morphology of a dog 
Terminal end of the limb supporting the body; it is formed of various articulated bones and ends in a claw.
Articulation of the forelimb to which the toes are attached.
Thigh joint (femur) articulating with the lower section of the leg (tibia).
Articulation of the hind limb; it contributes to movement and absorbs shocks.
Upper part of the hind limb; its muscles provide strong momentum.
Portion of the forelimb located between the elbow and the wrist.
Articulation of the forelimb between the upper arm and the forearm above the knee.
Upper part of the forelimb attached to the trunk and forming a very mobile articulation.
Movable muscular folds forming the contour of the mouth and having a tactile function.
Terminal appendage of the body; the dog uses it mainly to show its reactions.
Upper portion of the trunk opposite the belly between the withers and the loin.
Part of the body that is an extension of the neck and forms a protuberance above the shoulder.
Side part of the head between the muzzle and the ear, below the eye.
Part between the top of the head and the muzzle.
Elongated front part of the head usually covered with sensory hairs (mustaches) that has a highly developed tactile and olfactory function.