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It is used to communicate a message and howl it throughout long distances, by being repeated along the way by dogs who hear it.
Unfortunately, during the two-part season 1 finale, "The De Vil Wears Puppies", the users Delilah and Doug failed to use it properly, due to Cruella De Vil and Hunter De Vil interfering by blowing a dog whistle.
List of Episode Uses
NOTE: The unnamed dogs will not count, unless named dogs are not a part of the gag.
- Episode 4: "Who the Dog Do You Think You Are?" (Debut) (User: Clarissa) (Howlers: Mostly fancy dogs)
- Episode 5: "Walkies on the Wild Side" (Users: Dylan and Fergus) (Howlers: Hansel, Snowball, Arabella, Godfrey)
- Episode 6: "May Contain Nuts" (User: Dylan) (Howlers: Dalmatian pups)
- Episode 7: "Winter Funderland" (User: Dolly) (Howlers: Godfrey, Hansel, Roxy, Snowball)
- Episode 16: "The Nose Job Part 2" (Twice) (User: Dylan) (Howlers: Boris, Bull, Hansel, Snowball, Diesel, Godfrey, dalmatian pups)
- Episode 24: "The Dog House" (User: Delilah) (Howlers: Godfrey, Hansel, Snowball, Roxy)
- Episode 27: "Long Tongue Day" (User: Godfrey) (Howlers: Hansel, Roxy, Snowball)
- Episodes 29-30: "London, We Have a Problem" (Twice) (Users: Dolly and Dylan (Part 1), Dorothy (Part 2)) (Howlers: Godfrey, Portia, Spencer (Part 1), Hansel, Godfrey, Arabella, Snowball (Part 2))
- Episode 38: "Ride Along" (Cameo) (User: Snowball) (Howlers: Random dogs)
- Episode 41: "Balancing Act" (Users: Dylan and Dawkins) (Howlers: Snowball, Roxy, Hansel)
- Episode 49: "Dante's Inferno" (Users: Dawkins and Dorothy) (Howlers: Snowball, Hansel)
- Episode 51: "The De Vil Wears Puppies Part 1" (Users: Delilah and Doug) (Howler: Failed to communicate to dogs, Godfrey heard it, but due to the dog whistle, he couldn't howl)
- In the episode "Long Tongue Day", Big Fee is shown on screen, but isn't sending the message as the others do. This is probably because she's not a dog.
- The pups in "May Contain Nuts" are barking instead of howling for the World Wide Woof, but still count as they are barking to it.
- Same thing for the random dogs in "Ride Along".