Marley and I play ball in the front yard in the morning. Then he spends the day with my lovely wife, and then I throw ball for him in the living room at night. Tough life!
This dog is all legs, and he can actually use his front paws to toss the ball in the air and catch it when he is on his back.
When we first got him out of rescue two weeks ago, his tail was clamped firmly between his legs. The rest of him seemed friendly, but the tail showed fear and anxiety. I see a lot of clamped tails with whippets and other sight hounds, but I wondered if that tail would come up in time, and it sure has, wagging like a little white metronome. Wonderful!