Each dog has a different personality, in the same breed there will be dogs that are more gentle than other dogs. But there are dog breeds that are mostly dogs that are more gentle than other dog breeds.
#1 – Beagle
The Beagle is a small hunting dog originating from England. They have large ears, a cute face, and a tail often erect. The Beagle is friendly, fun, gentle, and also a bit curious. Because of the dog’s excessive friendliness, so they are not a good guard dog. In addition, the Beagle is also easy to take care of and requires almost no grooming, but they also require exercise to avoid obesity. What you need to pay attention to is that their long, soft ears can become infected by being moist and not well ventilated.
#2 – Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a small breed originating from the United Kingdom. They have long ears, big eyes and an expressive face, many say it’s a sweet face. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is very gentle, affectionate, graceful and charming, always likes to be with their owners and they are also rarely bark.
#3 – Great Dane
The Great Dane is a large breed originating from Germany. They are very gentle, friendly, and rarely bark, coupled with an elegant appearance. Great Dane is a sweet and reliable companion, they are also a good guardian, alert for the family.
#4 – Vizsla
Vizsla is a breed of Hungarian origin, they stand out with their agility, and energetic , and also a talented hunter. In addition, Vizsla is also very affectionate, loyal, caring and gentle, not liking being left alone.
#5 – Rough Collie
The Rough Collie, also known as the Long Collie or the Long-haired Collie, is a long-coated dog breed of medium to large-sized herding dog that originated in United Kingdom (Scotland). The Rough Collie is an intelligent, gentle, devoted, very loyal dog who rarely shows nervousness or aggression. The Rough Collie is suitable as a family dog and a great friend with children and other pets. However, The Rough Collie needs to be socialized early to avoid shyness.
#6 – Cocker Spaniel
Cocker Spaniel has 2 types: American Cocker Spaniel and English Cocker Spaniel, their name depends on their origin. They have long ears, big eyes and a cute face and they have enough colors and patterns. The Cocker Spaniel is a gentle, fun, intelligent, easy-to-train dog, and they also love to play with children.
#7 – Boston Terrier
The Boston Terrier is a small breed originating from the United States of America. They also have a nickname “American Gentlemen” for their impeccable manners. The Boston Terrier has a square head, erect ears, short nose, and large round eyes, they are also friendly, gentle, cheerful dogs, a little curious, mischievous and like to be the center of attention.
#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. However, Newfoundland also shed a lot so they will not be suitable for allergy sufferers.
#9 – 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, gentle, 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.
#10 – Old English Sheepdog
The Old English Sheepdog is a large breed of herding dog originating from England. The Old English Sheepdog has a long, thick, shaggy grey and white coat, with fur covering their face and eyes with ears lie flat to the head. The Old English Sheepdog is a intelligent, kindliness, gentle, courage and watchfulness. In addition, they are also great with children and never being nervous or aggression.