7 Most Low-Energy Dog Breeds, Ranked

The idea of relaxing with a snoring furball is very alluring to certain individuals. Our list of the most low-energy dogs is the ideal spot for you if curling up with a book and a devoted dog is your notion of the ideal day. 

Greyhounds are known for being excellent runners, but their owners will attest that they also enjoy a nice siesta. With that in mind, many Greyhounds will be completely content with a few quick walks per day for exercise.

1. Greyhound

Newfoundlands are hairy, drooling giants who enjoy lounging. Though they may not fit on your lap, these puppies will enjoy spending time with their folks. 

2. Newfoundland

These droopy-faced dogs may be persistent scent hunters, but they also like sleeping all day. Basset Hounds have captured the hearts of many Americans, according to Betterpet.

 Basset Hound

Proper English Bulldogs are rotund little blokes who prefer a good sleep. When they lose interest in an activity, they may just decide to stop and lie down.

English Bulldog

The Brussels Griffon may not be a familiar name in the United States, but these flat-faced dogs are cherished by their owners. Don't let their diminutive stature deceive you! 

Brussels Griffon

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a friendly and loyal dog breed. With proper training and plenty of attention, they can easily become terrific pets.

6. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

These little dogs have a reputation for being affectionate companions. While Maltese can have large attitudes at times, they also tend to burn out quickly and require a little power nap before getting back into the activity.

7. Maltese

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