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Too Quiet Beagle

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Our Sadie is almost 16 months old. She is still very quiet.
We can coax a little “Buff!” out of her if she thinks there’s someone at the door.
If she gets really excited, maybe a single, honest bark.
The most I’ve ever heard from her was when she was running full speed, playing with the neighbor’s Boarder Collie. It was an occasional, high pitched “yip” that almost sounded ( If I didn’t know better.) like she was in pain. Oh, and she’ll growl if you play tug-a-war with her.
My wife thinks I’m crazy, but we spent a little time at Beagle Palooza, and I kinda liked all of the Arrrooooing. I wish Sadie would express herself that way. (Once in a while.)
“Be happy she doesn’t!” I’m told. :nono5:

Yeah, but... /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/confused.gif /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/wink.gif
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Murphy has always been vocal, and still is. When we got Summer, she was VERY quiet, very un-beagle like. It took a while, but she found her voice and now is VERY vocal when she wants something.
The Bagel is quiet around the house but he makes up for it when he gets a scent, sees another dog he thinks should be his friend, or heaven forbid, hears another beagle arroooo (Even if it is like my friend does with his IPod recording of a brace of beagles in pursuit! In 8+ years he has barked once in the house, at 2 AM to wake and alert me that all was not right (Later found out the police were chasing a prowler through the back yard),
Li'l Girl's not excessively noisy. If she's inside, and one of the other dogs barks outside, she will bark to go out. Also, she joins the "singing" when we come home. :eyes: When she's out and about, I will hear her when she's tracking, but to my dismay, she doesn't bay. /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/frown.gif She makes the other beagle sound when she's on a trail.
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Jersey is pretty quiet. She barks to go outside sometimes, but only if we are ignoring her. She has a quiet little "ooof" that she does if she hears a noise. The only time she really lets go is when we leave her alone. Then it's "arrroooooo" until we get home. She sounds like she's being tortured. We just don't leave her alone anymore due to that!
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