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Top 10 Most Lazy Dog Breeds for couch potatoes owners - Bemorepanda

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A thorough knowledge of the characteristics of the breeds will help you better choose your pet, so that it fits perfectly to your needs and lifestyle. Here are the laziest dog breeds that are ideal for comfortable owners or the elderly. Bemorepanda collected the top for you.

 

1. The Pug

The pug is a small dog, but with the temperament of a large breed. He is not as nervous or impatient as small dogs, and has a similar attitude. They do great with children, but you have to calm them down when you see them being too active because they tend to be overworked. Like other breeds with short snouts, they may have trouble breathing, so they need air conditioning in the warmer months. They are comfortable, intelligent, easy to train and ideal companions.

 

2. The Pekingese

These intelligent dogs know that they are special and that is why they are extremely pampered. Originally, Beijingers slept all day in the lap of kings or aristocrats. They love to play and make schemes to entertain the whole family, but they get tired easily and retire to a long sleep on the armchair, if possible. Their beautiful fur does not need a haircut or special care, only about two brushings a week. He is not sociable and prefers to stay with family and close friends, than to make new friends.

 

3. The Maltese Bichon

They are elegant, fluffy puppies, with a gorgeous white and created fur, but which are easily tangled. They are cheerful, sociable and calm for a small breed. Don't bark much, but they will alert you if an intruder appears around. They prefer to walk in their arms and see the world from above, and life in the apartment suits them perfectly.

 

4. The French Bulldog

French bulldogs have a robust and muscular body, they are sociable, but stubborn and with a strong personality. they like life inside and prefer short walks, in which to defecate quickly and return to their master. I love people and prefer their company to other dogs.

 

5. Shih Tzu

Shih Tzu dogs are like those little, fast friends who are always on your feet. Small and not very fond of open spaces, Shih Tzu dogs are perfect if you want your dog's need for movement to be limited to walking around the apartment. However, we must warn you: their long fur requires daily care, so do not lie on one ear if you have adopted such a dog.

 

6. Chow Chow

Dogs known for their blue tongue, Chow Chowii will spend more time on the couch than your unemployed roommate. Extremely lazy and sensitive to heat, Chow Chow dogs prefer to stay indoors and cool, instead of running and playing.

 

7.Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

These smart and always happy dogs get along well with everyone, especially your annoying neighbors. Unlike other small dog breeds, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is very quiet - prone to excessive barking only if not trained at all. His energy level is depleted by a few laps around the house, turning into a perfect laziness to make him put himself at your feet and take a long nap.

 

8.Basset Hound

Unlike the other dog breeds on this list, the gentle Basset Hound is lazy only when inside. Once taken out, he starts running and sniffing everything for hours on end. Eventually, the breed was created to hunt, so it would not be at all fair not to be able to give free rein to instinct. However, when he receives his daily portion of the walk, he enters the house calmly and quietly. It is also commendable that he gets along well with other animals.

 

9.Pinscher Pitic

Although not as lacking in energy as the other puppies on the list, the fact that the Dwarf Pinscher is as the name suggests - dwarf - makes this breed an ideal apartment. Locked in the room, the dog will do nothing but nest on the couch and fall asleep for seven to eight hours. Too little prone to disease and easy to care for, it's no surprise that the Dwarf Pinscher is popular with those staying in the apartment.

 

10. Boston Terrier

Like the Bulldog, the Boston Terrier is a small, compact, friendly and easy to train dog. Inside, the Boston Terrier is quite idle, consuming all its energy outside when taken for a short walk. And his small size makes him an ideal dog for the apartment.

 

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The internet is full of many bad things, but it is also full of adorable pictures and videos of our beloved pets. Nothing makes you happier than a cute dog doing something weird. In case you need a little cheerfulness, we have picked the cutest breeds of small dogs to lift your mood. You are not the only one who shows affection for small dog breeds. The most popular breeds of the AKC (American Kennel Club) are presented below. Take a look at these cute little dogs collected by Bemorepanda!

 

1.Yorkshire terrier:

Yorkshire Terrier is one of the cutest breeds of small dogs. Although some dogs of this breed are just "like a cup of tea" Yorkshire Terriers have a strong personality and ensure perfect company on the road. Yorkies have been "fashionable" pets since the late Victorian era.

 

2. Papillon:

Another breed of dog that stands out as an excellent partner, is the "Butterfly" characterized as a loyal and loving friend. Importantly, in the family, with children, this small chick is an excellent supervisor. Calm, but at the same time always on alert, he is extremely protective of his master. The most remarkable feature of the "Butterfly" is the large butterfly ears.

 

3. Cavalier King Charles spaniel:

Not only is the "Cavalier King Charles Spaniel" adorable, but he loves to be hugged! A member of the group of "toys" due to his appearance, this puppy is gentle and extremely attentive to his family. These dogs are considered to be very elegant, which is probably the reason why the famous actress Charlotte York from the well-known series "Sex and the City" had one. It stands out as one of the most popular small breeds, being a dog worthy of all your love.

 

4. Brussels griffon:

Some might think that the "Brussels Griffon" is not the most attractive dog on the planet, but it is certainly cute. Strangely enough, Brussels griffins are smart, adaptable and cat-friendly. What they seem to lack in terms of their appearance compensates with the ability to do a lot of tricks. He is not in a great relationship with the children, but he will definitely make the owner happy.

 

5. Boston Terrier:

Like the inhabitants of the city after which it was named, the Boston Terrier is a loyal breed, it loves people, children, cats and even other dogs, being extremely adaptable. One of the most popular small breeds, the Boston Terrier is a small puppy that dog lovers like to have around.

 

6. Shih Tzu:

Shih Tzu's joy matches his vibrant and lively personality. A breed known for its fluffy fur and adorable appearance, Shih Tzu needs a lot of care to look good, including daily brushing. This dog is an excellent partner for adults and older children.

 

7. Bichon frieze:

Tiny and super fluffy: Bichon frieze is the symbol of sweetness. This little puppy likes to play with his beloved owner. Despite resembling a child's toy, the Bichon frieze cannot be considered a toy breed, but rather one of a non-sports group. A great lover of affection and being held in his arms, Bichon Frize is also very affectionate and attentive to adults and other furry friends.

 

8. Pomeranian:

Another down ball that you must love, the Pomeranian is a puppy that comes from the northern area. Intelligent and curious, this is a gentle and lively breed. It is a dog with special abilities that can participate in competitions and presentations, being easy to train due to its incredible intelligence. He does not relate very well to children, but he behaves amazingly with cats.

 

9. Scottish terrier:

The Scottish Terrier is a super adorable dog breed! Their thick eyebrows and stature make them look like older dogs, being very charming. With more than a nice look, the Scottish terrier is also a good guard. Intelligent and hypoallergenic, it is considered another small breed of dog, best suited for adults and older children.

 

10. Cockapoo:

A breed with a special appearance is the Cockapoo, this being given by the mixture between the English Cocker Spaniel and the Pudel. A Cockapoo will never leave you, because he likes to show his affection and to follow his master always. Good with children but also with other pets Cockapoo is smart and adaptable in any situation.

 

11. Pekingese:

Another member of the large family of small dogs is the Pekingese, a charming and enchanting specimen for those around. He is an intelligent dog, a good supervisor, who prefers the company of adults and friendship with kittens.

 

12. Maltese:

Maltese is a breed that loves to surround their masters with much affection. Lively and full of energy, this breed also enjoys playing with its adult owner as well as its furry friends. The Maltese loves his owner so much that he often suffers from anxiety, separation when left alone for too long. The Maltese require daily brushing of their fur.

 

13. Lhasa apso:

Small but confident, Lhasa apso is a pet breed that was raised to protect its family. Good with all people and pets, he manages to make friends with anyone. Fearful and devoted, Lhasa apso is a beautiful puppy who enjoys pampering requiring a lot of care and affection at the end of a tiring day.

 

14. Skye terrier:

Made famous by Queen Victoria herself, this versatile breed can be your protector or just a friend. Don't be fooled by his small stature, the Skye terrier is an excellent guard dog. Smart, friendly and walking, this is a puppy that you are happy to have around. Fearless and loyal, the Skye terrier is a breed suitable for a single-animal home.

 

15. Sussex spaniel:

A sporty and attractive dog, Sussex spaniel is an excellent pet for participation in hunting but also for everyday life. Sussex spaniel is reliable, loving other animals but also children, being a very friendly nature but also a notorious sloth.

 

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The Labrador Retriever is one of the most beloved quadrupeds in the world - and it was even voted the favorite breed in the USA.

Even though they are one of the most widespread breeds in the world, not many know the region where Labrador originally appeared or when they almost disappeared completely from Earth.


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Labrador Retriever dogs appeared in Newfoundland, Canada. Initially, they were called St. John's dogs and, over time, they have evolved to have traits appreciated by people, such as sociability and unique athletic abilities.


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In the 1800s, families in Nwefoundland were required to pay a fee if they had dogs and could not own more than one quadruped. Locals paid a higher fee for females, so many breeders preferred males.


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Fortunately, the breed became extremely popular in the United Kingdom, so the Labrador Retriever population continued to grow in that country.


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Labrador fur allows them to be exceptional swimmers, even in low temperatures. In the past, Labradors have been bred to help fish, so it's no wonder that the love of water has been encouraged by owners over time and helped the breed evolve in this direction.


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Even though black, chocolate and yellow / gold Labradors are the best known, there is also silver Labrador, which is actually gray. There is also red Labrador, which has brown-red fur.


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Crooked legs, long ears, and a look that simply melts you: the Teckel, named in Germany and the Anglo-German spaces Dachshund, are among the breeds that by their simple appearance can conquer hearts in a flash. But in this little one are hidden many more qualities beyond his character as a nice companion, who always wants to be tickled and played.


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The dachshund is a real hunter, being raised earlier in Germany especially to drive badgers and foxes out of the yards guarded by him. However, the use of dachshund as a hunting dog has declined sharply in recent years.


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The Dachshund does not know fear despite his stature, he is particularly loyal to the master for whom he is willing to endure anything. They love the moments when the owner shows his affection.


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It is friendly and loves children, making it an ideal choice if you want a family dog. Due to the barking that suggests an imposing dog and the fact that dachshunds are fearless, they are good guard dogs.


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Dachshunds have a longer life expectancy than other dog breeds. However, an inactive lifestyle can accelerate the oxidation process, namely the aging of cells. It is important that the food of a Dachshund limits oxidation and ensures healthy digestion for as long as possible.

Dachshunds often have a natural tendency to gain weight. Obesity can overload the spine and cause health problems.


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Let's get fluffy with Bemorepanda! Pomeranians are small, cute dogs, but they carry a personality of a big dog. They are very curious dogs, always in action and interested in everything that happens around them. Often, their favorite place in the house is the window from where they can observe everything that happens in their neighborhood.


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They will often bark, even just to announce that someone is passing in front of the house. They love being the center of attention, knowing about these dogs that they can become very petty about the attention they need.


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