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Fur-Babies (11): Temperamental Wags by JD_Renaissance
Tails are the scale on which one can determine a dog’s level of happiness. Except for Boston. For normal dogs, or semi normal in the case of JuJu, wagging means “I’m happy,” tucked under means “Oops,” and the stiff rod strait in the air means “I’m gonna get you.” JuJu’s moods are easy to determine, especially when she is super happy. Whenever my husband or I come home from even an hour long absence, she’ll sit fully on her butt and wag her tail while scooting across the floor in a motion we soon came to call “Happy Butt.” Boston is a wagger of a different sort. Imagine working with a three month old puppy and trying to punish her for piddling in the living room and all the while you’re yelling at her and showing her what not to do, she’s wagging away and trying to lick your face as if nothing is wrong. Boston wags for any and all and no reason at all and rarely, very rarely tucks her tail. If we yell at her, she comes running up to us, tail going in all directions. If we play with her, she comes running up to us, tail going in all directions. And if you’re sad… well, yeah you get the picture.
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