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Dogs' legs are comprised of bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons. The anatomy of a dog's hind leg and foreleg differs just as a human arm and leg differ, according to For Dummies. More »

Dogs often snore due to allergies, rhinitis, fungal disease, tumors, dental problems, obesity or physical anatomies. While a snoring dog may sometimes be a normal occurrence, it is best to consult with a veterinarian to ... More »

Although hyenas have a rather dog-like appearance and live in large groups as many wild dogs do, they are not classified as dogs. Hyenas are actually members of a group called the Feliformia and are more closely related ... More »

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