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11 Quiet Dog Breeds That Rarely Bark

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Would you like a dog that doesn’t bark?

Just like humans, all dog breeds are different and have unique personality traits, temperaments, and behaviors that can be influenced by the way they have been raised by their owners.

For example, if you don’t socialize and train your dog properly from an early age, then your pet will be more likely to develop problematic behavior. However, if you provide them with enough exercise, good food, regular vet check-ups, and regular training sessions, you will have a loyal and happy friend for life that can get along well with other pets and people as well.

Nevertheless, according to animal experts, there are some standard characteristics that can describe your dog but can’t be completely influenced by you. Before adopting a dog, you should educate yourself about the desired dog breed, because this way you will know what to expect.

For instance, if you are allergic to pets, but still want to adopt a dog, then try to choose a non-shedding breed. The truth is that the standard features of a dog breed can tell you a lot about the problems you may face.

In addition, one of the most important things that you have to take into consideration before bringing a pet home is where you live and if you are busy most of the day. If you live in an apartment and work all day long, then a dog that barks a lot may not be a good solution for you, because your neighbors may be disturbed and you don’t want to be fined by the police.

So, if you want a dog that doesn’t bark too much, you should avoid these breeds that have been developed to protect sheep and cattle and choose a companion dog instead. That being said, here are some quiet dog breeds that rarely bark. Read on for more info!

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5 Responses

  1. Thank you for all this information. Keep writing about different types of dogs and their personalities. Keeping people informed before they adopt or buy a pet. I really enjoyed reading this.

  2. The sharpei is not a good family breed dog or dog for most people. It was bred to fight and retains that aggression. Training cannot override centuries of breeding for fighting and it’s a liability to attack people or other animals without warning. My neighbor’s sheep were disemboweled by a sharpie that jumped their fence and attached them. Chow is another with too much selection for aggression in the blood. These are both on the uninsurable list for homeowner’s insurance for a reason.

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