Functions of the separated organs involved in the reproductive system of a male dog

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  • Functions of the separated organs involved in the reproductive system of a male dog
    • Sctotum
      • The scrotum contains the testes as well as nerves and many blood vessels. The  job of the scrotum is to keep the testicles at a controlled temperature that is slightly lower then the average body temperature.
    • glans penis
      • This is the swelling towards the end of the penis that prevents the dogs separating imminently after a ejaculation
    • penis
      • The penis is used as a reproductive organ as well as a excretory organ. The job of the penis is to erect during sexual reproduction as it causes semen to be delivered more effectively into the vagiana
    • testes/testicles
      • This is used to produce sperm and male sex hormones
    • prostate
      • The function of the prostate gland is to releases a fluid that will help the sperm survive longer outside the body.
    • urethra
      • This is a hollow tube that originates at the neck of the bladder and runs through the penis. Its function is to transport urine and semen during mating.

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lucy simkins

this is for MALE dogs..... hope it helps.

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