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A great deal of research has been done about dog's laughter. I was able to capture Cowboy and Chloe laughing while they played. Some shelters and rescues play recordings of dog's laughing and it ...

www.psychologytoday.com/.../canine-corner/200911/do-dogs-laugh

Dogs make laughing sounds when they are playing. These same sounds, whether recorded or imitated by a human being can be used to calm a dog or invite it to play. Psychology Today.

thebark.com/content/laughing-dogs

The sound of the dog laugh, which spiked to 44k cycles, looked very different than that of the pant, which is flat (see graphs at right, or go to laughing-dog.org to hear for yourself). These differences encouraged me to take the next step in the research, playing the sound to dogs and logging their responses.

www.thesprucepets.com/crying-puppy-sounds-2804562

Yes, dogs laugh! It doesn't sound exactly how you'd expect, either. And while puppies and dogs use the other whines, growls, and barks in other contexts, the dog laugh appears to happen only during play. A dog laugh sounds similar to a human saying, "Ha-ha-ha-ha!" but without sounding the "a" vowel.

www.ksl.com/article/134094

We first reported on laughing dog studies 4- years ago when an article appeared in "Science News." A lot has happened since then. We know dogs bark and pant, or sit philosophizing about world ...

www.petalk.org/LaughingDog.pdf

During such solitary object-play dogs vocalize the dog-laugh. In our current study, dog-laughs are defined as a distinctly different vocalization than a whisper or pant (see Appendix A for spectrographs of dog-laugh vs. dog-pant). A recorded dog-laugh was broadcast into the shelter and the resident dogs’ behaviors were recorded. Method

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laughter_in_animals

Dogs. Dogs sometimes pant in a manner that sounds like a human laugh. By analyzing the pant using a sonograph, this pant varies with bursts of frequencies. When this vocalization is played to dogs in a shelter setting, it can initiate play, promote pro-social behavior, and decrease stress levels.

www.animalliberationfront.com/Practical/Pets/dogs_laugh.htm

The 'doggie laugh' sound is similar to panting, but tests show it is indeed different, and the effect it has on other dogs in unmistakable. At a kennel full of dogs, a television reporter armed with a sound level meter walks the hallway between two long rows of occupied dog pens.

moderndogmagazine.com/articles/how-make-your-dog-laugh...

How To Make Your Dog Laugh Humans can imitate sounds of dog laughter, but it takes conscious monitoring of mouth shape to get the sound pattern right. Producing dog laughter correctly can make your dog sit up, wag his tail, approach you from across the room, and even laugh along. Round your lips slightly to make a “hhuh” sound.