and prevent some health problems.
#7 – Saint Bernard
The Saint Bernard is a large, extremely strong and muscular dog breed. They are loved and famous throughout the world. Originally, Saint Bernard was used as a rescue dog in the Alps. Nowadays, the Saint Bernard is appearing in many happy families, because they are quiet, devoted, and friendly dogs. In addition, Saint Bernard is also a dog that tends to be lazy and spend a lot of time to sleep.
#8 – Newfoundland
The Newfoundland is also known by another name is Newfie, is a large working dog originating from Newfoundland and Labrador (is the easternmost province of Canada). In addition to its large, strong appearance, this breed is better known for its sweet, cute, friendly, sociable, patient personality. The Newfoundland is also very docile, easy to train and love children. In addition, Newfoundlands usually do everything at a leisurely pace and often prefer to lie in their favorite place.
#9 – Shih Tzu
The Shih Tzu is also known as the Chinese Lion Dog, a small breed originating from China. They have a straight, silky coat and this coat has minimal shedding, and Shih Tzu is also considered a dog that does not aggravate allergy symptoms. The Shih Tzu is affectionate, loyal, outgoing, playful, alert, and sometimes stubborn. In addition, the Shih Tzu is also a low energy dog and they can sleep anytime, anywhere.
#10 – Lhasa Apso
The Lhasa Apso is a non-sporting dog breed originating in Tibet. The Lhasa Apso is famous for a floor-length, flat-hanging coat, parted in the middle and draping each side of the body. Lhasa Apsos are intelligent, loyal, independent, comical dogs and they are also quite wary of strangers. In addition, The Lhasa Apso is a low-to-moderate energy dog and spends a lot of time sleeping.