Why Do Huskies Howl?

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Huskies are a pack dog closely related to the wolf. Huskies howl as a way to communicate with one another instead of barking.
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Being a "primitive" spitz breed, they often share more traits with their wild cousins - Canis Lupis (wolves) Howling is a pack behavior designed to communicate over longer
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They are dogs. Like all dogs, it is a natural, or inate, behavior amongst our canid friends. (By SammytheHusky) Huskies do not "love" to howl, but they howl instead of bark
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A dog's howl can mean a few different things, most of the time the dog is just just trying to increase the volume of his sound, and this traces all the way back to wolf ancestry!
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The theory is that some do and some don't. If they do is because they are happy, but my
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There are a few dog breeds that howl rather than bark. The Basset Hound, Blood Hound, Siberian Husky, and the Alaskan Malamute. Hound dogs tend to howl, so Beagles ...
The wolf is an ancestor to the husky. Some huskies are bred with wolves, but even regular huskies are known to howl rather than bark. ...
Wolves howl to communicate, especially to reassemble the pack after a chase or if a wolf has gotten lost. However, the function of howling is not fully understood ...
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