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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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Caleb is our gobby one, he speaks for the both of them. He barks, moans and groans, sighes and makes all sort of noises, he is just very vocal! Foxy "roooooooos" very loudly sometimes, it is very high piched and girly!!!!

When they play they go "rrrrrrhhhr rhhhhhhhhh" noises, hers is high pitched, calebs lower pitched!!! They can sound like thry are killing each other!!

I think baby Gwenni will be a quiet little girl, when we saw her she was very laidback and quiet and liked to be cuddled but she did'nt miss a thing and seemed quite inquisitive and her little nose was sniffing all the time to see waht was going on.

One gobby one is enough!!!!
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