There are dogs that are born without tails, so if you want to have a tail-less dog and avoid the practice of tail docking, this list will help you. puppies born without tails by: jcrply Congratulations, you have some pups that are NBT Natural Bobtail. Joined: Jul 12, 2014 Messages: 2 Likes Received: 2. The natural occurring bobbed tail is hard to distinguish from a manufactured bob but read on to learn a little bit about the differences between the natural bobbed tail and those created by the practice of tail … They include the French bulldog, Boston terrier, Welsh corgi, and some lesser-known beauties, too. As you can see from these feeding puppies, they have very short and stumpy tails. Here is a photo of a newborn little of Frenchie puppies where you can see what their tails look like just after birth. Yes, corgis are naturally born with tails. Despite the Aussie’s name, they are actually a breed with American origins. Breeders breed dogs with short or no tails until tails are mostly bred out of the population. Dog breeds born with short tails or no tails have been selectively bred to have no tails. Short tails are a familiar characteristic for terriers. Breeds with traditionally docked tails include boxers and pinschers. Our first Aussie was an NBT. She had a short little tail and on the end of the tail -if you looked very closely- there was a tiny string of teeny tiny little vertebrae. Apparently, this is a rare occurrence, and other than their tail they are perfectly fine and have been checked by a vet. Australian Shepard Australian Shepherd (courtesy of Wikimedia Commons) The Australian Shepard, or “Aussie” is a medium-sized dog originally breed for herding livestock. Pembroke corgis come with small tails known as bobtails. Some dogs are born without any tail, while others may have very short tails. Puppy born without tail. 34 Dogs Born Without Tails 1. I was talking to my breeder and apparently out of the litter of 10 puppies, 2 were born without tails. While many dog breeds have traditionally had their tails docked, these 7 breeds are born without a wagger. These dogs go without tails (or much of a tail, anyway), and they like it that way. They are born with tails, albeit not a long tail like most breeds of dog have. While many dog breeds seem to have no tails, some of these breeds get this look via tail docking. Now for the a very similar breed of dog that is born without a tail and does not have any brown, only blue and white in color. Though you rarely see any corgi running with its tail intact. By contrast, certain dog breeds are born with tails, but breeders dock the puppy's tails. Discussion in 'Dog Breeding' started by Kingmidas, Jul 12, 2014. After the puppies are born, vets will dock the tails when they’re just a few days old. Kingmidas PetForums Newbie. They have a 5+ generation pedigree, all clearances, and from a very reputable breeder. More than half of the 30 types of terriers recognized by the American Kennel club have shorter than normal tails. A true Blue Heeler (Australian Cattle Dog) is Blue, White and Brown in color (some may say Black instead of Blue) and they are born with a tail; some tails are cropped after birth. This is considered to be the traditional approach in the US. The breed was developed on American ranches in the 1800’s. You might assume most terriers have their tails docked, but some dogs are actually born with short, bobbed tails. While not every Australian Shepherd dog is naturally tailless, about one in five Aussies are born without a tail.