Veterinarian San Antonio -Veterinary

One thing that I asked veterinarian in the San Antonio veterinarian clinic was about dogs and wagging tails. I was always taught that dogs wagged their tails because they were happy to see me. But since I have been bit by a number of dogs vigorously wagging their tails I have come to understand that this just isn't so.
Don't get me wrong; the number one reason why dogs wag their tails is because they are happy. This is probably one of the best indicators of a dog's disposition. When they are happy and feel loved they show it through their tail. This display of affection induced tail wagging isn't limited to the dog's master either. The joy of your dog exhibited through the wagging of their tail is truly wonderful to behold.
Of course as I mentioned earlier in the article not all tail wagging dogs are signaling their pleasure or happiness. I will never forget this one guard dog that I would pass by every day. He would bark incessantly as I passed by the fence which kept him inside his yard but by and by I felt I had built up enough familiarity with him as I would always stop and say hi. Eventually I felt that my patience had paid off as every time I passed his tail would begin wagging. Mind you that he was still barking as loudly and ferociously but I chalked that up to his nature as a guard dog. After all his tail was wagging and thought that meant we were now friends. So one day I stopped a little longer in front of his house and seeing that tail wagging decided to put my hand through the gate and he almost took off my hand! Well the San Antonio veterinarian set me straight and I shall never again offer my hand to a dog who's tail is wagging.

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