Calm and Relaxed: 7 Dog Breeds to Consider

They make fantastic watchdogs because they're great protectors, but they need early training to avoid problems with guests or strangers.

Neapolitan Mastiff

Young Xolos may be high-energy and need regular exercise. Rare and old, so not surprising. Xoloitzcuintli are devoted, calm, and vigilant.

Xoloitzcuintli

Saint Bernards are calm dogs. Saint Bernards are kid-friendly. Their easy-going attitudes make them good in most environments, whether in the country or the city.

Saint Bernards

Proper socialisation and training are also needed to teach the breed how to act around youngsters and other dogs, since they don't recognise their own power.

English Mastiffs

Their size and barking can be unnerving. Great Danes are "gentle giants." They make calm, caring pets.

Great Danes

This gentle breed is a family favourite. Clumber Spaniels enjoy youngsters and get along well with other animals, making them a fantastic addition to a multi-pet home.

Clumber Spaniels

Bulldogs are a popular breed in the U.S. Bulldogs are popular with families with children due to their calm and sociable natures.

Bulldogs

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