Here are 10 dog breeds with unique tail characteristics
Known for their short legs and long bodies, Corgis have naturally short tails, which often stand erect or are docked.
The Shiba Inu has a curled or sickle-shaped tail that sits high on its back, adding to its fox-like appearance.
Basenjis are known as "barkless" dogs and have a tightly curled tail that rests against their back.
Aussies have a naturally short tail, often referred to as a "bobtail" or "naturally bobbed" tail, which can be either straight or naturally bobbed.
Chow Chows have a dense double coat and a tail that curls over their back, giving them a distinctive and regal appearance.
Pugs have a tightly curled tail that sits in a double curl over their hip, known as a "double curl" or "screw tail.
Boston Terriers have a short and stumpy tail, which is often referred to as a "screw tail" due to its tight and curled appearance.
Beagles have a high-set tail that is often carried in an upward curve when they are alert or excited.
Huskies have a bushy and plume-like tail that is carried in a sickle shape, which adds to their graceful and athletic appearance.