9 Low-Energy Dog Breeds: The Laziest Options


Despite their muscular appearance, English Bulldogs have a calm demeanor and prefer a relaxed lifestyle, making them a lazy breed.

English Bulldog


Despite their large size, Great Danes are surprisingly calm and tend to have low energy levels, needing moderate exercise to stay healthy.

Great Dane


While they enjoy short bursts of playfulness, Cavaliers are generally mellow dogs that don't require excessive exercise to stay content.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel


Pugs are known for their love of lounging and are typically satisfied with moderate walks or play sessions.



Known for their laid-back nature and low energy levels, Basset Hounds are often content with leisurely walks and plenty of nap time.

Basset Hound


Shih Tzus are small and low-energy dogs that enjoy indoor activities and don't demand intense physical exercise.

Shih Tzu


Chow Chows are independent and have a naturally low activity level, making them suitable for a more relaxed lifestyle.

Chow Chow


Similar to English Bulldogs, French Bulldogs have a laid-back temperament and are generally less active than some other breeds.

French Bulldog


Bullmastiffs are known for being gentle giants with a relaxed demeanor, making them a suitable choice for those seeking a low-energy breed.


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