Basenji: Often referred to as the "barkless dog," Basenjis do not bark like other breeds. Instead, they produce unique yodel-like sounds called "baroos."
Basset Hound: Basset Hounds have a deep, melodious howl that is both unique and charming. They use this vocalization to communicate when they've caught an interesting scent.
Shiba Inu: Shiba Inus are known for their "Shiba scream" or "Shiba yodel." They can be quite vocal and expressive, especially when they're excited or upset.
Alaskan Malamute: Malamutes are known for their "woo-woo" vocalizations, which are a combination of howling and talking. They use these sounds to communicate with their owners.
Bloodhound: Bloodhounds have a unique and melodious bay that they use to track scents. Their vocalization is often associated with their strong tracking abilities.
Dachshund: Dachshunds are known for their distinctive, high-pitched barking and "howling" sounds. They are quite vocal and often use their voices to alert their owners.
Catahoula Leopard Dog: These dogs have a variety of vocalizations, including a distinctive "haunting" or "yodeling" sound. They use their voices when herding or working.