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What sounds do wolves make when happy?

Asked by Izabella (10points) May 6th, 2014

I would like to know for a story I’m writing.

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stanleybmanly's avatar

Aren’t they renowned for howling?

Coloma's avatar

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Whining, females often whine as a gesture of affection, wanting attention.
Face Licking
Social grooming
Howling to locate pack mates
Tactility, lying together, cuddling, huddling.

RealEyesRealizeRealLies's avatar

They say “wolf”.

cazzie's avatar

That whimpering and yipping sounds they make when they greet each other looks and sounds pretty much like happy wolf to me. This looks like a GREAT place. Check out the video section, perhaps there are some wolf sounds. I didn’t watch them all.
(I would love to visit this place if I ever get to visit my BBE in his natural habitat. BBE worked here as a volunteer and helped with some of the wolves.)

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

The whining and face licking are common. They also make a chuffing sound, kind of a short grunt.

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