Basenjis are known for their tightly curled tails, which lie flat against their backs. They are often referred to as "barkless dogs" due to their unique vocalizations.
Corgis have a distinctive "bunny tail" that is short and often referred to as a "docked" tail. However, some Corgis are born with natural, long tails.
Shiba Inus have a curled or sickle-shaped tail that rests over their back. This tail shape is known as a "shiba scream" and is one of their defining features.
Many Australian Shepherds are born with naturally short tails or no tails at all, a condition known as "bobtail." Others have long tails, but their tail variations are distinctive.
The Rhodesian Ridgeback's most distinctive feature is the "ridge" of hair along its back, which grows in the opposite direction to the rest of the coat. Their tail is typically straight and strong.
Akitas have thick, curled tails that rest over their backs, giving them an elegant appearance. This tail shape is known as a "curl."
Chinese Cresteds can have either a full, flowing plume of a tail or be completely tailless, known as a "rare," and both variations are unique.
Boston Terriers have a short, straight tail that is often referred to as a "screw tail" or "corkscrew tail" due to its distinct twist.