to Keep You Company
Folks in the market for a calm dog breed need not look further than this comprehensive list. But first, let’s define “calm.”
The American Kennel Club classifies a calm breed as one that doesn’t have big, distressed reactions to stimuli. things like thunder, strangers, scents & new furniture won’t send them into a frenzy.
1. CAVALIER KING
This breed is super adaptable and agreeable—and one that remains cool as a cucumber to boot.
2. IRISH WOLFHOUND
These canines are sweet and serene to their very core. Big, just not aggressive or territorial.
3. ST. BERNARD
Fitting nicknames for the St. Bernard include Gentle Giant, Patient Pup and Cuddly Canine.
They may be strong, but they’re big softies with an even temper and cheerful nature.
5. IRISH SETTER
They love to play with kids and know when it’s time to settle down for the evening.
These pups prefer the calm, quiet life of homebodies and introverts to the hustle and bustle of family life.
Similar to Irish wolfhounds, Scottish deerhounds are enormous sweethearts.
Adopting a retired racing greyhound is a terrific way to give a hard-working dog some much needed love and relaxation.
9. BERGAMASCO SHEEPDOG
These stunning creatures enjoy peacefully watching over their family and learning commands.
10. TIBETAN TERRIER
Affectionate and devoted to its favorite human, the Tibetan terrier may only demonstrate stress when meeting new people.
11. TIBETAN SPANIEL
Aside from daily walks, Tibetan Spaniels are known to thoroughly enjoy lounging on the couch with their favorite human(s).
12. GREAT PYRENEES
Pensive, strong, patient and relaxed? Yes, we’re describing the beautiful, regal Great Pyrenees.
Low-Maintenance Dogs for People with Super-Hectic Live