Written By: Mudassir
Alert, "pay attention to me" barks seeking attention, play or your reaction.
Natural instinct triggered by high pitches sometimes indicating anxiety, boredom or responding to other howls.
Not true aggression - these low growls invite play while showing restraint to avoid hurting you.
Signaling isolation distress when left alone too long. Needs more company.
May indicate alarm, territorial warnings or excitement - check what triggered reaction.
Signals pain, anxiety, sudden fear or needing basic needs met.
Boredom, frustration or contented relief upon settling in comfortable spot.