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    The action of the dog’s tail is also a kind of “language” and expression of the dog. Although different breeds of dogs have different sizes and shapes of tails, their tail movements have similar meanings. Although the tail of Schnauzer Dog is short, it also expresses the same meaning as other dogs.
    1. The specific meaning of a dog wagging its tail is that when the owner is happy or excited, the dog will wag its head and tail. The tail not only swings left and right, but also keeps turning. In addition, drooping tail means danger; raised tail indicates joy; clamped tail indicates fear; motionless tail indicates uneasiness: horizontal and rapid wagging tail symbolizes friendship.
    2. The action of the dog’s tail is also related to the tone of the dog’s owner. The action of the dog’s tail is also related to the tone of the dog’s owner. If the dog’s owner says to it with a kind voice, “bad guy!”! Bad guy! ” The dog will wag its tail to show its joy. On the contrary, if the dog owner says “good dog” in a stern voice! Good dog! ” , it will still pick up its tail to express unhappiness. That is to say, for dogs, human voice is only the sound source, not the language.
    3. The activity of dog tail is closely related to olfaction and special anal gland. Sometimes, the activity of dog tail is closely related to olfaction and special anal gland. The anal glands give each dog its own scent. An excited dog will wag its tail to spread the smell; a frightened dog will cover up its anal gland and stop emitting the smell.
    Generally speaking, the frequency of dog tail swing can reflect the degree of excitement and health: the faster the dog’s tail swings, the more excited and healthy it is; the slower the dog’s tail swings, the more excited but unhealthy it is.

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