10 Dog Breeds with Curly Tails

Dogs often show their emotions through their tails. But there are dogs with corkscrew-shaped curly tails (like the Pug) that make this look very interesting and cute, others with sickle-shaped curly tails that make their tails more flexible.

#1 – Pug

The Pug is a small breed originating from China. They have large round heads, many wrinkles, a short nose and 2 big eyes that look extremely cute. Pugs are lovable, fun, and a little mischievous, they are also quite lazy and like to sleep, and always likes to be with their owner. Pug is also a dog that doesn’t need grooming and exercise too much. The Pug is also a great companion for the elderly and children.

#2 – Basenji

The Basenji is a small hunting breed, native to Democratic Republic of the Congo. Basenji does not bark, they express their feelings by an odd sound described as something between a chortle and a yodel. And because of that Basenji is also known by the other name “African barkless dog”. The Basenji is an intelligent, energetic dog, alert, quite reserved with strangers, and may not get along with non-canine pets. They also don’t need too much affection from their owners, making them suitable for people who want to have a dog friend but value their personal space.

#3 – American Eskimo Dog

The American Eskimo is a member of the Spitz family and is originally from Germany. Their appearance is covered with a thick white coat, making their eyes and black nose become prominent, in addition, around their neck and chest is also covered with a thick coat of hair like a lion’s mane. The American Eskimo is an intelligent, affectionate, loving, playful, alert, friendly dog. However, The American Eskimo is also a heavy shedding dog, so they will not be suitable for people with allergies.

#4 – Shiba Inu

The Shiba Inu is a small-to-medium hunting dog originating from Japan. The Shiba Inu is compact with well-developed muscles and double coated, with the outer coat being stiff and straight and the undercoat soft and thick. The Shiba Inu can move quickly with nimble, elastic steps. The Shiba Inu is described by the Japanese as a dog with a spirited boldness and fiercely proud with a good nature and a feeling of artlessness. The Shiba Inu is alert, energetic, curious and reserved with strangers. The Shiba Inu tends to become emotionally attached to a single human. The Shiba Inu also often chews things when they’re bored, and sometimes they chew everything because they can do it.

#5 – Samoyed

The Samoyed is a large breed of herding dog originating from Northwest Russia and Western Siberia, they are related to the laika, a spitz-type dog. The Samoyed has a white, dense, double layer coat, which helps them adapt to the harsh cold environment. They are also considered to be hypoallergenic dogs but they also shed a fair amount and needs frequent grooming. The Samoyed is friendly, affable, gentle, playful, adaptable dog and a great companion, especially for children.

#6 – Pomeranian

Pomeranian, also known simply as Pom, is a breed of dog of the Spitz type originating from Pomerania. Pomeranian has a double coat, ruffled, especially the ruffled fur around the neck that makes them look like cute fur balls. Pomeranian comes in the widest variety of colors of any dog breed and the popular colors are: orange, red, white, black. Pomeranian is intelligent, friendly, lively, playful, sometimes aggressive to prove themselves, and they like to be the center of attention. The Pomeranian is always ready for a trip with their owner.

#7 – Akita

The Akita is a large breed of ancient dog originating from the mountainous regions of northern Japan, famous for its profoundly loyal and courageous. The Akita is a large, strong, independent and dominant dog. However, the Akita is a dog that needs good social and training so that it can accept strangers and not be aggressive.

#8 – Chow Chow

The Chow Chow is an aristocratic dog of Asia, with a look with ruffled fur around the head and neck that makes them look like a lion. The Chow Chow Chow is a dog who likes to be clean, is also quite as fastidious as a cat, and is also easy to destroy furniture, sometimes proved aggressive if not trained. Well-trained Chow Chow will not be fierce or confusing, they are always solemn, and loyal to their relatives, but they are also aloof from strangers. The Chow Chow is a dog that is adaptable and does not need much exercise.

#9 – Keeshond

The Keeshond is a medium-sized spitz breed originating from the Netherlands. Previously, they were also known as “Dutch Barge Dog”. Keeshond has a pointed face, pointed ears, and a thick fur covering the neck and chest like a lion’s mane. Keeshond is very friendly, outgoing, lively, intelligent, very affectionate with their families and a great companion for children.

#10 – Alaskan Malamute

The Alaskan Malamute is a large working dog originating from United States (Alaska). Previously this breed was bred for use as sled dogs in cold places because they have strength, endurance and adaptation to the cold. The Alaskan Malamute is an affectionate, intelligence, loyal, Independence and playful dog.

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