Where Are the Lymph Nodes in Dogs?

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Dog lymph nodes can be found all over the body and they can be palpated to determine if they are swollen. Some of the lymph nodes include the submandibular, which are located at the base of the jaw line, prescapular, which are located just above the shoulder and axillary, which are found between the chest and armpit area.
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Yes, dogs have lymph nodes-as do all, mammals. I'm not absolutely sure that most animals (reptiles and fish included) don't all have lymph nodes, but your question was about dogs.
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Lymph nodes are located along the lymphatic network of vessels throughout the body. The primary purpose of the lymph nodes is to clean the lymphatic fluid as it passes through the
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Your lymph nodes are located in your underarms, groin, neck, chest and
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Not Medical Advice: There are between 500 - 600 lymph nodes throughout the human body and are found in in the underarms, groin, neck, chest and abdomen.
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Dogs have a number of lymph nodes located all over the body that can be palpated to determine if they are swollen. Some of the lymph nodes are; the submandibular, which is located at the base of the jaw line; the prescapular that is found just above the shoulder, and the axillary nodes that are found between the chest and armpit area.
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