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ailmentary food ro digestion
alveolus a small sac like structure dialation
bloat gaseous distention of the stomach or cecum
borborygmus rumbling or gurgaling sounds caused by propulsion of gas through the intestines
canine tooth large fang in carnivores located near the incisors
carnassial tooth the fourth upper premolar or first lower molar in carnivores
choke obsruction of the esphogus
coprophagy eating of feces
defecation natural evacuation of fecal material from the rectum
emesis act of vomiting
Dorsal toward the celing or back
Ventral Towards floor or belly
Cranial or Anterior N wall of head
Caudal ir Posterior S Wall or butt
Laterl E or W wall forward or side
Medial towards mid line away from E & W
Proximal Towards body
Distal Away from body
Palmar Front foot pads
Plantar Rear foot pads
Flexation decreas joint angle
Extension Increase joint angle