Won't bother the neighbors: breeds of dogs that bark little
Often, the inclination of these animals to bark deters us from the final decision to get a dog. Waking up in the middle of the night because the dog has seen something and is now loudly communicating it is only half the battle. Additionally, it can make the neighbors very angry.
However, some breeds are not naturally inclined to bark. OBOZREVATEL tells you which dogs might appeal to someone who doesn't want to hear this sound.
The special structure of the throat makes this small dog very quiet. Instead of barking, it makes a whole range of different sounds, but they are not as loud. Additionally, it is a clean breed that does not have the typical odor of dogs. In many ways, Basenji's behavior resembles that of cats, and they are wonderful, loyal family companions.
It's strange to say, but these extremely good-natured dogs were once used for hunting deer. Nowadays, they are wonderful companions who do not tend to make too much noise. We are talking not only about barking but also about other types of sounds. Deerhounds are affectionate with children and do not require much exercise, despite their large size.
A large breed with a hippopotamus-like head and cute folds of skin from nose to tail, the Sharpei was once considered a fighting breed. Over time, Sharpeis have evolved into calm and even frightening creatures - because of the folds on their muzzles, they have a limited angle of vision. That is why such dogs behave cautiously and do not want to attract attention by barking.
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