Horses vs. Dogs
If you take the time to think about it, horses and dogs are similar in many ways; they’re four-legged, warm-blooded, furry mammals. However, their similarities virtually end at this point. Many differences exist between dogs and horses. The most obvious one would be the fact that horses are hoofed and require metal shoes, whereas dogs have paws with separate toes.
Next, the anatomy of a horse’s jaw is much different from a dog’s mouth. Horse teeth are large and square, allowing them to chew the grass and grain that comprise their diet. A horse mouth is also designed in such a way that allows them to wear a bridle and for a bit to rest against their gums. Alternatively, dog teeth are long and pointed in comparison, as their original intent was to assist the dog in ripping meat. Horses debatably have more speed and endurance than most dog breeds, and are more useful as a means for transportation due to their athleticism and ride-ability. However, as to which species is the more intelligent of the two, this is up in the air; both animals are undoubtedly intelligent in their own unique ways, and have different ways of manifesting this.