There aren’t many things that bring joy to one’s heart more than holding a brand new baby in your hands. Whether it is a furry baby or a human one, tiny things learning their new world are the cutest things ever. For this article, of course, we are talking about a baby dog. A Husky to be specific.
Knowing what a big beautiful animal this adorable baby will grow up to be, only makes his first attempt at a howl even cuter.
IT’S HIS FIRST TIME
Husky dogs develop into big and powerful creatures. This little guy has quite a lot of growing up to do before this howl sounds like it’s supposed to.
At first, the cute little pupper sounds like a mix between a cat, a bird, and a guinea pig as he tries to verbalize like his mom and dad. His squeaks and peeps are cute enough to make your cheeks hurt from smiling too much.
Then, as the video carries on, you can hear the baby start to improve. Yeah, maybe it’s just a little bit. However, by the end, he belts out what sounds like a mini howl, much to the delight of his human mom.
So, have you ever wondered exactly why dogs howl? Or perhaps you have a dog that just won’t’ stop, and you wish you knew why. Read on to find out more.
According to Cesar’s Way, dogs howl for a variety of reasons. In the wild, wolves howl to alert the pack that danger is present or to let the family of their location. Dogs howl for much the same reasons, even if they don’t know it.
Domesticated dogs howl because that is what they are programmed to do. However, there are a few warning signs to look out for because sometimes howls mean something serious could be going on.
Generally, be on the lookout for other signs that your dog is suffering separation anxiety like poop in your shoes or chairs getting eaten.
And other times dogs howl because they are injured. If your dog suddenly starts howling more often than usual, it’s time to get them to the vet for a check-up.
If your dog is just a howler and you have ruled out any problems, click here for an excellent article on how to train them to stop.
Now, watch the adorable video of that new little Husky making itself heard below. Share it with your friends to make them smile too.
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