Pet Anatomy

Anatomy of a dog

Anatomy of a dog

Carnivorous domestic mammal raised to perform various tasks for humans.

  • Encephalon: Seat of the intellectual capacities of a cat
  • Lung: Respiratory organ
  • Spinal column: Important part of the nervous system
  • Stomach: Part of the digestive tract between the esophagus and the small intestine
  • Spleen: Hematopoiesis organ that produces lymphocytes
  • Kidney: Blood-purifying organ
  • Rectum: Last part of the intestine
  • Bladder: Pocket in which urine collects before it is eliminated
  • Penis: Copulative male sexual organ
  • Testicle: Sperm producing sexual organ
  • Intestine: Last part of the digestive tract
  • Liver: Bile-producing digestive gland
  • Heart: Blood-pumping organ
  • Lung: Respiratory organ
  • Trachea: Tube that carries air to the lungs
  • Esophagus: First part of the digestive tract
  • Larynx: Part of a dog's throat that contains the vocal cords

Anatomy of a cat

Anatomy of a cat

Carnivorous mammal of the feline family, with retractile claws. There are both wild and domestic varieties.

  • Encephalon: Seat of the intellectual capacities of a cat
  • Lung: Respiratory organ
  • Spinal column: Important part of the nervous system
  • Stomach: Part of the digestive tract between the esophagus and the small intestine
  • Kidney: Blood-purifying organ
  • Colon: Large intestine
  • Small intestine: Last part of the digestive tract
  • Testicle: Sperm producing sexual organ
  • Bladder: Pocket in which urine collects before it is eliminated
  • Spleen: Hematopoiesis organ that produces lymphocytes
  • Liver: Bile-producing digestive gland
  • Heart: Organ that pumps blood
  • Trachea: Tube carrying the air to the lung
  • Esophagus: First part of the digestive tract
  • Tongue: Taste organ of a cat
  • Oral cavity: Chamber of the mouth
  • Nasil cavity: Chamber of the nose
  • Larynx: Part of a cat's throat that contains the vocal cords

Information courtesy of Animal World USA.