Pugs are a small breed with a tightly curled tail that rests over their hip. The double curl is a defining feature of the breed.
Shiba Inus, a Japanese Spitz breed, have a tail that curls over their back in a gentle, loose curl. This tail carriage is known as a "Shiba scream" when the dog is excited.
Basenjis are often called the "barkless dogs" because they don't bark like other dogs. They have a tightly curled tail that is set high on their back.
Greyhounds are known for their slim, athletic bodies and have long tails that are often described as "whip-like." Their tails are long and muscular, adding to their streamlined appearance.
This breed is recognized for the distinctive "ridge" of hair along its back. Their tail is typically carried up and slightly curved, giving them an alert and confident appearance.
The Norwegian Elkhound has a tightly curled tail that rests on its back. This tail feature is thought to help protect against the harsh weather conditions of their native Norway.
Corgis are known for their short legs and long bodies. Their tails are often naturally short (bobtail) or docked, giving them a unique appearance.
Samoyeds have a plumed tail that curls over their back, adding to their fluffy and majestic appearance. The tail is carried high and to the side, contributing to their friendly and alert expression.