Dholes on Alert. Dholes are great communicators and use an eerie whistle to communicate with each other. They also use a variety of other noises, including clucks and high-pitched screams that are not found anywhere else in the canid families. One of the reasons dholes keep such a large home range is the need to find enough prey to eat. Dhole packs often hunt as a group, with one lead dog in charge. - See more at: http://animals.sandiegozoo.org/animals/dhole#sthash.cYRzfZtR.dpuf
The dhole is an endangered animal of central and SE Asia. Resembling a mix bn fox and wolf, it's a social animal that lives in clans without the dominance behaviors or strict hierarchies observed in wolves. Other than man, the dhole's natural enemies are tigers and leopards.