Some are uncommon, like the sloughi from North Africa, while others, like the chin from Japan, are relatively unknown in the West.
Some are very well-liked by many, like as the amiable golden retriever and the devoted pug.
The Rhodesian ridgeback and other hunting dogs are examples of breeds that are less likely to bark than others.
Sheep are often startled, so dogs that herded them learnt through the years to keep calm lest they cause mayhem.
When retrievers could use their noses to locate and retrieve fallen prey, they seldom needed to bark.
Instead of barking, some people should use their strength or attractiveness.
It may not be necessary to bark at a silent mastiff because the dog appears strong enough.