Dog Facts: What Do You Know About Your Dog’s Body?

by Mary Haight on December 11, 2011

Dog facts: How much do you really know about your dog’s everyday bodily processes?  It’s a good day for a fun, informative infographic on the differences between dog and human anatomy.

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All you moms out there can have fun copying these facts about dogs to your refrigerator doors!

There are still so many things we don’t know about dogs.  Maybe because we focus on dogs’ behaviors, trying to explain in canine terms their seemingly human-like qualities, we think less often of the substantive physical differences because they seem obvious.  Well, I don’t know about you, but I did not know that dogs had more bones than humans! Once you’ve surprised yourself with something you didn’t know or did not remember, there’s another link to a little more in-depth information on one of these topics.

Dog Anatomy Infographic

Dog Anatomy graphic created by Matt Beswick for Pet365 Click here to view the full post.

If you are interested in hearing more dog facts, there’s more on the process of your dog’s digestion, via Dr Lorie Huston’s Pet Health Care Gazette.  Enjoy!

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5 comments
Kim
Kim

Thanks for sharing this information. Many of the puppy owners would find this of great help. It is essential to give importance to the food that you give to the dog. I enjoyed the post, you have a nice blog :)

Sandra
Sandra

I loved your post. Thanks for providing fun facts of dogs. They really are very informative. There are so many things that we don't know about the most loyal species of the world.

Lorie Huston, DVM
Lorie Huston, DVM

Great infographics, Mary. And thanks very much for the shout and link to the post on my blog. You always have such great content on Dancing Dog Blog, it's a real honor to be worthy of mention :)

MaryHaight
MaryHaight

Thank Lorie! That is a wonderful compliment, and believe me the honor is all mine - it is more than helpful to have such a learned blogging colleague to link to for expert health information! I love these infographics - they can explain so much in a nice visual package=) Perfect for kids, but also fun for adults - hee hee!

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