Wolfspeak is a bunch of words created by animal roleplayers to make them sound fancy and intelligent, when it really just makes them look like a pompous ass with a dictionary. Wolfspeakers are often also obsessed with making their wolves have accents, which would be perfectly fine if they didn't keep using the accents even when the wolf isn't speaking. Wolfspeakers are a shame to the real animal roleplaying community and are often looked down upon when they aren't with their own kind.
An example of wolfspeak:

Th' mighty brujo smelt th' scent of a femme blow through 'is nares. Tall pillars working quickly, 'e padded over to 'er an' 'e dipped his crown in respect. 'Is auds swiveled forwards as the sound of another brute coming towards them filled 'is ears. "Ah demand you t' show yerself, brujo! This 'ere terra is mine, an' this fae belongs to me! Challenge me if you wish, but for I am th' strongest wolf in th' forest, so do not expect t'win!" 'E 'owled, an' th' fierce brute let a growl escape 'is maw.
by -The Crow- January 14, 2007
Wolfspeak is a 'language' used by animal roleplayers. Some words have other meanings, while others are purely made up. Below I have listed common wolfspeak words.

femora -- female
fae -- female
fatale -- female
brujo/brute -- male
oculars -- eyes
optics -- eyes
femme/fem -- female
mascu -- male
tassel -- tail
banner -- tail
occuli/oculi -- eye, eyes
aud -- ear
pillar -- leg
orb -- eye
brute -- male
crania/cranium -- head
crown -- head
tiara -- head
nape -- neck
mug -- muzzle
velveteen -- muzzle (horse)
talon -- hoof
kissers -- lips
nare -- nostril
high-wires -- ear
A large fae padded up to the brute with strong pillars, dipping her crania in respect. Auds were alert, optics gazing into the brujo's own.

Traslation: A large female trotted up to the male with strong legs, dipping her hea din respect. Ears were alert, eyes gazing into the male's.
by The Dancing GrassHopper August 31, 2004