No that’s actually true. I’ve seen dogs that wag their tail so hard that it splits open from them repeatedly whipping it into walls and whatnot. When it becomes a repetitive injury a vet will always say to dock the tail.
People seem to forget that every dog was bred for a specific purpose. And docking tails and cropping ears was always to assist them in fulfilling that function. For example Jack Russells were/are used to hunt small game like rabbits. So their tails were cut short so that the hunter could use the shorter tail, which is the strongest part, to pull the dog out of rabbit holes.
I mean look at the Doberman. It’s cropping and docking was/is done for pure aesthetics BUT those aesthetics were still in line with the dogs purpose. The guy who created them was a tax collector and needed protection bc back in the day people would literally kill tax collectors. So he needed a dog that gave off an intimidating/menacing impression on sight.
So yea yea I get it. Some of these things aren’t “needed” now in some cases but it was all done with a purpose and intention.
How mom reacts when it starts to rain
"THE LAUNDRY! GET THE LAUNDRY!!"
"im tired of seeing posts about Ferguson" yeah well im tired of white cops killing black people so