If you've never known , we actually wag a tail too. It is a tail in your body called a sacrum. Dogs actually have a sacrum which has extra bones attached called Caudal vertebrae also known as tail bones. You have a sacrum that wags when your happy too. It is just a part of your body that is connected to emotion like when you are sad, tears come from your eyes. Dogs don't cry but we do. Weird huh.
Cats wag their tails because they are angry. Unlike dogs they wag them when mad but dogs wag their tails when they are happy.
wag their tails
yes, because they can wag them when they are happy.
they wag there tail cause there happy
Dogs wag their tails because it is telling their owner that they are happy, interested or excited about something.
my inference on dogs is that they wag their tails when they are happy.
They wag their tails, they jump up and down and they bark.
No dogs aren't the only animals that wag their tails.Sometimes cats wag their tails.
Dogs wag their tails. Tails could sometimes tell the dog's emotion. When dogs wag their tail it means that the dog is happy and want to play. When the dog's tail is not waging but it is down by their back legs means they are sad or scared.
Horses wag their tails not like dogs they wag them to swat flys and to talk to other horses.
If the dog is wagging it's tail than it's probably happy. But dogs don't always wag their tails because they are happy. I think its just a sign of communication. Sometimes aggressive dogs will wag their tails. I don't know whether is subconscious or not - but I certainly believe it to be a way of communicating.
Cat's don't typically wag their tails. Not like dogs, anyway. Purring is probably the best indicator. When a cat is upset their tails generally stay still and their ears point back and you can hear them growl. Anything other than that is usually a happy cat.
Wolves wag their tails just like domestic dogs do. They also jump around when they are excited.
It's kind of funny. When cats are angry, they wag their tails, just like how dogs do when they are happy
Sheri McArdle and Jim Ramerman are the co-authors of "Why Dogs Wag Their Tails: Lessons Leaders Can Learn About Work, Joy and Life."
Dogs and cats have different responses to fear and pleasure. When dogs are happy they wag their tails. Cats purr when they are happy. When dogs are scared they growl. Cats also growl when they are scared.
Dogs cannot sweat, dog's lose heat through panting and to humans this might appear to be grinning. When dogs are happy they wag their tails, they don't grin.
When a dog wags it's tail it means it's haveing a good time and it's happy.
Yes...as a matter of fact...they do!
It's a sign of happiness.Dogs also wag their tails to show a sign of warning. They appear to be friendly but they are truly terrified. Take it from me I was bit by one of those friendly but terrified dogs.As a way to communicate. Like how some people use hand gestures when they talk, dogs wag their tails to express themselves!
Pigs do wag their tails. Tail wagging can mean happy but it can also mean that the pig in question is looking to fight. It is usually a good indicator that they are not scared or extremely agitated.
A Tail is used for certain animals to help them with their life.For example,a cow uses its tail to swat flies,and dogs wag their tails when their happy.
The reason dogs wag their tails is because they are happy. Sometimes they are aware of their tail wagging and some time they are not. Kind of like when we smile! :) it can also mean that there really exited about something.
because dogs have ligaments in they tails casuing them to bend and be able to move
it matters on the dog. curly tail dogs curl their tail up when their happy, and wag it the same time when their super happy. dogs with strait tails just wag it. when they're bored/ sad all dog's tail go down. And when all dogs a scared the tail is between their legs or it's strait as if their sad, but their tail would be stiff.