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1.Shiba Inu. People like that kind of dog because it is small and easy to housebreak. If you want to train them for other things, it will take some experience and patience. If you want a clean and playful dog that won´t bark much, this is the dog you should choose!

2.Greyhound. This dog is more likely to take over your couch than bark (he is shy and lazy)! Greyhounds are very small and little but no one can understand why they keep that shape because they eat a lot and rest. Like many dogs, he’ll like to run for a cat or other animals. But, with a little training the coursing habit can usually be worked out of them. If you have kids at home or worst you have babies, this dog isn’t the one you want to buy because the Greyhounds could bite them. If you are looking for a companion who will help you keep your lounge chair warm when you are out of the room, it is the one you want to have. You also want him if you don’t like the dog who barks.

3.New Guinea Singing Dog. The New Guinea Singing Dog is a non-barking dog. Since they are so rare, you don’t want that kind of animal in your apartment. The breed is wild and is only available in a few zoos. The dog is not howling, definitely not barking (it really is his kind of singing). Even in New Guinea there are not many around anymore since they have been crossed with domestic dogs. Even if you had the money to buy a dog like this, you would probably not want it. Why? Because it is very difficult to socialize, has a high prey instinct so it would probably kill other little pets in your house, is aggressive with other dogs, and would probably not be affectionate, even if you could handle the other issues. I think I´d rather have a dog that barks!

4.Basenji. This dog is the best of all the 4 I am presenting you. He might bark if he could but nature did not make him that way so all he can do is make a “yodel” sound. Some Basenji owners want that their dogs can bark, but they usually choose not to. If that is true it makes me like these dogs even more. You need to be a special dog to resist a bark! This dog likes to play but in the other side he also likes to sit and do nothing. Because they bark less than the other dogs, the Basenji is a great dog choice to be in an apartment. They are small (about 25 pounds) but since they are fairly wild they need a lot of exercise, as much as you would consider normal for a big dog.

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