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  • May 15, 2012 ... You're at a friend's house and along comes her collie, Baby, wagging her tail. Good girl! You bend over to pat her and are rewarded with a growl. What went wrong? "It is so important for people to realize that a wagging tail does not equal a dog that is friendly or wants to be petted," says E'Lise Christensen ...

    www.animalplanet.com • Found on Google
  • Apr 28, 2014 ... It's commonly believed that dogs wag their tails to convey that they are happy and friendly, but this isn't exactly true. Dogs do use their tails to communicate, though a wagging tail doesn't always mean, "Come pet me!" Dogs have a kind of language that's based on the position and motion of their tails.

    www.livescience.com • Found on Google
  • Nov 4, 2017 ... A puppy's tail wagging on the left side of their body might mean something profoundly different than wagging on the right side. We're conducting a survey of ...

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  • Aug 24, 2016 ... Most people associate a wagging tail with a happy dog, but that's not always the case. Dogs' tails can tell us a lot about how a dog is feeling, and a wagging tail doesn't always mean that a dog is friendly and approachable.

    www.akc.org • Found on Google
  • Whether we realize it or not, a dog's energetic tail is one key reason we adore the species so much. It's not just the joyous greeting we receive when we walk through the door (oh, that feeling of unconditional love!), but the enthusiastic flapping of the furry flag at the end of our dogs' butts. Seems a bit strange to put it that way, ...

    www.rover.com • Found on Google
  • By Matt Soniak. A wagging tail isn't always a happy, welcome-home greeting. Sometimes it means a face full of fur for pet parents or a broken glass flung across the room by a swift swing. Despite these occasional destructive faux pas, dogs' tails are more than battering rams and wiggly appendages. They're communication ...

    www.petmd.com • Found on Google
  • Jun 26, 2015 ... Dogs come in a multitude of sizes and shapes, and so do their tails: from the long, skinny tail of a Greyhound; to the big, bushy, curved tail of an Akita; to the little corkscrew tail of a Pug. No matter its appearance, though, your dog's tail is a physically and emotionally moving part of his life and personality.

    www.pethealthnetwork.com • Found on Google
  • Dogs wag their tails in order to communicate. This communication is nonverbal and it can be understood by other dogs and humans. Communication is generally valuable because it helps convey information which can improve survival, happiness, and r...

    www.quora.com • Found on Google
  • Dogs wag their tails to signal various moods or intentions.

    www.peteducation.com • Found on Google
  • Sep 15, 2016 ... Introduction. A dog's tail is the terminal end of its spinal column, which includes the back bones (vertebrae) and spinal cord (a large, rope-like bundle of nerves). Tail-wagging is actually a very complex behavior and isn't well-understood. Dog's use their tails to indicate a number of things, such as social ...

    www.petwave.com • Found on Google
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