Top 10 Most Talkative Dog Breeds

Dogs use their sounds to communicate, to express emotions, to alert. they can bark, howl, whine, growl or even imitate human sounds. And in this article, we’re referring to 10 dog breeds that tend to bark, howl, or use their sound more than other dog breeds.

#1 – Siberian Husky

The Siberian Husky is a medium-sized working dog originating from the northeast of Siberia. The Siberian Husky was previously used as a sled dog in cold places. Today, they are more popular as pets, human companions. The Siberian Husky is a friendly, mischievous, loyal, independent, outgoing and somewhat stubborn dog. The Siberian Husky rarely barks, but they often howl and sing along to the sounds they hear, and they are especially famous for their ability to imitate human voices that make many people think they are capable of talking.

#2 – Dachshund

The Dachshund is a very famous small breed and is called with many other names such as: Doxie, Weenie Dog, Wiener Dog, Sausage, Teckel, Dackel. Dachshunds are friendly, emotional, energetic, but stubborn dogs. They always tend to want to be touched, cuddled, sit on their owner lap. However, Dachshund can become excessive barking without proper training. Just a strange sound, or objects moving suddenly through them also makes Dachshund bark continuously. And if they are left alone and feel uncomfortable, they may make whining sounds.

#3 – Beagle

The Beagle is a small hunting dog originating from England. They have large ears, a cute face, and a tail often erect. Today, the Beagle is loved by many people and popular among families in the United States because of its cute, friendly, gentle, fun, easy-going and characteristics to create a great family dog. However, the Beagle is also a dog that likes barking and howling.

#4 – Miniature Schnauzer

The Miniature Schnauzer is the smallest of the Schnauzer breeds of German origin. The Miniature Schnauzer has eyebrows and a beard that greatly impresses people at first sight. They are also breeds of thick, soft double coat, and sheds very minimally, hypoallergenic, as their other Schnauzer brothers. The Miniature Schnauzer is also a friendly, intelligent, alert, docile and easy to train dog. However, the Miniature Schnauzer is a breed notorious for barking so much for its instinct to protect its family members, and sometimes to show their territorial dominance.

#5 – Yorkshire Terrier

The Yorkshire Terrier, also known as Yorkie, is a small terrier originating from England, weighing no more than 7 pounds. Yorkie is a dog with personality, they are often likened to Vikings, they are fun, affectionate, loyal, giving their owners many laughter. Today the Yorkshire Terrier appears much and lives happily in families in America. The Yorkie also tends to bark a lot, they often sound the alarm when anyone comes near, or sometimes seek your attention.

#6 – Pomeranian

Pomeranian, also known simply as Pom, is a breed of dog of the Spitz type originating from Pomerania. Pomeranian has a double coat, ruffled, especially the ruffled fur around the neck that makes them look like cute fur balls. The Pomeranian is intelligent, friendly, lively, playful, sometimes aggressive to prove themselves, and they like to be the center of attention. The Pomeranian has loud barking and also barked a lot, sometimes they do not know when to stop barking.

#7 – Chihuahua

The Chihuahua is a small breed of dog, weighing no more than 6 pounds, is native to Mexico. With the Short-Hair-Chihuahua version, they almost need no grooming and do not take much time for cleaning. Chihuahuas are loyal, intelligent and charming dogs. They are the ideal pet for families living in city apartments with busy lives. Chihuahuas are also considered a watch dog because they tend to bark at strange objects or strange sounds.

#8 – Bluetick Coonhound

The Bluetick Coonhound is a breed of Coonhound (the coonhound is a type of scent hound) originating in the United States. The Bluetick Coonhound is a muscular and speedy nocturnal hunter and they are commonly used as raccoon hunting dogs. The Bluetick Coonhound is an intelligent, friendly, devoted, obedient, athletic dog and can get well with children. However, Bluetick Coonhounds also bark a lot at home and they often gets acquainted with strangers with its characteristic howls and will sniff strangers until satisfied.

#9 – West Highland White Terrier

West Highland White Terrier, also known as Westie, is a medium-sized terrier originating from Scotland. The Westie has a compact body, with longer legs than other Scottish terrier, and has a white double coat that fills the dog’s face with rough outer coat. And they are also a hypoallergenic dog breed. The Westie is a highly social, friendly, loyal, jolly, slightly curious dog and requires regular exercise. In addition, the Westie is very quick to bark any new sights or sounds, making them great watch dogs.

#10 – Pembroke Welsh Corgi

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a small breed of cattle dog native to Wales. They are famous for their short legs, and extremely cute appearance. The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is an intelligent, affection, playful, easy-to-train dog. Socializing early, they are very friendly and love their family, making family members happy is always what they want. However, they tend to bark a lot at every new sight and sound they encounter.

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