When the Dogs Don't Bark: A Forensic Scientist’s Search for the Truth
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If you can meet these two essential needs of your dog, any dog (not just quiet dogs that don’t bark) can thrive in an apartment setting. 3. Socialization & Obedience Training
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If you teach your dog that barking elicits a reaction and gets them attention (even negative attention) the chances are that they will soon learn that being noisy gets them their own way, or gets your attention! Similarly, if your dog is stressed or unsettled within their home environment, they are more likely to act out in a whole variety of ways, including barking. Try to keep your dog’s home environment stable and stress-free, to avoid inappropriate barking and other negative behaviours.The Saluki has a rich history and is one of the oldest dog breeds in the world. They’re great hunters and have been notable hunting hounds for kings in the past. They’re another dog that won’t likely bark at everything in sight. What’s more important is that you meet your dog’s basic needs. Not all dog breeds will have the same needs. For example, some dogs may need more exercise and physical activity than others.
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Professor Angela Gallop CBE, Director of Forensic Science, has just launched her first book When the Dogs Don’t Bark. Angela has been a forensic scientist for more than 40 years and during her career has worked on thousands of cases, providing critical evidence for prosecutions and correcting serious miscarriages of justice to exonerate innocent people.The Bullmastiff is one of the least obvious dog breeds on this list. They certainly are big and fierce dogs, but they actually don’t use their bark as much as most dogs of their size. However, Bullmastiffs are fit for every owner. Similar to the St Bernard or the Bernese Mountain Dog, the Newfoundland are large fluffy dogs that do well with kids. They have the reputation of being extremely patient and can be used as “nanny dogs” as well. Apartment living doesn’t mean you can’t own a big dog! 19. Scottish Deerhound
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Like most terriers, the Lakeland was bred to protect sheep and hunt foxes. Bred from the Lake district of England, these dogs come in a tough wiry coat. They may not be the best lapdogs, but they’re great for apartments if properly socialized. 18. Newfoundland There’s a lot of similarities between the Chinook and the Labrador Retriever (the most popular family dog in the USA). A big difference is that the Chinook are not big barkers, making them some of the top family dogs for apartments. But wait! Good news: there’s a huge selection of great dog breeds that don’t bark and are perfect for apartments. Though nearly all dogs can bark, not all have a tendency to. Read on to learn which breeds can be a good fit for apartment life.
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Due to the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel’s docile and gentle demeanor, these spaniels are not huge on the whole barking thing. Consequently, they’ve been wildly popular apartment dogs for owners around the world. The Scottish Deerhound has many similar characteristics compared to the Greyhound. For example, they are both relatively silent dogs that don’t use their barks. On the other hand, they’re both great hunters due to their speed.