Quietest dog breeds
So, you want to feel the company of a fluffy pooch without the song of their people? Or maybe you live in an apartment building with walls as thick as paper? Not a problem. The following are the quietest dog breeds out there. Not that they will never bark, but they will only do it when it is super necessary. Which is almost never.
Bernese Mountain Dog
Bernese Mountain Dogs are not only one of the quietest dog breeds but they are among the most docile. They love to socialize and their big size makes them scary for strangers.
If there is one trait that Basenjis are known for, is their inability to bark. Instead, they make this yodeling sound. But these African hunters will only sing their song only when it is absolutely necessary.
The Shar Pei has its origins as a guard dog in China. When you see these wrinkly good boys and girls, you can tell they are gentle. They almost never bark, except when they are worried or threatened. Besides that, they are usually silent.
Think of a Greyhound as a family dog that needs to concentrate on his surroundings. Barking would make them completely lose their concentration. They are nice, well-mannered, and polite.
If you are looking for Lassie, you got one here. These Collie dogs only bark whenever they need your attention on some. Yep, like in the show.
Friendly, calm, and courageous, the bulldog will stay like a couch potato on his spot without making a noise.
These giants are known for their calm nature. Being his temperament so mild, Newfoundlands do not bark very often.
Whippet is a very intelligent sighthound and barely barks. These couch potatoes were bred to hunt and race and rarely make a noise.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Besides being crazy cute and friendly, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dogs will stay quiet right there next to you on the couch.
They are big, collected, and dignified. Not the most energetic dogs out there, they are not going to waste the little they have with barking for no reason.
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