|Name||Tags to Add||Tags to Remove|
|Unguligrade hooves||hooves unguligrade|
|Cloven hooves||cloven_hooves hooves|
|No hooves||hooves hooved_fingers|
|Hooves on plantigrade feet||hooves plantigrade hooved_toes hooved_plantigrade|
|Hooves on digitigrade feet||hooves digitigrade hooved_toes hooved_digitigrade|
|Articulated hooves||articulated_hooves hooves|
|Solid hooves||solid_hooves hooves|
There are three types of hooved feet:
Unguligrade - the regular kind of hooves, where only hoof is touching the ground.
Hooved digitigrade - less common kind, where hoof and ball of foot are touching the ground.
Hooved plantigrade - less common kind, where hoof, ball and heel are touching the ground.
Two of the latter ones can also be divided into:
Articulated hooves - toes can be (and are visibly) moved independently.
Solid hooves - toes are fused into a solid hoof.
Cloven hooves have two digits of the foot. Often found on deer, cows, and pigs.
Dewclaw hooves have smaller hoof behind the primary pair that resembles dewclaws.