Do you have a Talkative Dog?
Humans are of different kinds. Some keep talking all the time while some of them prefer to be quiet, some of them talk only when needed, while some are shrewd and raise their voice over everything. Just like humans, dogs possess these characters as well.
While all dogs talk, some have a lot more to say than the others. In this blog, we bring to you 5 most talkative dog breeds that you can choose from. If you are someone who loves talking and is considering to buy/adopting, one from this list should be your pick.
Spitz or Pomeranian:
If you have a Japanese Spitz, a German Spitz or a Pomeranian you have got yourself the most talkative companion for life. Although small in size their voice will make you wonder the beauty of God’s creation. They have a very sharp hearing capacity and will be able to even detect the slightest sound. And, when they do, they start talking.
Life Span: 10 to 16 years
Temperament: Talkative, Affectionate, Obedient, Intelligent, Proud
Did you know that Beagles were bred to spot rabbits? They are blessed with the most sensitive sense of smell among the dogs. The most modern breed of Beagle was developed in the early 50’s. Although domesticated today, their voice is something that has not been changed making you wonder how a dog so small can bark 3 to 4 times its size.
Life Span: 12 to 15 years
Temperament: Amiable, Excitable, Determined, Gentle
If you have one in your house or neighborhood, you would have by now know what it means to have a really talkative dog. Spurious to its size and its role in the popular TV show ‘Game of Thrones’, Huskies are gentle and can make a great companion.
Life Span: 12 to 15 years
Temperament: Outgoing, Friendly, Alert, Gentle, Intelligent
One would not believe that a pooch so small can have a voice that can tear your eardrums. Ideally suits to be a watchdog, Chi’s will start barking at the slightest of sound or disturbance. But the good news is, it is possible to train them. They are one of the oldest dog breeds in the world (dating back to 300 BC)
Life Span: 12 to 20 years
Temperament: Devoted, Lively, Alert, Highly Talkative
Immaterial of being a White, Yorkshire, Cairn, Skye or a Boston, terriers have an inclination towards what can be rightfully called as ‘Nuisance Barking’. They would bark at anything and everything and wouldn’t stop even when you beg them to. Given their history, it is mandatory that you train them from a pup if you do not want to end up kicked out of the neighborhood.
Life Span: 10 to 15 years
Temperament: Hardy, Friendly, Independent, Courageous
For dogs, barking is a normal means of communication. Dogs do not bark without a reason and for the most time, it is something good. Learn more about your dog and why it is barking before jumping to conclusions. Now that you have sufficient information, choose the right dog for you.