Beagles are extremely vocal dogs known for their loud baying. Their "aroo" sounds can carry for miles. They need training to curb excessive barking.
Siberian huskies love to "talk." Their distinctive howls, chants, and yodeling express their wants clearly. They thrive when vocalizing.
Mini schnauzers are big barkers for their small size. Without training, they'll bark at every sight and sound. Their vocal nature needs an outlet.
Yorkies are alert, yappy little dogs. They'll loudly bark at anything suspicious and can be difficult to train not to bark excessively.
Basset hounds are notoriously loud, vocal dogs. Their mournful howls and baying can be heard throughout the neighborhood.
Bred to vocalize during hunts, coonhounds are expert barkers and howlers. Their loud voices could disturb some neighbors.
Mini pinschers have shrill, high-pitched barks that don't match their small size. They'll vocalize at every disturbance and need training.