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Dog anatomy is a complicated, yet fascinating system designed to hunt, reproduce, and work as an active member of a pack. Dogs are classified as mammals and they are omnivores. Their anatomy consists of a skeleton, skin, and senses, a respiratory system, a cardiovascular system, a urinary system, a nervous system, a reproductive system, and a endocrine system. These systems work in harmony to keep this amazing 'machine' running smoothly. Learn more about dog anatomy and the specific functioning of each anatomical component.
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