Do animals have accents based on their country of origin?

The peoples of a country perceive the sound of the animals differently. A dog sounds barks: "wau wau" in Spanish, and "bow bow" in French.

People have different accents because of environmental constraints and because of the complexity of human language which gives rise to the variation seen. Animals (except birds) have a limited range of sounds which equate to a simple form of language - if there is any variation it will be very minor.

Animals do have regional variations which could be classed as accents, for example: It has been noted that cows moo at different pitches depending on the location and size of their herding group.