Do pugs bark a lot?

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Some people will tell you that pugs don't bark.

The truth is they DO bark but usually not a lot.

pugs are generally very quiet dogs.

When they bark it might sound more like a yodeling sound or they will make small "yip"s when they get really excited.

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Some people will tell you that pugs don't bark.

The truth is they DO bark but usually not a lot.

pugs are generally very quiet dogs.

When they bark it might sound more like a yodeling sound or they will make small "yip"s when they get really excited.

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Some people will tell you that pugs don't bark.

The truth is they DO bark but usually not a lot.

pugs are generally very quiet dogs.

When they bark it might sound more like a yodeling sound or they will make small "yip"s when they get really excited.

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Some people will tell you that pugs don't bark.

The truth is they DO bark but usually not a lot.

pugs are generally very quiet dogs.

When they bark it might sound more like a yodeling sound or they will make small "yip"s when they get really excited.

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When pugs are comfortable with people, they are the most loyal and loving dogs you can ever have.

pugs are not known to be nuisance barkers, but sometimes they can do too much barking.

Dogs bark as a form of communication or to express their feelings.

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Loneliness/Separation anxiety – As pack animals, when pugs are left alone for a long period, they can feel lonely and sad, leading them to bark. Happy/excitement – They can bark when they get excited, for example, when their owners come home from work.
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Perhaps they are barking because they have too much pent up energy and just need a release! Fear: Your pug might be barking because it is scared.

This can happen sometimes when there are loud noises, like a motorcycle, fireworks or thunder.

Your pugs posture can tell you if they are barking out of fear.

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Pugs are natural cuddlers.

If you want a small affectionate dog that will bond easily with you, the Pug might be your go-to-breed.

As a breed, they tend to be expressive, exuberant, and often comical.

Pugs are also known to be great family dogs and are very playful and affectionate with children.

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