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I have run into several Havanese whose tails are different than Djangos. Djangos tail is very feathery and curls inward or towards his body vs. away from his body. When we walk it's always upright, it only drops when he's too hot or tired. Someone had said to me that Havs whose tail curve inward are from a true Cuban line. Any one have any info on this?
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Lucky's tail does the same. I thought they all did. It would be interesting to know if there's a connection with "true" Cuban line. What does that mean by the way, "true Cuban line?'

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"The tail is high-set and arches forward up over the back. It is plumed with long, silky hair. The tail plume may fall straight forward or to either side of the body. While standing, a dropped tail is permissible. The tail may not be docked."

This is how the Havanese Breed Standard describes the tail and tail carriage.


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