Is there a bone in a dog's tail?

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A dog's tail is an extension of its backbone and contains nine bones.

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Dogs do have bones in their tails. Dog tails are essentially the last section of the dog's spine. A dog's tail can include as many as 23 vertebrae. Shorter natural full tails can have as few as six vertebrae. Some dogs are born with no tail or a tail that is naturally very short and stubby.

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The tail is actually an extension of the dog's backbone. Some dog tails are long, while others are itty-bitty stubs barely poking out of their bums. The fast-paced appendage is made up of muscles and bones that work together to create movement

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