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Canine Anatomy

Veterinary students studying canine anatomy will benefit from hands on experience with these great 3D replicas. Featuring a variety of disorders and structures, our canine anatomy model collection features detailed, accurate anatomical models, great for students, medical professionals, even veterinary enthusiasts. These attractive and cost conscious models include educational cards in most cases as well. Every Anatomy Warehouse order is backed by our Money Back Guarantee, plus best prices in the industry.

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Canine Anatomical Models for Study and Display

It can be easy to forget that domesticated dogs are predatory mammals, capable of exceptional leaps and speed. Canine selective breeding as resulted in a variety of characteristics across the many types of dogs that exist currently. However, all dogs retain the basic characteristics of their ancestors, including disconnected shoulder bones allowing for longer strides. They also have a ligament that connects their chest vertebrae to the back of their neck to help support the weight of the head without muscle exertion, which helps save energy. Veterinary students will benefit from studying some of these features up close with anatomical models and replicas.

The previously mentioned shoulder of a dog is a unique feature, as shown in the Canine Shoulder Anatomy Model. The model is life size and features several tendons and ligaments. Great for veterinary students and classrooms, as well as for patient education situations, this model is a budget conscious but detailed example of canine anatomy.

The Canine Ear Anatomy Model is also very useful for study, as a number of conditions can affect the ear of a dog. The model displays both a normal side and one that shows a number of pathologies, such as inflammatory exudate, inflamed outer ear, partially occluded ear canal, and inflamed inner structures. The model includes a detailed key card for additional educational value.

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