Do Poodles Bark A Lot?
If you are looking at the poodle breed, you may be wondering if they are known to bark a lot. Do they do so often and is this in their nature? Requiring such information, I decided to do some research into the poodle breed and their inclinations towards this behavior. I’d like to share what I have been able to find with you here today.
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So, do poodles bark a lot? Poodles are known to bark a lot, although generally do so for a reason and in response to something happening in their environment. Triggers that can increase barking include: being left alone, excitement, boredom, people walking by, wanting to play among others.
All dogs bark. Some more than others.
But this is the way of things with a dog – it is how they communicate of course.
Quite rightly, barking is a significant factor when it comes to getting a dog – particularly the breed.
Nobody wants an incessantly noisy family dog and understandably it’s a deal-breaker for most people.
Poodles are not perfect; this is true of any pet, luckily they are very intelligent and easy to train. Poodles will always bark for a reason; this should be a relief to most potential poodle owners.