Author(s): Olya Hossein*
Sexual dimorphism, the phenomenon of differences in size, shape, or morphology between males and females of a species, is a well-studied aspect of biology. In this study, we delve into the realm of canine crown sexual dimorphism within the contemporary Croatian canine population. By examining dental morphological differences between male and female dogs, we shed light on the potential underlying factors driving these distinctions. Through detailed anatomical exploration, this article aims to contribute to our understanding of the intricate interplay between genetics, evolution, and environmental factors that shape the dental morphology of dogs.