Lazy Dog Breeds
If a dog's energy level doesn't match yours or your lifestyle, it could pose complications.
You may work long hours or live in a small town without parks. High-energy dogs can't get enough exercise & attention.
You may prefer a low-energy dog breed. Low-energy doesn't mean no energy. It might signify calmness or minimal exercise.
A low-energy dog needs regular exercise, but not a 90-minute hike. Lazy dog breeds come in diverse forms, sizes, & temperaments, but they can all be there when you need them—especially on the couch.
Basset Hounds appear to have done it all & want a nap. When it matters, they display their commitment to their humans. Basset Hounds are kind & low-energy.
Give your Basset Hound a daily walk with lots of stops to sniff & they'll be fine. Friendly multi-colored shaggy pups.
Their fur is attractive, but their friendliness to children & other animals makes them distinctive. These dogs like being alone or with others.
This size dog needs less activity than thought. They enjoy 30–60-minute hikes & energetic playtime daily. These gentle giants are softies despite their size.
Bernese Mountain dogs are beautiful & sweet. Though quiet, they may have fun. They don't need much exercise to be happy, but they'll join you for a beach walk or a mountain trip if you do.
They don’t need a lot of exercise to be happy, but on the other hand, they’re good with joining you for a walk on the beach or a hike on a mountain trail if that’s what you’re doing.
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