Is she acting anzious or scared, shaky all the time? If not, she’s probably fine. Wheezing or huffing or having difficulty drinking or eating? If not, she may be fine.
So, why isn’t my Yorkie barking? She may have been extensively trained to NOT bark, or may suffer from a birth defect or injury. Talk to your vet when you take her in for her shots.
Dogs also sometimes bark to express emotions such as fear, anger or excitement. You should watch her closely if she still doesn’t bark even with a perceived threat stimuli.
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My Yorkie doesn’t Bark
The following are reasons your puppy might not be barking:
- Respiratory conditions,
- Chronic vomiting,
- Laryngeal disease
- trauma to the trachea or larynx , and metabolic disorders are all possible medical reasons why a dog doesn’t bark.
Dogs also sometimes bark to express emotions such as fear, anger or excitement.
Anything that affects the larynx (voice box) can make it painful and even impossible for a dog to bark.