WoofPost.Com How To Read A Dog’s Tail Position

Laguna Niguel, CA - Dog’s use their tails as an important avenue of communication, both with other dogs and with humans. That’s one reason why some countries have banned tail docking, as it literally “cuts off” one of the primary ways dogs use to communicate.


Many people have likely heard about a situation or experienced this for themselves in which they saw a dog “wagging its tail” and just assumed the dog was friendly, only to find out that was definitely not the case.

A dog who is standing his ground or threatening something or someone will hold its tail high and stiff (called “flagging”) and wag it slowly back and forth. The hair on the tail may also be bristled. This is not a dog that is feeling friendly but is a clear offensive signal.

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