This breed is often described as reserved and cautious, making them less demonstrative in their affection.
Known for their dignified and independent nature, Afghan Hounds can be aloof and less openly affectionate compared to some other breeds.
Chow Chows are known for their aloof and independent nature. They are often reserved and may not seek out affection as readily as more social breeds.
Borzois, also known as Russian Wolfhounds, are elegant and reserved. While they can form strong bonds with their owners, they may not display affection in the same way as more overtly affectionate breeds.
Shiba Inus are independent and have a strong sense of dignity. While they can be loyal to their families, they may not be as openly affectionate as some other breeds.
Known for their independence, Basenjis may be less overtly affectionate compared to breeds that are more people-oriented.
While not a dog breed, cats are known for their independent nature and may not display affection in the same way as many dog breeds. Some individuals, however, can be quite affectionate.
Bullmastiffs are known for their calm and gentle demeanor, but they may not be as outwardly affectionate as some more exuberant breeds.