|Abdomen: The belly or undersurface between the chest and hindquarters.
Almond eyes: An elongated eye-shape, describing the tissue surrounding the eye itself.
Angulation: The angles formed by the appendicular skeleton, including the forequarters [shoulder (scapula), arm (humerus), forearm (radius, ulna)], and hindquarters [hip (pelvis), thigh (femur), second thigh (tibia, fibula), hock (tarsus)].
Arm: The anatomical region between the shoulder and the elbow, including the humerus and associated tissues. Sometimes called the “upper arm.”
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