Why dog waive tail when his owner came home?
because it was happy to see the owner
crowntail fin( jagged and spikey) veiltail ( not symmetrical only 2 rays ) Half moon (180 degrees or circle segment)double tail ( cute tails, tail fin is split into two lobes)Fan tail ( a rounded delta tail)*fav.* rosetail (halfmoon with so much finnage it looks like a rose)Delta tail (sharp edged tail tail span less than a halfmoon.) hope this helps!- Mii Bunny owner of 3 betta fishes and 2 females betta fishes =)
MANX. I have a cat that has no tail and it is called a Manx. Sometimes I call it a rabbicat. This would depend on how old the cat is. If the cat is young and you know its history before it came to you then it was born that way and it is a Bobtail which is a specific breed of cat. If the cat is older it could still very well be a…
Anything you create, when created in a tangible form such as a picture, or musical notation, is copyrighted. Intellectual copyright is automatic, it does not need to be registered with anyone. It is safe to assume therefore that any music is still copyrighted to their owner, unless that owner has specifically said he has relinquished it.
Yes! You should never try to dock a dog's tail at home. The tail has bones in it, and it's about as painful as someone cutting off your finger. If you're going to have the dog's tail docked, let the vet do it. You need to realize, though, that docking the dog's tail will cause it pain, even if the vet does it.