Vet Med Terminology Crossword
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QUESTIONS LIST: Withers: Region over the dorsum where the neck joins the thorax and where the dorsal margins of the scapula lie just below the skin in equines., Frog: V-shaped pad of soft horn between the bars on the sole of the equine hoof., Brisket: Mass of connective tissue muscle and fat covering the cranioventral part of the ruminant chest between the forelegs on cattle., Wattle: Appendages suspended from the head (usually under the chin)., Dock: Solid part of the tail on a sheep., Ham: Musculature of the upper thigh in a pig., Jowl: External throat—especially when fat or loose skin is present in swine., Pinna: Projecting part of the ear lying outside the head; the auricle., Hock: Tarsal joint; also called the tarsus., Muzzle: Two nostrils (including the skin and fascia) and the muscles of the upper and lower lip., Stud: Intact male dog. Also a term used to refer to an attractive man., Bitch: Intact female dog. Also a disrespectful term for a woman., Queening: Term used to describe the process of cats giving birth (not to be confused with slaying)., Litter: Multiple offspring born during the same labor. Also something you shouldn’t do with your trash., Sprite: Spayed female ferret. Also a soda that hits especially different at McDonald’s. Or another word for an elf or fairy., Sire: Intact male rat. Also a word used to address someone of a noble status., Cock: Intact male parrot. That’s all., Gaggle: Group of geese (they may or may not be silly)., Jack ass: Intact male donkey (a word one might use in a fit of road rage)., Doe: A deer. A female (intact) deer.