With their majestic, flowing locks, friendly faces and super-calm demeanor, the AKC calls the King Charles Cavalier Spaniel a well-mannered companion. They also make great therapy dogs, if you'd like to put yours to work.
Can you even handle those eyes? Yes, their ears do hang low and you can probably tie them in a bow, because the Basset hound is often just that tolerant.
This gentle giant was originally bred to rid the Irish countryside of wolves, but now they spend their time lounging around like kings. Intelligent, highly trainable and sensitive to their peoples' needs,
These adorable little alien-looking faces can often be found snoozing after a brief walk, because that's about all their short legs can handle. They tend to be quiet, calm and adaptable dogs, perfect for apartment living.
Don't let their large size fool you — Bernese mountain dogs love to chillax. They're awesome family dogs who are equally happy to roll around with the kiddos as they are to find a sunny spot for a snooze.
Loyal, affectionate and outgoing, Pekingese are said to have been bred by the Buddha himself. While we don't know if that's true, these pint-size pups will make a lucky addition to your home.
The "newfie" might as well be a furry throw rug for as much as they love lying around the house. While they do come in a super-size package, these super fuzzy friends don't get worked up easily, perfect to add some calm to your family.
Known as protective guardians, Rottweilers can have a softer side as loving and loyal companions to their owners.
Though they have a large and powerful stature, Newfoundlands are also known for their sweet temperament.