8 Best Lazy Dog Breeds you’ll love To Pet!

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Last Updated on December 29, 2020

Let’s face it, our dogs are an image of ourselves and our own personalities. Normally, we tend to avoid lazy dogs because they rarely want to play or are just “boring” to have. That’s completely far from the truth and lazy dogs are great if you have a smaller house or if you consider yourself lazy as well, which many people do! So, if you’re already a dog parent who is looking forward to adopting another doggo or if you’re new to the dog world and are considering having your first pup, this might be great for you. These lazy dogs are great with new owners since they won’t give you as much work as an active and energetic dog would. Keep reading to find out what the laziest dog breeds are and decide which one resembles your personality the most!

1. Shih Tzu

These are some of the cutest dog breeds out there. They don’t grow much, which means that they’re great if you live in an apartment. They are very alert and affectionate and although they’re considered to be lazy they’re great with kids and very social amongst other dogs. However, don’t isolate them from activity, they still need a walk around the park every day. And because they’re so little and cute, you should expect many compliments when walking around with him.

2. Saint Bernard

The saint bernards are amazing nanny dogs. If you have kids, worry not, because despite their big physique these dogs will never hurt them. They are calm and super patient and can be very playful. Overall, a great dog for big families! Because they’re so popular and loved, you might want to control how many dog treats are given to them by your other family members. We know good dogs must be rewarded but too much might make them sick!

3. Basset Hound

If you’re a cuddler, the basset hound will definitely keep you warm and cozy on your couch and bed. They’re usually large yet they have these tiny short legs that make them look very weirdly cute. They are scent hounds, which means that they probably would be better off in a big house with a big patio or garden. Plus, they have a very special deep bark, so make sure your neighbors are fine with it before you decide to bring this breed to your home.