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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 »

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Many scientists consider dogs omnivores rather than carnivores, but there is considerable debate. Dogs often eat fruits and vegetables, and even wolves eat some plant matter in the wild. Domesticated dogs are carnivores ... More »

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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 »

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