Do Dogs Have a Clavicle?

Answer

No, dogs do have a clavicle bone. This bone aids humans in letting their arms to extend from their body. A dogs arms/legs have limited movement unlike humans who can move their arms in various ways.
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Dog's do not have clavicles. The pressure a dog puts on its front legs while running or walking would constantly break it.
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A cat's "clavicle" is buried in the muscles of the shoulder region....
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Dogs do not have clavicles because they do not have scapulas that needs support by a clavicle or 'collar bone'.
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Most mammals do have at least a vestigal remnant of a clavicle, although it is in varying degrees of development. Basically the reason some animals have either a reduced or no clavicle
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