Are Dogs Mammals?


Dogs are indeed mammals since they have hair on their bodies, are warm-blooded, and feed their young with milk. Examples of other modern-day mammals include: humans, apes, cats, bats, tigers, mice, moose, beavers, elephants, hamsters, horses, dolphins and whales among others.
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Dogs are mammals.
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