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Female Join date : 2019-11-18
Location : Uk

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PostSubject: White Tip Tail   White Tip Tail EmptyWed Feb 26, 2020 3:28 pm

What every ones opinion on “only pure bred huskies have white tip tail” I’ve been doing a bit of research and a few people have said if “your husky does have a white tip tail it’s more pure bred”
My Storm has a white tip tail.
Skye is just pure white,
And Apollo is Sable he’s tail is whiter but not a white tip.
I’m a bit split on this one though, as Storm with the white tip tail is a complete opposite to Apollo who doesn’t have a white tip tail.
Storm is Short coated more sporty stream line body and a white tip tail.
And Apollo is more chunky a lot more thicker and fluffier coat a lot like Skyes coat but he doesn’t have a white tip tail.
And Skye is more sporty stream line body but with a long fluffy coat.
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Female Join date : 2013-06-14
Location : Missouri

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PostSubject: Re: White Tip Tail   White Tip Tail EmptyWed Feb 26, 2020 3:58 pm

It's a false statement. It's not part of the breed standard that there be white on the tail. Only that the tail be well furred in a fox-brush shape and carried in a sickle shape when up. Snap tail, tightly curled tails, tails that lay flat to the back or off to the side are all faults and unacceptable per the standard. There are many good quality dogs that don't have white tips on the their tail, the same as there are many horrible quality dogs that do.

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