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Axel's growing too fast. He's already losing his puppy high-pitched bark! He still has it one occasion, but I hear that deeper bark more often now.
 

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Aw! They do grow so fast. I have to say Diesel never had that puppy bark which was sad. Maybe for like a day but he has a very deep bark now. You'd think he was a full size Doberman if you didn't see him haha.
 

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Max has always had a rough big dog bark... Never high pitched :(
 
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Well, the deeper bark isn't quite as piercing to my ears as the puppy bark. Dang. Those can hurt when you're sitting right next to him.
 

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We only get puppy barks while she's asleep.. I tell my girl she has a man-voice all the time :D

Callie is super quiet though, shes only barked 4 or 5 times total since we've had her!
 
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Oh man, I wish Axel was quieter. He's not bad, but still. My sister's GSD is quite the barker. I think Axel is picking up the bad habit from her.
 

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Not sure when Amy first started barking, but getting her at 8 weeks old...day3 she learned how to puppy whine.
- and this was to get up on the bed at night, with my teenage son...LOL...and it worked, for her
 
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