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Wolves do not howl when excited
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RE: Wolves do not howl when excited
I'm going to echo @Kisota here in that wolves DO howl when happy/excited. I've personally seen them do so, in the wild, from less than a mile away. The pack came back together after several members were away so there were sniffs, posturing, submission displays, tail wagging, and a group howl.

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RE: Wolves do not howl when excited
I agree with the above. I feel as though my human emotions do have an affect on my vocalizations if I ever make them. I don't make them often, honestly, but I rarely howl when I'm excited. Excitement means more of a whimpering urge for me than any type of howl. I also tend to not be able to stay still.
However, since we can't really go into the minds of animals, we can only really study their behavior and go off our own experiences. ~ Luna, The Saccharine System


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