Basenjis are known as "barkless dogs" because they rarely bark. Instead, they produce unique yodel-like sounds. They have tightly curled tails that rest over their backside.
Shiba Inus are a Japanese breed known for their curled tails, which are often carried over their back in a tight curl, resembling a sickle.
This breed is known for a distinctive "ridge" of hair along its back. The tail of a Rhodesian Ridgeback is sleek and tapered, giving it an elegant appearance.
Australian Shepherds have a unique "balletic" tail, often referred to as a "bobtail." Some Australian Shepherds are born with naturally short tails, while others have their tails docked.
Akitas have thick, curled tails that rest over their back, similar to Shiba Inus. This tail position is often a sign of confidence and dominance in this breed.
Bulldogs have short, stubby tails that are often described as "screwy" because they resemble a corkscrew. Their tails are usually carried low.
Corgis are known for their long, bushy tails that are often carried low. These tails are quite different from the short, docked tails of their close relatives, the Pembroke Welsh Corgis.