The Japanese Chin is said to be "cat-like." They are careful and watchful, yet they do not bark much. This gentle dog adores silence and respects yours.
The Chin is an excellent apartment dog and a delightful addition to any family, but it performs best in a home with older children.
To be honest, dogs do produce their share of noises - their snoring is nearly human in proportion — but when it comes to barking, they are actually rather quiet.
They spend the most of their time napping and lounging around, which means they're normally silent, but it also means they're prone to weight gain, so keep your bully busy.
Despite being developed for hunting, the Irish Setter is less loud than other dogs of its breed. This lovely family companion is willing to participate in almost any family activity.
This is a joyful, pleasant breed, but it, like other working dogs, requires a lot of exercise and mental stimulation.
A pug will bark, although unlike other breeds, this is not a common occurrence. When they bark, it sounds more like yipping or yodeling.
This loving breed has a huge dog mentality in a little body, which is why it's sometimes described as multum in parvo — a big dog attitude in a small body.