Dog laughter is a sound that some dogs make when they are playing or excited. It is often described as a panting sound with a slight "ha-ha" or "ho-ho" sound.
There is some debate among scientists about whether or not dogs really laugh in the same way that humans do. Some scientists believe that dog laughter is simply a way for dogs to communicate with each other.
Dog laughter can sound like a variety of things, including panting, panting with a slight "ha-ha" or "ho-ho" sound, or even a high-pitched bark.
Dogs may laugh when they are playing, excited, or happy. They may also laugh when they are being tickled or when they see something they find funny.
Yes, humans can make dogs laugh by playing with them, tickling them, or saying funny things.
Dog laughter is a sign of happiness and enjoyment. It can also be a way for dogs to bond with their owners and other dogs.
While there is some debate among scientists about whether or not dogs really laugh in the same way that humans do, there is no doubt that dogs can make sounds that sound like laughter.