Beagles are known for their loud baying and howling, which they use during hunting or when they pick up an interesting scent.
Similar to Beagles, Basset Hounds have a deep and distinctive howl that they use while hunting or to communicate their feelings.
Huskies are very vocal and may howl, whine, or "talk" to communicate with their owners or other dogs.
Dachshunds can be quite vocal, barking at anything they find suspicious or interesting.
Chihuahuas have a reputation for being alert and yappy, often barking to assert themselves or signal perceived threats.
These dogs are known for being vocal watchdogs, alerting their owners to potential dangers.
Pomeranians can be quite yappy and may bark to express excitement, anxiety, or boredom.
Shelties are known to be vocal herding dogs, using barks and vocalizations to move and control livestock.
Like Siberian Huskies, Malamutes can be vocal and howl to communicate or express themselves.
German Shepherds are intelligent and protective dogs that may bark to alert their owners of perceived threats or to express their emotions.