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Thanks Suzan!

Bisou constantly wags her tail whether she's happy or going for an ankle..her trainer said never to take it as an indication of friendliness.
 

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Aww, that was great.
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ps I hate vaccinations even more so now.
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My friend's Bichon became very aggressive after combo booster shots. Nobody made the connection. Thought I was crazy to even suggest it.
 

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Just wondering why would they put their dog on Chinese meds??!

No offense to anyone sensitive about Chinese made medication but I live here and I wouldn't even let my dog have Chinese meds!
 

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Some dog owners use Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners to administer herbal meds. My old Holistic Vet (American) was a Chinese Medicine Practitioner.
 

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Some dog owners use Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners to administer herbal meds. My old Holistic Vet (American) was a Chinese Medicine Practitioner.
TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) is not what I thought they were talking about...I do TCM all the time here and highly recommend (most of) it..but I thought they were talking about Chinese made pharmaceuticals. A lot of fake pharmaceuticals are made in China and India. Not the same as TCM.

PS- I just saw a bbc documentary on the fake pharmaceuticals made here and in India..so that is probably why it was in my head still. When I see "meds", I automatically think of pharmaceuticals and not TCM.
 

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Suzan, thanks so much for posting this!! Very interesting!! Bijou does the circle wag all the time. She looks like a helicopter ready to lift off all the time....This also explains Casanova's tail wag when I goto pick him up for a butt wash. I always thought it was weird that he would wag his tail when he knew I was about to get him wet. Now I know it might not be a happy wag!!
 

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Thanks for sharing. I always love to read your links, very informative and interesting. No circle wags here. But, I did have a small terrier try to attack Cody at the pet store once. It threw me off, because he was wagging his tail when approaching and sniffing Cody.
 

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Thanks so much for posting this. It was definately interesting and would explain why my boyfriends grandmas dog bit me and then just wagged her giant tail.. Now I know what she was thinking! ;)
 
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