Top 10 Quietest Dog Breeds


Often referred to as the "barkless dog," the Basenji tends to produce less noise compared to other breeds. 

Mountain Dog:

Known for their gentle nature, Bernese Mountain Dogs are typically quiet and reserved, only barking when necessary.

Charles Spaniel:

These affectionate lap dogs are not known for excessive barking and are generally well-behaved indoors.


Also known as the Russian Wolfhound, Borzois are quiet and dignified dogs, rarely barking without reason.

Great Dane:

Despite their large size, Great Danes are surprisingly quiet dogs, known for their gentle and calm demeanor.

Shiba Inu:

While Shiba Inus can be independent and stubborn, they are not particularly vocal compared to some other small breeds.


Greyhounds are known for their athleticism and grace, but they are also notably quiet dogs that rarely bark unnecessarily.

Irish Wolfhound:

Like their smaller cousin, the Borzoi, Irish Wolfhounds are quiet and reserved, making them excellent companions.


These gentle giants are known for their calm and laid-back nature, rarely resorting to barking unless there is a reason to do so.


Despite their imposing appearance, Bullmastiffs are generally quiet and docile dogs, making them excellent choices for families seeking a low-key pet.