Amazing how much you can learn from watching a dog's tail. Our family was always worried about our cousin lab Gypsy when she had to have her tail docked because they could not get her "happy" tail to heal. But that girl could wiggle that nub of a tail just as well as if it were the full tail. So what is your tail telling us now, Abby?Woos - Lightning and Misty
I wish I had a long tail instead of a stumpy one. But I'm pretty good at communicating with it anyway.
that's true... tails never lie... and therefore I use it as a tail-mo-meter, it tells me if it is too cold to leave the bed :o)
I've got a long tail that wags a mile a minute!
Welcome to The Book of Barkley and the Blogville dog blogging community. This blog was created for more memories of Barkley as well as updates on Abby the Senior rescue Lab, who we adopted in 2014.Stop in and say hello. But if you comment one time only to leave a link to a product or service it will not be posted, nor clicked on. Only links I know are virus free and work safe are shared.