This breed is often referred to as the "barkless dog" due to its unique yodel-like vocalization instead of traditional barking.
Known for their calm and gentle nature, Greyhounds are typically quiet and rarely bark unless necessary.
These affectionate dogs are generally not excessive barkers and prefer to be social and friendly.
While they have a deep bark when necessary, Bernese Mountain Dogs are generally quiet and calm in demeanor.
Although they may howl occasionally, Basset Hounds are not known for excessive barking and are generally laid-back companions.
Shih Tzus are known for their low-intensity barking and tend to be quieter compared to other small dog breeds.
Despite their large size, Newfoundlands are generally quiet and are more likely to use their deep bark as a warning or in response to unusual situations.
Whippets are quiet and gentle dogs that typically reserve their barks for specific situations, making them relatively low in vocalization.
This breed is known for being calm and dignified, and they generally bark less frequently compared to other breeds.
With a quiet and gentle disposition, Irish Wolfhounds are not known for excessive barking and are generally reserved in their vocalizations.