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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dog_anatomy

Dog anatomy comprises the anatomical studies of the visible parts of the body of a canine. ..... The dog's nose has a bony structure inside that humans don't have, which allows the air that has been sniffed to pass over a bony shelf and many ...

www.medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk/the-dogs-nose-2

All mammals possess five senses: TOUCH, HEARING, TASTE, SIGHT and SMELL. The majority of humans use sight as their main sense to assess the world ...

dogappy.com/understanding-dog-anatomy-with-labeled-diagrams

Dog anatomy is not very difficult to understand if a labeled diagram is present to provide a ... Dogs, like all mammals, have eyes, a nose, a forehead, and ears.

www.dummies.com/pets/dogs/dog-anatomy-from-head-to-tail

Some canine anatomical names may be familiar to you — dogs have elbows and ears ... Nose: Dog noses are often cold and wet, and of course, they usually get ...

www.balancebehaviour.org/blah-1

The Dog's Amazing Nose! The Olfactory Bulb is a bulb of neural tissue within the dog's brain. It is located in the fore-brain and is responsible for processing ...

en.wikivet.net/Nasal_Cavity_-_Anatomy_%26_Physiology

May 17, 2016 ... The nose consists of the external nares with nasal cartilages, the nasal cavity ( including the ... Lateral surface of the head of the dog potcast 6

www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/nature/dogs-sense-of-smell.html

Oct 4, 2012 ... Your average dog's nose is tens of thousands of times as sensitive to odors as yours. What accounts for this stunning piece of machinery?

www.aces.edu/pubs/docs/U/UNP-0066/UNP-0066.pdf

Sep 11, 2001 ... In fact, a dog has more than 220 million olfactory receptors in its nose, while humans have only 5 million. Because of this keen sense of smell ...

www.merckvetmanual.com/dog-owners/eye-disorders-of-dogs/eye-structure-and-function-in-dogs

The eyes of animals, including dogs, function much like your eyes. (For a more ... Nasolacrimal ducts allow tears to drain from each eye into the nose. Each of ...