A Dog Trainer's Top Laziest Dog Breeds

The other side is that some dogs are perfectly fine just lounging around the house.

Additionally, there are five canine breeds that are notoriously sluggish, as pointed

out by Marc Windgassen, training director and co-founder of Dogpoint USA.

This kind of dog is less likely to be out on a stroll than to be playing fetch, thanks to its little build and long, drooping ears.

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"It seems to be allergic to movement and blends right into the environment," Windgassen adds.

He continues by making the joke that their distinctive wail is the only way to identify one.

These massive canines will gladly curl up in your lap and remain there for as long as they can, even though they weigh up to fifty pounds.