The Tail That Wags the Dog
There is nothing better then coming home to my chocolate lab <Kona) wagging here tail. No matter what happens in the day she is always there. A dogs tail is a great indication of how they are feeling. It’s normally wagging a million miles an hour, occasionally knocking things off the coffee table. On occasions such as going to the Vet, that tail is curled tightly between her legs.
I often thought it would be great if dogs could talk, but thinking more about it, the tail says it all. Wouldn’t it be great if people were that easy to read.
What if I told you all humans have tails. You would probably think I was a little crazy. In fact all mammals have a tail at some point in their development; in humans, it is present for a period of 4 weeks, during stages 14 to 22 of human embryogenesis. This tail is most prominent in human embryos 31–35 days old. That has all changed thanks to a company called Neurowear
This Japanese company has made or invented a body controlled tail for humans . This is your own personal backside swiffer and will tell your friends and or strangers if your happy or sad. The Shippo (tale) also features geotagging and smart phone sharing capability, which allows devotees to find each other and engage in mutual tail wagging.
If you want a matching set of ears, they have you covered.