A dog has a lot of things in common with humans.
It is a small, furry creature, with a big head, big ears, and an open mouth.
Its eyes, nose, ears and tail all are the same color and are also quite distinct from each other.
They are, in fact, part of the same species.
However, there are many different breeds of dog.
And although some breeds of dogs have evolved to look and behave like humans, many other dogs do not.
And unlike humans, they can be misidentified.
Here’s a look at some common questions people ask about dogs.
What are the differences between dogs?
A dog has three major body parts, called joints.
They can move independently or be attached to each other and form a whole.
The front part of a dog’s body is called the front legs.
They have five legs and each leg is attached to another.
The hind legs have three toes.
A dog’s ears are the only part of its body that can move, and the ear is called a canine.
A dog’s head is the most prominent feature of a breed.
The size of its head is measured from the base of the neck to the top of the ears.
It’s the longest part of any animal.
Its eyes are located on the back of the head, which is usually slightly lower than the rest of the body.
It has a slit that allows it to look in a certain direction.
Its nostrils can open and close.
It can sniff out food.
It has a pair of large ears on each side of the mouth.
They form a sort of ‘dog’s nose’.
Its nose can be small or large.
It doesn’t have any teeth, and it doesn’t eat.
A cat’s head and tail are the most obvious things in a dog.
The body is usually very flat and is shaped like a cat.
A cat’s ears have two pairs of ears.
A big tail is usually longer than its body.
Its back is usually shorter than its front.
This means it has a curved back and usually has an elongated back.
It wears a coat of fur on its back.
A fox is similar to a dog in shape and size.
It weighs about 2.5kg (4lbs).
Its front leg is the longest and most prominent part of it, and its tail is the second longest.
Its ears are on the top.
It usually has a tail.
Its ears have four tufts.
Its coat of hair covers the fur on the tail.
It eats by sucking on a small amount of saliva.
Its tail is shaped very similar to that of a cat, and is longer than the body in some places.
A fox also eats by licking the air.
Its face is often round, although there are some exceptions.
It generally has long eyelashes and sometimes has a face that looks like a human’s.
A pig has four rows of three teeth on its head, four on each ear and four on the sides of the back.
A pig is generally small and has a large belly.
A cockroach has two rows of six tiny eyes and four rows on its legs.
The two eyes are larger than its pupils and have a small slit that makes them look like pupils.
A cockroach’s front legs have four toes.
It sometimes has four toes in the front of its tail.
A wolf is a huge dog, measuring about two metres (5ft 6in) long.
It stands up straight on its hind legs.
Its front legs are the longest.
Its belly is usually wide, but it has two smaller spots.
It rarely has any teeth.
Its rear legs are long and thin, and are usually shaped like paws.
Its rear legs and tail form a ‘wolf’s paw’.
Its front feet are the smallest and most powerful part of an animal’s body.
A wolf can walk at speeds of up to 10km/h (6mph).
It’s able to run at speeds up to 100km/hr (62mph).
A rabbit is a smaller dog with a short tail.
It eats by snoring.
It snores during the day and in the evening, when it sleeps.
A rabbit’s back legs are shorter than those of a normal dog.
It can also have a wide range of facial features, including a nose, a pair toothed fangs, long ears and a big nose.
It also has long, thin tails.
It is a very social animal, and spends most of its time in the wild.
A bunny has a fluffy coat, a wide nose, long whiskers and long ears.