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Though a Staffy will whine for any reason, they don’t really bark. Most of the time, when Staffies whine, it’s due to boredom, frustration, anxiety, and excitement.
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You’ll find these pooches tend to be quite vocal and will tell you when they need just about anything. Boredom, hunger, curiosity, and the need for time outside are all typical reasons why a Poodle will whine at you.
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Because of this breed’s heritage as a multi-purpose working and companion dog, you’ll find its whining is related to its need for attention, mental stimulation, and its need for activity.
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Their wrinkly faces and long ears are there to serve a purpose, as are the various sounds this breed makes. Howling, crying, baying, and whining are distinct vocalizations made by the Bloodhound to communicate to its owner.
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