9 Most Chill Dog Breeds

Golden Retriever

Originally created as a huge, stamina-filled hunting dog, Golden Retrievers are today popular family pets, service animals, and search and rescue dogs.

Labrador Retriever

Dogs with jobs or hobbies, such as therapeutic work, lengthy walks, and excursions to the dog park, are more peaceful at home. Having accomplished something can help them rest in the evening.

Irish Wolfhound

Irish Wolfhounds are among the oldest dog breeds and the most easygoing hounds. Used to hunt wolves, deer, and boar, Irish Wolfhounds are now pet dogs.


Inside, a greyhound is the ideal dog—calm, graceful, and quiet. They seek out comfortable, homey environments in which to unwind.

Rhodesian Ridgeback

Ridgebacks are calm and rarely bark. Rhodesian ridgebacks may look like huge, lethargic dogs, yet they may be dangerous. This dog is a hunter and protector. Ridgebacks are easy to train and tractable.

Great Dane

Well-bred Danes are friendly dogs. They're sweet, playful, and good with kids. They're eager to please, making training straightforward. The Great Dane is family-oriented.

Saint Bernard

Saint Bernards don't bark unnecessarily. Saint Bernards live 8 to 10 years. The Saint Bernard shouldn't live outside. Saint Bernards, like all dogs, thrive when they're with their families.


The Maltese is a historic breed favoured with English nobility, according to Frei. The loving and gentle Maltese is a popular toy breed.


The Bulldog was bred in England for bull baiting but is currently a popular family pet. Bulldogs prefer to eat, sleep, and relax at home.

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