Stop (anatomy)

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Example of a stop at a domestic dog

With stop is in dog and cat , the transition from the nose to the skull called, roughly level with the eyes . Depending on the type and breed, it can be differently steep, from practically nonexistent, as in the bull terrier or Siamese cat , to very pronounced, as in the American cocker spaniel or the Persian cat . In humans , this area corresponds to the glabella .