Golden Retriever

Calm breeds. Golden Retrievers are popular family pets, service animals, and search and rescue dogs. Golden Retrievers are friendly. They like to play with adults, kids, and animals.


Racing greyhounds are quiet family pets. Greyhounds are kind with people and other dogs and may live in apartments. Relaxed and low-key at home, the breed pursues cats and other small pets.

Labrador Retriever

Labrador Retrievers are good with kids and other animals. Dogs with jobs or hobbies, including therapy, long walks, and dog parks, are calmer at home. After accomplishing something, they can relax.

Irish Wolfhound

Irish Wolfhounds are the oldest and most chill hounds around. The Irish Wolfhound is a family- and pet-friendly breed. A daily run is sufficient for Irish Wolfhounds, whether they live in the city or the country.

Afghan Hound

Afghan Hounds are agile and fast hunters, but quiet and relaxed at home. Afghan Hounds have long, drooping ears and a curled tail and may be aloof. Afghan Hounds are amiable and can live with other dogs

Rhodesian Ridgeback

Europeans raised Rhodesian Ridgebacks for lion hunting, protection, and friendship. Environment, training, and socialisation affect dog serenity. An apartment-raised dog will act differently from one with outside space.

Great Dane

Great Danes were originally bred as military dogs and wild boar hunters. Despite their size, Great Danes don't need much exercise. A well-socialized Great Dane is good with children and other animals.


The Bulldog was bred in England for bull baiting but is today a popular family pet. Bulldogs love to eat and sleep and are generally laid-back. Daily walks will keep the breed stimulated and prevent fat.

Saint Bernard

Similar to the Newfoundland, the Saint Bernard is a calm and good-natured giant dog. Saint Bernards, because of their size and coat, require daily exercise and care.

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