Why do hunting dogs have a white tip to their tail?
It's not just hunting dogs that have a white tipped tail. African wild dogs have the same white tip. In the wild, that white tip helps keep the pack in contact while hunting. For hunting dogs, it helps the hunter keep track of where his/her dogs are.
Because they are hunting dogs, have you noticed the white tip on the end of their tail?? That is on every beagle. It is used so that when they are hunting, people can find them easily. I have a pet beagle at home, her name is Ruby, and the time that she ran away, I found her by spotting the tip of her tail in the dark!!
A dog's length is measured from the tip of the tail to the tip of the nose
A dog's tail does have a bone it it. It extends from the spine on down to the tip of the tail.
A wild cat looks like a house cat but has white tip tail.
JRT's are very active dogs, so (s)he probably repeatably knocked their tail against something, wearing the fur on the tip down.
Usually if dogs are mixed they have a white tip on their tail or white on their paws. A purebred lab will not have these. A purebred is all one color. You can look online for the exact specifications of the breed so that you can find other inconsistencies.
If a white tip spider bit you, then you would go to the emergency room. That is the same for kittens, cats, puppies and dogs. They should go to the vets. There is a chance they have been poisoned and need to be treated.
Some do. Not real common, but i got my first white tipped tail today. So the answer is yes, but most don't.
A cheetah's tail is orange with orange spots and in some cases, stripes, with a white tip.
Most skunks are of two colors. This is usually black and white, but can be light brown and white or just white. The striped skunk is a black color with a white stripe going from the nose down to the tip of the tail along the back.Some have twin stripes that parallel down the back to the tip of the tail.
John has observed that all spotted dogs in his neighborhood have a white tip on their tails he therefore decides that all spotted dogs have a white tip on their tails what kind of reasoning is john us?
A dog's trail is an extension of the spine and it is made up of 6 to 23 extra vertebrae. A dogs tail start at the pelvis and runs to the tip and it consist important nerves which control the tails movement.
Cats don't really "wag their tails". If your cat is lashing its tail from side to side, it's probably upset about something. A cat may twitch the tip of its tail, which is somewhat different; it doesn't seem to really mean anything other than "I can twitch the tip of my tail, so I think I'll do that." That's not entirely true; cats usually twitch the tip of their tails when they are hunting.
very common because i did it once
What size is the bird?
Maybe at 2 or 3 months old
Beagles have a distinctive white tip on their tail. This is used because when beagles went hinting, they could easily be spotted by their tail.
They are gingerish-brown in colour, with yellowish-white belly fur, but in the northern parts of their range they moult to pure white in winter. The tip of the tail is black in all seasons.
A tuxedo cat is a black cat with a white chest and paws, it can also have a partly white face, belly and tail tip.
Red foxes are the size of medium dogs, have large, pointed ears, long snouts and busy tails. They are reddish-brown in colour and usually have amber or brown eyes. They usually have a white belly, tail tip and snout.
A white tip reef shark defends itself with its teeth, by biting its enemy. It may also thrash about and hit an enemy a painful blow with its tail in an effort to escape.
Dingoes are primarily a yellow to reddish-brown colour, with irregular white patches. The paws and the tip of the tail are often white.
John has observed that all spotted dogs in his neighborhood have a white tip on their tails he therefore decides that all spotted dogs have a white tip on their tails what kind of reasoning?
This is an example of anecdotal or inductive reasoning ... ie. what you see/hear/experience is how it is, rather than having performed scientific analysis.
it is in red-brownish color and at the tip of the tail there is black color and on his face there is little black and white color.
A white-tail, when alarmed, raises its tail up and flashes it like a white flag, warning others, when bounding away. Mule deer don't have this, as they only have a tail with a black tip on the end and large mule-like ears. Black-tail deer have black tails, obviously.
The tail of a ring-tailed lemur has 12 or 13 white rings and and 13 or 14 black rings. The tail always ends in a black tip.
1.The dogs are bored. 2.a desire to receive attention and affection from their owners 3.Dogs may also choose to chase their tails because there is physical discomfort of some type. Fleas may be present on the tip or the base of the tail.
The ball on the tip of a ferrets tail is called a chordoma and needs to be removed by a veterinarian
The Brush-Tailed Phascogale is gray, with a white ventral surface and throat and a black bushy tail. The Red-Tailed Phascogale is brownish gray, with a white ventral surface and throat and a less bushy tail that is reddish near the base but black near the tip.
You saw either an ermine - a stoat with winter colouration - or a weasel, some populations of which, especially in areas that have snowy winters such as Montana, also grow a white coat with a black tip to the tail, in winter.
The difference between a male and female ostrich is that males have black feathers/fur and females have brownish white. The male has a white tip at the end of his tail.
perhaps a fox squirrel
Is when the tip and the tail are exactly the same width.
Actually a dog wags their tail in different ways. If a dog keeps their tail high and wags it, they are showing a sign of dominance. The bigger dog usually does this because they think they are in control! If a dog only wags the tip of it's tail it means that it's unsure and/or nervous. The most popular type of tail wagging is when a dog wags his tail straight out, this means they… Read More
Where is the second vector's tail placed when two vectors are added graphically using the tip to tail method?
it is placed at the tip of the first vector
The right of way at all times
No. Females also have white tips on their tails. You can find Arctic Foxes in Northern Canada & Alaska in winter during sub-zero temperatures.
I just saw one in Cherryfield Maine! All black, no silvering/or grey - a white tip on tail. Shiny and beautiful!
My leopard gecko (common phase) is yellow with black spots, with a white underbelly. The skin texture is bumpy. The tail is white with black spots and is segmented. From the tip of the nose to the end of the tail, the fully grown gecko is between 15 and 20 cm long.
All pedigree Bernese Mountain Dogs should be black, tan and white. Any other colours are considered ''faulty''. Here is an extract from the official Kennel Club breed standard about colour for this breed: ''Jet black, with rich reddish-brown on cheeks, over eyes, on all four legs and on chest. Slight to medium-sized symmetrical white head marking (blaze) and white chest marking (cross) are essential. Preferred but not essential, white paws, white not reaching higher than… Read More
The physical features of a White Tiger are: - White fur with dark chocolate brown stripes(trust me, no matter what you read their stripes are NOT black.) - Blue eyes (All White Tigers have crossed eyes) - Up to three meters in length from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail. - Large sharp teeth and claws up to 4" long That's pretty much it. :)
I dont know but they live in Maine as well, I found this site trying to that same question, It sounds like a Weasel to me. They are white in the winter, with a black tipped tail. I think a garment made with the fur is called 'Ermine"? Akemai: It should be Stoat, also known as Ermine when they turn white.
Berkshire pigs are a breed with an upright, erect ear, and are black color all over their body with the exception of six white points. These white points are a splashes of white on the nose, the tip of the tail and all four feet.
The average parakeet is about nine inches, from the tip of its tail to the tip of its beak.
From 18 to 34 inches from nose tip to tail tip.
A tuxedo cat is not a breed of cat but a name given to cats with black and white fur that is similar in shape to a tuxedo (white chest, black torso, maybe white paws and tail tip, perhaps a white nose area or forehead, etc).
Yes, all pedigree Bernese Mountain Dogs should be black, tan and white. Any other colours are considered ''faulty''. Here is an extract from the official Kennel Club breed standard about colour for this breed: ''Jet black, with rich reddish-brown on cheeks, over eyes, on all four legs and on chest. Slight to medium-sized symmetrical white head marking (blaze) and white chest marking (cross) are essential. Preferred but not essential, white paws, white not reaching higher… Read More
It depends on how long the distance is from the cloaca to the tip of the tail !
it's tail (the tip) With a rattle on the end of its tail
because the tip of the tail might come off.