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Oops - I meant to say "what Patrica McConnell said" about finger-pointing, not Jean Donaldson. (See below)
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The finger-pointing thing is questionable - read what Jean Donaldson has to say about it --- also, wolves bark and we do not normally have a relationship with them - they are communicating with each other.
Wolves do NOT bark, they growl, which is on the other end of the spectrum of communicative techniques.
You are wrong, Sirus. They do not bark often, but they bark. They also howl and growl, but domestication has caused dogs to bark more than their wild counterparts. Also - that's P. McConnell, not Donaldson.