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Is this considered a "gay tail"?


Mollyrocker
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I would not think so because it comes off the back straight and then curves at the end. Sugar's tail is like that and when I groom her she can wrap it around my finger in either direction almost like she has a double jointed tail.

Liz

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Well I looked in vain for a photo of my parents dog Odin the German Shepherd who has a gay tail.... So off the Scottish Terrier Club of Ameria's website, a very good example of a 'gay' tail.

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Tracy, Brattwrust & Mettwurst a.k.a The Gremlins
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Ewwwww! I don't like the gay tail. It looks deformed! I do recall reading about the tail in the Cairn Terrier literature, and the tail is not supposed to curl over the dog's back. This is a fault if you are showing the dog. So I would say your dog's tail is just about perfect. Cricket's tail is exactly like Barney's in the way it is held.

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