Independent and cat-like, Basenjis are known for being aloof and less inclined toward cuddling or overt displays of affection.
Typically reserved and dignified, Chow Chows are known for their independence and aren't known to be overtly affectionate.
This breed tends to be loyal but can be aloof or independent, making them less overtly affectionate compared to some other breeds.
These elegant dogs are known for their aloof nature and are often less inclined towards constant affection and cuddles.
While they can be affectionate with their owners, Greyhounds are often more reserved and may not seek constant attention or cuddles.
Similar to Afghan Hounds, Salukis can be quite reserved and independent, preferring their own space at times.
Known for their intelligence and independence, Airedales may not be as overtly affectionate as some other breeds.
Despite their large size, Irish Wolfhounds are often gentle giants and can be reserved or independent in terms of seeking constant affection.