No tail? No problem. These dogs go without tails (or much of a tail, anyway), and they like it that way. While many dog breeds have traditionally had their tails .
A tightly-tucked tail can be hard to see. Recognized for his jutting jaw and perpetual frown, the short stocky bulldog can appear tailless to the casual observer. This is not a docked breed, however, and the little nubbin of a tail you see today was what the bulldog was born with.
When a Bulldog puppy is born, his tail is already starting to resemble what it will look like when he grows into an adult. According to the American Kennel Club
I suppose the most famous is the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, where some but not all are born with just the nub. English Bulldogs are also born with very short tails.
No, Bulldogs are born with tails. However, their tails should be short in comparison with other breeds known to have longer tails.