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When we are little, we are constantly discovering new things about ourselves and the world around us. One such observation that children make is the status of their bellybutton. Is it an “innie” or is it an “outie”?
Humans, however, aren’t the only species that can have bellybutton issues.
In a recent article published on “Tales from the Pet Clinic” blog on WebMd.com, Dr. Ann Hohenhaus of Animal Medical Center in New York City claims that dogs and cats can also have “innie” and “outie” bellybuttons.
Though your pets’ bellybutton is very different from your own, it can be easily found at the cowlick of hair on the abdomen.
So, does your dog or cat have an “innie” or an “outie”?
You can view the complete article at: http://blogs.webmd.com/pet-tales/2012/01/belly-buttons.html