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Waggy tail prevention

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I'm in the process of hopefully adopting a 7-year-old male greyhound who's coming straight out of kennels. He seems to be a lovely, gentle boy, but he does have a very waggy tail. I found out about waggy tail issues earlier today, and am now trying to find out about ways to prevent him from hurting his tail on walls, doorframes, radiators, etc. Are there any behavioural tricks that work, or is it just something you need to keep an eye out for? What about if you leave them for an hour or two - is there a danger of coming back to a room sprayed with blood and a poorly hound in pain? 

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