Basenjis are known as the "barkless" dogs. Their yodeling, howling and whining makes minimal noise.
Frenchies rarely bark without good reason. They are calm, quiet companions.
Whippets use sight more than sound to hunt. They'll give short barks to alert owners of trouble but are otherwise quiet.
Shiba Inus are not excessive barkers. They'll vocalize to alert you or when very excited.
This gentle giant tends to use its bark selectively, preferring to quietly observe its surroundings.
Bernese Mountain Dog
Bred for alpine rescue, the St. Bernard does not bark frequently and makes an easygoing indoor dog.
Great Danes are people pleasers who aim not to annoy with excessive barking. They typically stay quiet indoors.