I. Dog IQ Test: See if you are smart! ①
title=”Alaskan Sled Dog”
Alaskan Sled Dog
I. Dog IQ Test: See if you’re smart!
1. If your dog is running through the countryside and the road ahead is suddenly blocked by a fence or a fence and he can’t jump anymore, what will he do?
a. Walk along a hedge bar or fence and find a way around it 4 points. b. Turn your head and go in the other direction 1 point. c. Dig a hole underneath or otherwise go through the obstacle 2 points. d. Wait for you to lift it into place 2 points.
When the dog looks at you and you pretend to eat a snack, the dog will:>
a. Focus on you as if you were actually eating. 2 points b. Goes to the place where you took the food to see if there is any left. 3 points c. Very interested. 1 point d. Looks like you’re faking it. 2 points>
3. Does your dog know the following words or can they be special signs that you draw yourself? If you do, how many do you know? These words are eat, vet, bed, and goodbye.
a. Recognize three or four 4 points b. Recognize two. 3 points c. Know one. 2 points d. Don’t know any of them.
If you are in the kitchen and the dog hears you open a food package, what does the dog do? >
a. Runs into the kitchen as soon as he hears a movement. 3 points b. Only comes in when it feels curious or hungry. 3 points c. Doesn’t realize you’re opening food unless you do so in front of it. 1 point>
If your dog is close to the door and hears an unusual noise outside, his first reaction might be:
a. Bark loudly and try to run out. 2 points b. Ignore. c. Stay alert and supervise without a sound 3 points>
6. If you take your dog out and meet a dog or horse that is much larger than it is, your dog will:
a. Run over and grab the opponent’s hooves, yell at him, and attack. 1 point b. Growl low or bark loudly, but keep a safe distance from the opponent. 3 points c. Walk around. 4 points d. Approaches the opponent carefully or mischievously. 2 points>
7. What does your dog do when you take him to the curb on a leash?
a. Stop at the side of the road and observe if it is safe to go over. 4 points b. Decide when it is safe to pass. 3 points c. Just move forward, forcing you to pull it in. 1 point>
I. Dog IQ Test: See if you’re smart! ②
title=”Bernese Mountain Dog”
Bernese Mountain Dog
8. If you don’t play with your dog and he wants to play, how can he let you know?
a. Whisper a plea. 2 points b. Try to start over with you. 3 points c. A low bark. 1 point>
9. Does your dog remember people, like relatives who visit occasionally?
a. Do not keep track of people. 1 point b. Remember people, especially the next time they come. 4 points c. Sometimes remembers people. 3 points d. Doesn’t remember people, but seems to remember people if visitors give it food. 2 points>
10. If your dog wants a drink and his bowl happens to be empty, he will:>
a. Wait until you find the bowl is empty. 1 point b. Quench your thirst by other means, such as drinking in the bathroom or a small puddle. 4 points c. Find you and whisper a plea. 3 points d. Calling you to the bowl to show you that it is empty. 4 points e. Sits at the bowl and whispers a plea. 2 points>
11. What would your dog do if he was caught doing something wrong and knew he was in big trouble?
a. Ears and tail droop like a crime and sneak away. 4 points b. Eyes with worry escaped quickly. 2 points c. Escapes quickly with complacency in its eyes. 1 point d. Trembling in front of you. 3 points>
12. What happens to your dog when you change to a new environment?
a. Very curious, carefully examining every corner and even crevice. 3 points b. Showed moderate curiosity. 2 points c. Only concerned with what to eat. 1 point>
Scoring: Select only one answer for each question above, add the corresponding score, and then evaluate based on the scoring results.
Below 14:ignorant; 15-18: generally retarded; 19-23: occasionally a little smart; 24-27: normal; 28-31: a little smarter than average; 32-37: very smart; 38-41: extremely smart; 42+: the genius of dogs.
For those of you who have a dog at home, are you also wondering if your baby is easy to train, how high is its IQ, EQ it? What are its personality traits? So let’s take a test to see how much your dog can be trained and adjusted and like the direction of the traits. This is a good test. You can cheer up the feelings too~~
II. About the dog skills test
II. About the dog skills test
1. Socialization: The tester kneels a distance in front of the puppy and calls for the puppy to come. If the puppy’s tail is firm and straight, it must be a confident, social dog; independent dogs may be indifferent; timid puppies may come, but they hesitate and their tails hang down.
2. Following: The tester first stood up and walked slowly to entice the puppy to follow him and actively followed the self-confident puppy; the strong ones would run ahead or stumble; the timid ones would hesitate, but they would stop and go elsewhere independently.
3. Suppression:Roll the puppy onto its back with its feet facing the sky, press its chest with one hand, restrain it from moving with a little force, and stare at it with your eyes for half a minute. At this time, the strong will struggle, the eyes will not be afraid, and the timid will obey. Eyes swimming / This test is extremely important. The strongest puppy is for experienced people.
4. Forgiveness: Immediately after the suppression trial is complete, place the puppy in front of you, gently pet it all over, speak to it gently, and have it lick the tester’s face before lowering its head. It is difficult to train a dog that does not forget that it was just squashed and is forgiving.
5. Improvement: Hold the puppy with both arms and stand up for half a minute; the goal is to test how it handles itself in an uncontrollable environment. Puppies that are comfortable in their arms are more likely to grow up and adapt to unfamiliar environments; conversely, struggling puppies grow up and are reluctant to accept human control.
Form a paper ball out of paper and throw it several feet in front of the puppy. Usually, it responds by running to the paper ball with encouragement from the tester, lifting it, and coming back, which would make a good dog that is easy to train. This dog is not interested in the paper ball and can even leave. Take the paper ball and walk to the corner to chew and play alone, this independent dog will need a seasoned trainer in the future. This test is important for choosing a working dog to test if it will be useful for humans.
It’s hard to predict what will happen when the puppy grows up. So choosing the right dog can be as dependent on luck as gambling. So some people take some people just choose a famous dog to breed, but dragons have nine sons, different, and it’s hard to imagine choosing a dog. In other words, it is hard to decide how to choose, some people just want to pick one up, what will be the result? >
Testing your dog’s trainability1
Testing your dog’s trainability
1. You hold a toy in your hand and keep shaking or throwing it, and it will:>
A: Stares at your hand all the time 4 points. b: Looks at your hand now and then 3 points. c: Competes with you 4 points. d: Doesn’t look at your hand 1 point.
2. You throw the toy and it will:>
A: Quickly rushes out to bite the toy 4 pts. B: Catches up to the toy and bites it, but quickly puts it down 3 pts. C: Catches up to the toy but does not bite it 2 pts. D: Does not chase the toy 1 pts..
3. Your dog with a toy in his mouth tries to take it away and it will:>
A: Refuses to let go and compete with you 4 pts. B: Intends to let go and then compete with you 3 pts. C: Gives you 2 pts. D: Never titled the toy 1 pts..
4. You take him for a walk in a new environment and he behaves:>
A: Ears turn constantly to the sides and back, eyes look around often 1 point. B: Ears turn sometimes to the sides and back, eyes look around sometimes 2 points. C: Rarely does any of the above 3 points.
5. You give it something to eat and it will:>
A: wolfing down the food 3 pts.. b: eating at a normal rate 2 pts.. c: chewing slowly 1 pt..
Test your dog’s trainability②
6. Leave the dog out in the cold for a while, then you get up and walk and it will:>
A: Keeps circling you and wagging his head 3 pts. B: Keeps up with you and pays attention to your movements 3 pts. C: Looks at you 2 pts. D: No reaction 1 pts..
You tie your dog up in an unfamiliar environment and prepare to leave, and it will:>
A: Tries to break away and follow you 4 pts. B: Tries to break away, but soon rationalizes and quiets down, watching you leave 3 pts. C: Watches you leave 2 pts. D: The above response is not obvious 1 pts..
8. Connect a question. When you leave it out of sight, it will:
A: Look around and smell the ground 1 point. B: Look around and smell the ground and then calm down 2 points. C: Calm down quickly and pay attention to your surroundings 4 points. D: Quickly and quietly relax 3 points.
9. Next, the dog quieted down. When a stranger passes by it ten meters away, it will:
A: Watch the stranger’s movements until he is out of sight 3 pts. B: Watch the stranger’s movements 2 pts. C: Don’t pay much attention 1 pt..
Scores 32 to 28. If your dog’s breed is a common breed for police dogs, it basically has the requisite standard for police dogs. If it’s another breed, it’s trainable and trainable.
On a scale of 27 to 23. Your dog has good training and training potential and is a very smart dog, but sometimes you may have a headache with his behavior.
On a scale of 22 to 15. Your dog is obedient. He may not have some of the qualities you think a dog should have, but overall he’s still an obedient dog, but he’ll put more effort into training, such as teaching him to go to the bathroom properly.
Score below 15. If you have a dog for the purpose of releasing your love and relieving your emotions, your dog should be a good candidate for spoiling. This is like a delicate child for you and may require more energy.
Do you also want to know how easy your dog is to train and how smart he is? Test how well your dog is >trained and trained with a great test method. Test your dog in the above way and write down which option is best for your dog.
IV. Comprehensive dog test ①
IV. Comprehensive dog test
1. Evaluating the dog’s ability to observe and learn
First pick a time when you don’t usually take your dog out for a walk and make sure your dog is around you and awake. When the dog looks at you, quietly pick up your coat, keys, and the dog’s collar …… something you would normally take with you when you take him out and stop, don’t move.
A: The dog runs excitedly to the door or runs to you 5 points. B: The dog does not react this way, please walk directly to the door and stop, if the dog runs to you and shows an expectation of wanting to go out for a walk or go outside 4 points.
C: The dog hasn’t responded, put your hand on the doorknob and pull back and forth to make a sound. If the dog runs to you at this time 3 points. D: The dog notices your behavior but never runs to you or the door 2 points,
E: The dog didn’t even notice all your moves 1 point.
2. Test “problem solving skills”
You’ll need an empty jar, some tasty dog treat cookies and a table where you can record seconds. Start by showing your dog the dog treat, let him sniff it, then use a big motion to place the dog treat on the floor and cover the jar with the dog treat. Start remembering with a stopwatch to encourage the dog to get the bait.
A: The dog kicks open the can within 5 seconds and gets the dog food 5 points.
B: If it takes 5 to 15 seconds 4 points.
C: 15 to 30 seconds, give 3 points. 30 to 60 seconds 2 points.
D: The dog tried once or twice, sniffed the can, but couldn’t get the dog food for a minute 1 point.
E: The dog never tried to get dog food 0 points.
IV. Comprehensive Dog Test ②
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3. Test observation and contextual learning skills
When the dog is outdoors, you or your helper deliberately change furniture that is familiar to the dog. For example, you put more chairs in the room; move a large piece of furniture to the middle of the room; put the coffee table in an abrupt corner; put a small coffee table in the middle of the room; or change the everyday furniture decor. Make sure there are at least 5 things in the room that are different from the everyday décor. Then take your dog home, start timing it with a stopwatch, and stand quietly.
A: The dog noticed the changes within 15 seconds and started sniffing the furniture with the changes 5 points.
B: It took 15 to 30 seconds to find out 4 points.
C: It takes 30 to 60 seconds 3 points.
D: The dog looks around cautiously and seems to notice that something is wrong, but doesn’t figure out exactly what’s been changed 2 points.
E: After one minute, the dog still did not notice all the changes 1 point.
4. Measuring problem solving skills
You will need a large bath towel or a small blanket, or other thick cloth of similar size. First make sure the dog is awake, then use quick, fluid movements best practiced a few times when the dog is not present. Throw the towel over the dog’s head, covering his head and shoulders. Start timing the seconds. Then watch quietly.
A: Dog breaks free in 15 seconds 5 points.
B: Takes 15 to 30 seconds 4 points.
C: Takes 30 to 60 seconds 3 points.
D: Takes 1 to 2 minutes 2 points.
E: The dog still hasn’t moved the towel in two minutes 1 point for helping him remove the bath towel.
The interpretation of the test results is very simple and straightforward: high total scores are intellectually OK, and low unilateral scores are unilaterally not so good.
It’s just a little test, not an absolute result, and whatever the result, the baby is still your baby, and it loves you faithfully and earnestly, and you love it, don’t you?