Sweet-natured Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is one of the calmest dog breeds.
Although the Irish Setter may bark when alarmed, it’s generally a quiet, good-natured breed.
If you’re looking for a calm dog breed that’s fairly low maintenance, the little Maltese won’t disappoint.
Don’t be put off by a large dog — sometimes the calmest canines come in big packages. Take the Leonberger, for instance.
Akita is a peaceful presence in the home. In fact, this naturally silent dog is so unlikely to bark, you know something’s wrong when it does!
Greyhound has a truly sweet, gentle nature. It’s no surprise the breed has enthralled artists, poets and kinds for thousands of years.
Spaniels aren’t known for being particularly calm, but the Sussex is probably the calmest of the lot.
Rhodesian Ridgeback, which seldom barks and it often doesn’t snore either, which is a plus if you’re looking for a dog that won’t disturb your nighttime calm.
The bulky Boerboel is known for being calm with children and is a loyal, confident, intelligent breed that makes an extremely rewarding pet for the owner.