How Many Bones do Dogs have in There Body?


I have found information on your question, how many bones do dogs have in their body. According to my research, a dog has a total of 319 bones in their body.
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well i think it is the femur like human is. i really do not know but like i said i think it is the femur like every other human is. if the largest bone is something else in a human
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Although they are smaller than a human, dogs have a lot more bones than we humans. Dogs have on average 319 bones in their body, this number can vary slightly with the size and breed of the dog. You can find more information here:
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