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WHY DON'T HUMANS HAVE TAILS?

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Karen Callis

on 10 November 2015

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WHY DON'T HUMANS HAVE TAILS?
What tales can a dogs tail tell?
Why don't humans have tails.
Mostly young puppies will tend to chase their tails more often than older dogs.
We don't need them, but animals do.
Animals need them for things like communicating things like happiness, protection, keeping warm, swiming faster, or gromming.
Why do dogs chase their tails?
Dogs might just chase their tails for entertainment or just something to do when their bored.
If a older dog chases their tail often it might be a sign of a behavioral problem.
If your dog develeps complsive disorder they might start to chase their tails for no apperent reason.
Some breeds of dogs tend to chase their tails more often than other breeds. These breeds include terriers and geman sheperds.
Dogs wagging their tail most likely means they are happy but it could mean they are afraid,inscure,or they just think it would be polite.
You really can not base what they are thinking on just their tail wagging you must look at their body posture,facial expression, and the postion,direction, and speed of the wagging tail.
A dog chasing its tail could just mean they are happy, but it might mean they are challenging you to a fight.
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