Kirunhound tails vary in size, shape and style, mostly feature long flowing hair like a horse, a soft brush like a dog, or a combination of the these two styles. Tails can be held high and tight to the body, straight out or even curled back over the rump. Size, length and placement is only rarely affected by tail Trait Types.
An average tail with no defining uniqueness.
The tail is shortened to just a fluffed nub, or a small scaled nub.
Resembles a lion, with a short tuft at the end, may be scaled all the way down.
Long tapered tail with no hair and scaling all the way down..
Instead of soft hair or fur, tail ends in three or four dense fleshy splits.
Twin tails adds a second tail, these will always be thin, delicate and usually held high.
A thin tail with no fur and scaling all the way down. This will end in a prong, spade, or other unique scaled tip.
A poisonous barb is added to the end of the tail. May be furred, scaled or both.
Tail will resemble a large fan of bird feathers sprouting from the scaled base. Can be multiple colors.