As you review these images, try to identify the structures present before reading the text. It is recommended that you have your Laboratory Manual and Miller's Guide to the Dissection of the Dog with you. Your lecture notes may be useful as well. For those cadavers that are dissected from both sides, it is useful to look at structures on both sides of the animal. You never know what side of the animal will be used on the exam.
This site is not intended to replace the time you spend in the laboratory, either during or after lab; It is mearly a supplement. You will quickly find that there is no replacement for looking at your group's and other group's specimens when studying for the exam.