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bradl

This little performance takes place nearly every day around 4pm, for reasons unknown. 

This is merely the encore as they are nearly done by the time I manage to think of grabbing my phone or try to get it recording without interrupting them. 

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hheldorfer

How odd . . . but adorable.  Funny thing:  Several years back - around this time of year - we went through a phase where Buffy and Ziggy would go on high alert in the early evening and start barking like crazy.  Never figured out what caused it.

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pkcrossley
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they are convinced something is happening. it's like they are answering somebody. a truck passing? somebody walking their dog? a plane flying over? an alien drone seeking response from intelligent life on earth?

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Hillscreek

Our big retrievers used to do this now and then. All of a sudden one would howl and then another and then all together. A weird and shiver making sound especially at night. About the same high wolf sound as yours brad. Calling the ones not here any more I use to wonder.

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Kathryn

As I was watching this, Oban started to howl.  Angus, though, just barked. 

Oban and I have "group howls" occasionally, and sometimes DH will join in.  I consider it "pack solidarity." Some of my cairns over the years have howled with me, and others have just looked at me like I am crazy...  Just as I can never figure out why they might like one neighbor dog and not another, I cannot figure out why some howl and some don't. 

It's fun, though. Maybe that is why yours howl, Brad.

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