Top 10 Easy Going Dog Breeds

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Life is too complicated to try to live it uptight and stressed. With all the ups and downs life can throw at us, sometimes we need to take a cue from our happy go lucky pup pal, and find fun in everything. No matter what is causing you stress, an easy going pup will follow you and stick by your side while teaching you how to relax and love every moment. These pups will be a calm and supportive furiend when you need one. Check out these top easy going breeds that can help you find your own inner nirvana.

Bichon Frise

This tiny fluffy is basically a walking cloud with four legs. Fluffy, attentive, and also ways a smile on their face these pups are some of the calmest breeds you'll find. They have low energy, are gentle, and obey well and make great family pets, although they do best in older families.


The Bulldog may not always look like they are happy, but don't like the stacks of cute wrinkles fool you, because they are normally pretty docile and mellow. If these pups aren't lounging around where they can, they are taking their time walking to where they need to go. They also tend to be a little stubborn, super lovable and friendly.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a highly regarded breed in dog shows due to their listening skills and sweet temperament. They are small-sized pups with fluffy ears and soft coats, and are in their best element when they listen to their masters and have a run to get their excess energy out. They can also relax with the best of them.
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The Collie is known for being able to run and run without losing stamina. They were used in farming labor to herd cattle and still are nowadays although now, they make great family pets. These patient pups are eager to please, and are protective, normally sticking around small children to protect and care for them just like their own.

English Toy Spaniel

English Toy Spaniels are great pups for all situations due to their small size, low maintenance requirements, and trainable personality. They make pawfect pups for houses or apartments since they don't bark and don't require much exercise. Though they do enjoy a good walk, they much prefer to lay by your side and cuddle all day long.

French Bulldog

The French Bulldog is a cross breed from France that has a small frame and calm temperament. Small in size, they are also small in temper and bark, usually staying quiet in the house. They are lively and sociable, and will get along with anyone who comes over, but in their downtime, they are also patient and easygoing.

Golden Retriever

Everyone knows and loves the Golden Retriever, and this is proven since they are the top popular dog breed in multiple countries. Don't let their popularity fool you though, they are grounded and hasn't let the fame go to their heads. They like to stick by their owners and listen well. They are easy to train, devoted, and very intelligent, and will relax with you anytime, anywhere.

Great Dane

Great Danes are the tallest dogs in the world, and despite their big size, they are actually still really relaxed and would rather stretch out on the floor. These gentle giants are great around other dogs and small children, staying even-tempered and friendly. Not only that, but they are easy to train and friendly, and after a good exercise, they are pretty lazy pups.


Not many people give much credit to the Greyhound as being calm due to their speed and passion for running, but after a short exercise period, they would rather just lay around and sleep on a comfy surface. They are very easy going and eager to please, and their devoted nature will always keep them by your side.

Irish Setter

The Irish Setter is a breed from Ireland who is also well-liked in dog shows for their gorgeous bright red coat and calm presence around people. They can be very goofy and playful when they get in the mood, but after a while, they just want to curl up at your side or your lap for pets.