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Old 01-07-2013, 12:46 PM
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BARKBARKBARKBARK GIVEMEATREAT BARKBARK IDON'TKNOWWHATYOUWANT BARK IFORGOTWHYI'MBARKING BARKBARKBARKBARKBARK
Huh, that sounds familiar....
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Old 01-07-2013, 01:52 PM
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Frodo alert barks and in general makes a lot of noise. Lots of rooing, grunting, wuffling, all kinds of sounds.
This is Muffin. He only takes out his big boy bark when he needs to alert me to something. Otherwise he makes all kinds of funny sounds.... Which I can't help make back. We go "arrooooooroooroooo" at each other all morning. I'm glad no one is around to see that. They might think I'm crazy. LOL.
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Old 01-07-2013, 05:02 PM
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Well...
there's this barking while playing (MUST bark while playing)-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mrh5PHtlEkw

Barking at people and vehicles out the window (because if you can't be part of it, bark at it)-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEQ3SxMjiFc

Howling with coyotes-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9s8uafRyaA

Frustrated-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNgzeBU0l8I

And this, that he does with other dog at the vets office too-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8GVveX0dus


...nope, not a noisy breed at all! *cough* okay yeah, really should have just gotten him a tag that says "LOUD" on it. But pretty much, every time someone goes out the door, let the barking fest start, cat goes by the window, Mo starts screaming, activity in general, playing, and if he's not barking he's grrrr-ing, or "AROOOOO"ing.
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Old 01-07-2013, 05:30 PM
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There's a reason why Revy's full name is "REVY SHUT UP" - because that's what we say. All the time.

She barks when she's happy, she barks when she's excited, she barks when she's frustrated.... she just BARKS. She also yodels, baroos, grunts, warbles, and makes this awful squawking sound that sounds like a dying blackbird. The only time she's quiet is when she's asleep or in a crate.

Oh, you woke up? HELLO BARKBARKBARK SO GLAD TO SEE YOU!

You're going downstairs? Are you going to close the door? BARKBARKBARKBARK YOU CLOSED THE DOOR BARKBARK!

You're getting up from the sofa? That's nice, BARKBARKBARK!

Welcome home! BARKBARKBARKBARK now feed me and also I have to pee! BARK!

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Old 01-07-2013, 05:36 PM
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If there is something going on then Zinga, IMO, is way louder than Frodo!

Frodo is a silent worker, from what I've seen of Zinga, she uses those lungs when she's frustrated. Frodo will woof, but Zinga barks!
Zinga barks when frustrated or excited. She doesn't alert bark or bark for no reason.

Comparing her to the two corgis (one cardi, one pembroke) my boss owns, she barks FAR less. Those corgis bark at everything, to be let outside, to get a treat, to go home, at the ups guy, at me (even though I've known them both all their lives). Zinga also barks less than the corgis I see running agility.
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Old 01-07-2013, 05:48 PM
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I have a corgi at work that I threaten daily to manually debark.

She also sounds wicked aggressive in play, it sets my teeth on edge.

Backup is a noisey worker and sometimes barks for no reason other than joy, BARK I came down the stairs! Hello world! but over all it doesn't bother me as much as Gracie's barking, I can't pin point it but her bark sounds more... Angry?

FTR, I really like her as a dog, I just wish I owned stock in ear plugs.
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She also sounds wicked aggressive in play, it sets my teeth on edge.
LOL! Actually, it drives Enda crazy, he constantly makes noises that sound mean/aggressive/like-growls, but they aren't, it's just the sound he makes, but it always put her on edge as the official "meany police" in the house. Well, that's Vs him, the "fun police", heaven forbid Noodle and Enda want to play, making little play noise, then "BARK! BARK! BARK! BARK!", usually we end up shutting him behind the dog gate, where he continues to bark while they play.
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I think I must have a higher tolerance for barking than I think I do.
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