Tail movement is an important aspect of dogs’ communication. Dogs only wag their tails when they see or are with other dogs, people, animals or even things that act alive, such as a leaf or a piece of paper blown by the wind.
To understand dogs’ body language and communication, we can begin with tails. Dogs use their tails to communicate from a distance . Tail position tells a lot about how he’s feeling and what his intentions are at the moment.