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Can a dog lose its voice?

I have a labradoodle who I adopted two years ago and is going on 2 years. I have noticed that lately he hasn't been speaking as much as he did earlier on. He used to talk constantly and now it is like he just wants to be quiet. Is this common or could it be something else?

I have a labradoodle who I adopted two years ago and is going on 2 years. I have noticed that lately he hasn't been speaking as much as he did earlier on. He used to talk constantly and now it is like he just wants to be quiet. Is this common or could it be something else?

He seems fine, as well as eating and drinking just fine. I would think that it might be a bit of an adjustment for him, as the "old" house is too small, so he is always being shut up in a room, which he knows he shouldn't be in but does anyway.

He seems fine, as well as eating and drinking just fine. I would think that it might be a bit of an adjustment for him, as the "old" house is too small, so he is always being shut up in a room, which he knows he shouldn't be in but does anyway.

You'd be surprised the things that get me upset...it could be his health, his anxiety/depression, too little or too much exercise, too much food, a lot of people or pets in the house, too many dogs, or too many people...

You'd be surprised the things that get me upset...it could be his health, his anxiety/depression, too little or too much exercise, too much food, a lot of people or pets in the house, too many dogs, or too many people...

I have a labradoodle who I adopted two years ago and is going on 2 years. I have noticed that lately he hasn't been speaking as much as he did earlier on. He used to talk constantly and now it is like he just wants to be quiet. Is this common or could it be something else?

I had a labrador who I adopted when he was 2. He didn't speak much at first but I was just so happy that he had a voice I didn't really notice it. It was only about a month later that I realized he didn't speak very much.

I have a labradoodle who I adopted two years ago and is going on 2 years. I have noticed that lately he hasn't been speaking as much as he did earlier on. He used to talk constantly and now it is like he just wants to be quiet. Is this common or could it be something else?

It's definitely common for labs to lose their voice in adulthood, especially at the end of their "working" lives. I suspect that the same is true for the breed as a whole.

It's definitely common for labs to lose their voice in adulthood, especially at the end of their "working" lives. I suspect that the same is true for the breed as a whole.

I don't think that's necessarily the case for labradoodles, though.

Thanks, the one I am thinking of lost his voice and the only thing I could think of is he was stressed and was just tired. He was a very good boy, never really had any problems, but he was also spoiled and a bit spoiled to be honest. It would be weird to lose your voice when all you do is have fun, especially if you're not used to it.

Thanks, the one I am thinking of lost his voice and the only thing I could think of is he was stressed and was just tired. He was a very good boy, never really had any problems, but he was also spoiled and a bit spoiled to be honest. It would be weird to lose your voice when all you do is have fun, especially if you're not used to it.

Yeah, my vet told me that he's a normal lab, that he just needs some more time to adjust to his new home.

I think it is normal for them to lose their voice around the ages of 2 to 6.

Mine used to talk a lot but it didn't seem like he was getting tired.

When he was a puppy he'd be jumping up on us while we were sitting down. We didn't take him to the vet until I got a letter that he had to be put down. My mother in law did take him to the vet when I wasn't there but she sd it was fine. She sd they don't do anything except test the eyes and ears.

I was wondering if it's not just a matter of him adjusting to his new home or it's due to something else.

My dog has been in the house for 2 weeks. She is soooo hyper and we are in the process of transitioning her from the kennel to the house. She was in the kennel for about 3 years and was quite spoiled. She loves to be outside and wants to go all the time. Now that she is at the house she is only going out to go potty, she can't wt to run to the backyard. This morning I walked out to go to the mlbox and she wanted to come. She ran to me and barked and then ran and barked at the other side of the street. She barks for everything. What I don't understand is she used to be super quiet. I am not sure if she has lost her voice or if she was just barking because she wanted to run to me, or because it was me. Is this something that most dogs go through? We have been playing with her and it is taking some time for her to relax. I just wanted to get a little background on this and make sure I was doing this right.

My dog has been in the house for 2 weeks. She is soooo hyper and we are in the process of transitioning her from the kennel to the house. She was in the kennel for about 3 years and was quite spoiled. She loves to be outside and wants to go all the