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Esophagus to Stomach The food passes through the esophagus on its way to the stomach.

Once food reaches the dog stomach it is processed with a high level of hydrochloric acid.

Stomach to Small Intestine-After food has been processed in the stomach with the aid of the hydrochloric acid, it then passes through to the small intestine in the form of liquid.

Small Intestine to Large Intestine

From the small intestine, the unassimilated food passes through to the large intestine. The large intestine is the last stop before the waste is passed through rectum in the form of feces

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