Who doesn't love seeing an adorable little stump of a tail wagging? Many breeds like Boxers, Rottweilers, and Doberman Pinschers aren't actually born with natural bobtails, but have their tails docked shortly after their birth. This traditionally was done to prevent working breeds from getting injured in the brush, but it's now mostly done for appearance. While this procedure is still legal in the United States, it's banned in many countries and highly controversial. If you like the look of a stubby tail, there are many wagless wonders out there who are naturally born with short tails due to a genetic mutation. Here are some of the top breeds out there with natural bobtails!