Mmmmmumph. It is like a heavy sigh. This is the sound a greyhound makes when he is leaning as close to you as possible while you are petting him. He has to get so close that you practically fall right down with a 75 lb. dog in total shock on top of you. What could possibly have happened?

Awhroo! Loud and obnoxious. This sound can mean any number of things. I don’t care if you are watching TV. Take me out now! Feed me! Where is the biscuit you promised? My water dish is empty again! The easiest answer is follow the dog around the house. He will go to what he wants. One clue, if the sound is accompanied by a tail going around like a horizontal helicopter propeller it usually means pay attention to me or let’s play right now!

YAAAAlp! This sound is usually loud and pathetic. It can be caused by the big bad vet who who just touched (and I mean, just touched) the poor puppy’s scratched toe. It can also be caused when your poor mistreated child pulls up lame when running. “I am dying,” your poor baby says. Take the foot; put it in a bucket of cold water for a few minutes. Cooing and baby talk is a must at this point. Pull the foot out, rub vigorously, and instant recovery! Doggie is now eagerly tugging at the leash. Let me go back and play. “Honestly, “ Mom, “you’re such a worry wart.”

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