Docking is the removal of portions of an animal's tail. While docking and bobbing
are more ... At least 170 dog breeds have naturally occurring bob tail lines. ... so
active dogs with docked tai...
I have been to countless shows where there are ONLY tailed Rottweilers, ... A
Rottweiler does not hold it's tail in a stiff position sticking straight out from the
body, ... Would it be logical to argue that all dogs breeds should be docked to
Dec 28, 2013 ... There is no need to do that, though I agree dog tails are prone to creating a ...
Over the years the docked tail has become part of Rottweiler.
Tall Tail: Have you ever wondered why Rotties have docked tails? ... This left the
Rotties prone to infections and injuries as cattle and other livestock trod on their
tails. ... competency necessary to do so effectively, and who is acting under a.
There has been much written about why Rottweiler tails were originally docked.
Most dogs with docked tails do work hunting, herding, droving or draft work.
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Aug 1, 2013 ... took all the 3 day old rottweiler puppies to the vet to get their tails docked.. they
wernt to ... Consider all the facts before you do this to your dog.
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Feb 3, 2007 ... 2 months old rott chasing his tail. ... That's why you have to cut Rottweiler's tail.
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Aug 31, 2010 ... 6 month old rottweiler puppy rio chasing her tail. ... This video is unavailable. Why
Rottweiler's should have their tail docked! If playback doesn't ...
Infected docked tail on a puppy from Anti-Docking Allegiance ... This is because
the puppies who have not had their tails removed do not have to spend a huge ...
For every breed of dog, there is a 'breed standard'. ... ADRK TAIL STANDARD A
docked Rottweiler does not conform to the current FCI breed standard. ... The
AKC Breed Standard for the Rottweiler has always deviated from the FCI