The breed is naturally wary of strangers, but it is unlikely to use its bark to keep them away from its human companions or its house.
The breed makes up for its lack of vocal range by communicating effectively through a "yodelling" noise.
Overall, the Bernese is a calm and sociable breed that does well in a home environment.
The majority of them are basically lazy dogs who want to stay in your lap all day, and they don't bark too much, either," explains Gilmartin.
The Borzoi has a reputation for being calm and stealthy, much like a cat.
They are friendly to most people and won't serve as a guard dog by barking at outsiders.
Frenchies, as they are commonly known, rarely bark unless they need to. Because of its petite size, amiable personality, and moderate energy level.
I've noticed that, perhaps due to their temperament and build, they rarely bark. The one bark they do make is distinctive, says Gilmartin.
Newfies" are characterised by an infrequent propensity to bark. This dog is great for families because it is kind and adores little ones.
Scottish Deerhounds, despite their large size, are surprisingly silent dogs, typically only barking to warn their owners to anything.