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Home Alone: 7 Dog Breeds That Can Easily Tolerate Loneliness

For many people, wanting a dog and working a full-time job may seem like two incompatible things. But as much as you’d love to have a four-legged friend to keep you company in the evenings, you really don’t want to leave your pup alone all day while you’re at the office. Although no dog should be left alone for an excessive amount of time, there are a few breeds that handle separation well without resorting to destructive behavior.

If your schedule doesn’t allow you to spend a lot of time at home with your dog, consider these breeds. They are more independent and do not need a lot of attention from their owner.

Basenji

This unique breed originated in Africa, where it was bred as a hunting dog. Known as a non-barking breed, they are not voiceless. It’s just that his vocalizations are limited to sounds unusual for dogs, reminiscent of yodeling.

Because Basenjis are very independent and intelligent, they may not even notice you are gone. However, be prepared to be greeted when you return.

Basenji

Everything you need to know about the Basenji

Shar Pei

Another breed that feels good alone thanks to its calm and somewhat reserved character. With their detachment and a certain indifference, they resemble cats.

These dogs do not like strangers very much, but are ready to do anything for their owners. However, it is important to take the time to properly train and socialize your Shar Pei when he is a child, otherwise he will become very stubborn and begin to dominate his owner.

Shar-Pei

Everything you need to know about the Shar Pei

Maltese

Fluffy and adorable, Maltese dogs make excellent companions. While they are certainly very energetic and will happily run around your house, they don’t need as much exercise as other breeds. And this is the kind of dog that can be safely left home alone.

Maltese

Everything you need to know about the Maltese

Chow Chow

Calm, independent and clean, Chow Chows will do well unsupervised in your home. They require regular physical activity, so you will need to take several long walks before and after work. Like cats, chow-chows do not like cuddles or strangers.

Chow-Chow

Everything you need to know about the Chow Chow

Bullmastiff

Although the Bullmastiff can weigh up to 60 kg, it makes a wonderful apartment dog. This large breed requires a lot less exercise than you might imagine and they love to sleep. These dogs are therefore ideal for people with busy schedules.

Some Bullmastiffs are more sedentary, but most like to exercise by going for a brisk walk.

Bullmastiff

Everything you need to know about the Bullmastiff

Chihuahua

Chihuahuas are known for their miniature size – representatives of this breed usually weigh no more than three kilograms, so they are perfect for a small apartment. They are quite independent, even if they really appreciate the presence of people.

Chihuahua

Everything you need to know about the Chihuahua

French Bulldog

According to the American Kennel Club, this small breed was bred for city living, which means they don’t need a lot of exercise. French bulldogs are also quite calm, so they won’t bark or bother your neighbors while you’re away.

French-Bulldog

Everything you need to know about the French Bulldog

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