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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How do you teach a dog to come?
(a) Turn away from the dog, call "Come," walk in the opposite direction, and clap once.
(b) Turn away from the dog, call "Come", throw a treat, and clap once.
(c) Turn toward the dog, call "Come", throw a treat, and whistle once.
(d) Turn toward the dog, call "Come", walk in the same direction, and whistle once.
2. What is McConnell doing when she mistakenly gets too close to the dog in front of an audience?
(a) Giving a command.
(b) Fielding a question.
(c) Offering a treat.
(d) Retrieving a toy.
3. Why do wolf and canine packs use "hip slams" and "shoulder slams"?
(a) To hide their fear.
(b) To stake out their territory.
(c) To entice the opposite sex.
(d) To appear larger than they are.
4. If an owner wants to encourage movement in a dog, what should she or he do?
(a) Use both short and spare notes.
(b) Use both long, repetitive notes.
(c) Use long, spare notes.
(d) Use short, repetitive notes.
5. What is the biggest misconception owner's make regarding their influence on a dog's behavior?
(a) That their voice is their biggest influence.
(b) That their size is their biggest influence.
(c) That their body is their biggest influence.
(d) That their speed is their biggest influence.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does a person who wants to block have to do?
2. What ingrained behavior is considered affectionate for humans but rude for dogs and should be avoided?
3. How many animal handlers has McConnell researched for her book?
4. What myth do humans perpetuate about dog's regard for them, according to McConnell?
5. What should an owner do who wants to avoid a dog from crawling into her or his lap?
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