What Do Dogs Look like?

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Dogs are characterised by a double coat, four legs, canine teeth and a tail that is either straight, straight up, sickle, curled, or cork-screwed. These animals come in different colours and are normally domesticated as pets or for security purposes. There are different breeds and varieties of dog and they vary in size, body shape and in personality.
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Dogs come in all shapes, sizes and colors. Generally speaking they all have four legs, a tail, two ears and fur or hair. You can find many dog books and magazines at a pet store near you. You can find more information here: www.akc.org
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