Lowest-noise dog breeds

The Japanese Chin has been described as “cat-like.” While they are cautious and observant, they will not bark much. This mild-mannered pup loves silence and cherishes yours, too.  

The Chin makes a great apartment dog and is a wonderful addition to any family but does better in a house with older children.  

Because bulldogs are a brachycephalic (or short-headed) breed, you may not think of them as a quiet dog. 

They spend most of their time sleeping and generally lying about, and while this generally means they’re silent, it also means they’re prone to weight gain 

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Although the Irish Setter was bred for the hunt, it is less vocal than other dogs in its group.  

This dog is a happy, amiable breed, but like most other working dogs, it needs plenty of exercise and mental stimulation.  

Like bulldogs, pugs make a lot of little noises — they “snarf,” snore and breath heavily, but they are not big barkers. You will hear a pug bark, but unlike other breeds 

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