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What kind of waggers are your dogs?


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Kavik does side to side and helicopter (helicopter is usually when he is happy/excited but confused.) Zaphod is side to side or side to side with a built in object homing device - one day he knocked the same cup off the table 4 times in 45 seconds, he also likes the vertical blinds.

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Carsons little stub (3 in but ok not a stub really but...) just goes side to side, but his whole back end gets shakin too... its the cutest little thing! I dont know how those muscles back there keep goin :lol:

Do any of your dogs chase their tails? Carson is the first dog we've had that'll do it.. And he can barely see his!

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Travis and Sam are fairly typical side to side waggers.

Zeke's tail curls up and the tip nearly touches his back. He does a tight little wag, with the tip staying about his back.

Riley we've nicknamed "Whack-Whack" because of the intensity and frequency of his wagging. We'll be lying in bed and he'll be facing me and all I have to do is open my eyes to set him off.

Riley does a full body wag; the head, shoulders, and his bum all get going which seems to put alot more force into his wag. Its basically a puppy wag that he never outgrew, and it freakin' hurts!

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Goo is an all around wagger, her tail goes every which way, though more often she does side to side. Annie is a side to side wagger. Joey is a circle wagger. Casey's a wiggle butt, just a stub. Haley's got a tail, but is still a wiggle butt, and generally wags both tail and rear end side to side, though sometimes they seems to get stuck to one side for a few seconds :lol:

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Jackie, besides being able to wag her tail in every direction, is also a wiggle butt. I don't know how she can even walk when she gets her wiggle butt going!

Maya isn't a wiggle butt, but she holds her tail up over her back too (must be the Husky in her) and it goes from side to side there.

I call Jackie "wigglebutt" and I call Maya "fluffybutt".

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Oh, oh!!!!

Perfect question, because I love my dog's tail.

You can see her "wag" her tail in my avatar :)

We don't call it "wagging," though, we call it "fluffing" because her tail's a big, fluffy pom pon. I think of her as a cheerleader, fluffing her pompon and yelling. In my av, I was holding a treat over my camera to get her to fluff, and she was going wooo-woooo (aka give me gimme) :D :lol:

After reading some of these posts, I guess another good thing about her tail being on her back (besides the fact that I love the way it looks) is that she doesn't hit anything when she's fluffing!!!



oh... when she's nervous, sometimes her tail hangs like a collie, with the bottom curled out a bit, and then she does small, low side to side "wags."

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crap...its been chaotic here for the past few weeks...we have friends of ours and their kids staying with us for awhile....work has been hellish ...its just been crazy :o . I've dropped in to read threads but I haven't had a spare minute to post! :oops:

Nice to be missed though :wink:

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[quote name='Mutts4Me']We don't call it "wagging," though, we call it "fluffing" because her tail's a big, fluffy pom pon. I think of her as a cheerleader, fluffing her pompon and yelling. In my av, I was holding a treat over my camera to get her to fluff, and she was going wooo-woooo (aka give me gimme) :D :lol:

After reading some of these posts, I guess another good thing about her tail being on her back (besides the fact that I love the way it looks) is that she doesn't hit anything when she's fluffing!!![/quote]

:lol: Mutts I love your dogs tail because Zebs is exactly like it. Although Zeb does manage to knock things over with his tail. :D

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