Siberian Husky

Huskies naturally talk to each other since they work in packs. How does this affect human packs? Howling and vocalization. Huskies always speak their minds. 


The bay is familiar to Beagle owners. The bay is the Beagle's expression, deeper and longer than a howl. If they desire attention or are scaring someone, you may hear it. It's endearing in little doses.

Miniature Schnauzer

The Miniature Schnauzer is adorable with its scruffy beard, folded ears, and salt-and-pepper coat. They're not passive observers. These spirited pups bark at everything. 

Yorkshire Terrier

Oh, Yorkie! Tiny furballs that melt your heart but hurt your ears. Yorkies are confrontational like other terriers. They're brave and won't fear the unfamiliar. They alarm by excessive yapping. 


Chihuahuas, another little dog, are noisy. This breed's lung capacity and alertness are outstanding but exhausting. If you can tame the Chihuahua's yapping, you'll have a perfect lap dog. 

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Australian Shepherd

Aussies are herders. Barking is key to this. Even if your Australian Shepherd isn't herding, they'll be busy around the house. 

Bassett Hound 

Bassett Hounds' small legs, large ears, and droopy eyes make everyone grin. Squatty bodies will never win. If left alone, they howl.


Dachshunds are courageous and outspoken since they hunted rabbits and badgers. Anyone who knows this breed knows they talk a lot. This stocky breed needs early training to stop bothersome barking. 

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