Real Domestic Dog Skull - Pathology
Real Domestic Dog Skull - Pathology
Real Domestic Dog Skull - Pathology
Real Domestic Dog Skull - Pathology
Real Domestic Dog Skull - Pathology
Real Domestic Dog Skull - Pathology
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Real Domestic Dog Skull - Pathology

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All dogs, wild and domestic, are direct descendants of wolves. Dogs have been bred as pets and companions for thousands of years with the earliest known domestication taking place over 12,000 years ago. Today, dogs serve their best friend in several ways: as guides, home security, search and rescue, for hunting purposes, and to assist police in tracking criminals. There are over 400 recognized breeds of domestic dogs ranging from the smallest, the Chihuahua, to the largest of the breeds, the Irish wolfhound.

Skull pathologies in dogs refer to abnormalities or diseases affecting the skull, which is the bony structure that houses the brain and sensory organs. These pathologies can be congenital (present at birth) or acquired during the dog's lifetime. Common skull pathologies in dogs may include conditions like brachycephalic airway syndrome (common in short-nosed breeds), and various forms of trauma-related injuries.

Specifications:

  • The left frontal bone exhibits pathology
  • Skull Length 17.4 cm (6.9 in.)
  • Skull Width 10.6 cm (4.2 in.)
  • Skull Height 8.2 cm (3.2 in.)