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Small animal management final exam review
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When is it appropriate to muzzle a dog?
When the dog is in pain, may be moved to pain, and conscious
Most problem behaviors are due to what?
lack of training and socialization
_______ is the most abundant nutrient in the body
[T/f] A dog that is considered "brittle" is a dog that does not cope well with stress
Extremely High levels of arousal in play can lead to what?
Ears that are held high, fully erect, or fully pricked could be a sign of what?
alertness or assertiveness
According to dog bite statistics, the majority of do bites are experienced by who?
in dog training, an antecedent is defined as:
The event that happened (whether intentional or not) just prior to a behavior displayed by a dog
A tail carried high and fully erect is a sign of:
Concern with status or assertiveness
the normal temperature range for a dog is:
what are three skull types?
Which of the following is a way to prevent the likelihood of future aggressive responses in a puppy or dog?
socializing your dog from an early age
One way to determine whether two dogs are playing or fighting is to monitor:
the reaction of a dog to the other dog playing the role of the aggressor
In dog training, the behavior is defined as:
the response to an antecedent
The association of Animal Feed Control Officials regulates the pet food industry by:
responsible for setting standards for the regulation and production of labeling, distribution, and/or the sale of animal feeds
The best place to check a dogs pule is:
the femoral artery
Which is not one of the three games that dogs play with each other?
Hide and seek
How long does the socialization period run?
The average breathing rate for a dog is:
10-30 breaths per minute
In dog training, the consequence is defined as:
Something to increase behavior (rewards), something to decrease behavior (punishment), or nothing at all (neutral)
What is something that you should see in a puppy class?
Plenty of treats and rewards
According to studies in canid morphology, behavior, vocalizations and genetics, the most likely ancestor of the dog is the:
Which of the following emotions is most commonly attributed to aggression in dogs?
In lure and reward training, the use of the reward as a lure must be faded _______
Within the first training session
If a dog is not breathing and has no heartbeat, which emergency procedure would be appropriate first?
The Unite States Department of Agriculture regulates the pet food industry by:
Identification, approval and labeling of pet food ingredients
The primary benefit of play in a puppy's life is:
Practice with the behaviors they will need for life
Dogs will "bow" when:
They are greeting someone, moving into predation, or when they want to play
Grooming is essential for:
How many teeth should most normal dogs have?
The dog and its ancestor the wolf both fall under the scientific name:
Capillary refill time should be:
Less than 2 seconds
Punishments are not effective in the beginning phases of training because
Dogs usually associate punishments with the trainer causing avoidance of the trainer, they suppress desired behaviors, they must be issued precisely
The Food Drug Administration regulates the pet food industry by:
Prevents adulteration (harmful change) or misbranding (untruthful labeling) of pet foods. Approves all foods containing drugs or making therapeutic claims
The transition period runs from:
You can tell when interaction between dogs is still play because both dogs exhibit:
Plenty of role changes
What is a way of identifying or locating the "quick" in a dogs toenail
Look for the location where the pigmented (usually pink or darker in color) filament appears
What is something that a person should do BEFORE bringing a puppy home?
Research various breeds, mixed breeds, or adoption options
When people refer to a dogs "angles", they are referring to:
The angles at which the bones of the legs meet in the forequarters and hindquarters
(T/F) Wolf and dig crosses are true hybrids in that they cannot produce fertile offspring
The location of most dog bites to children occurs on:
The head and neck
An active threat based on anger would most likely include:
Posture of leaning or moving forward and lips curled forward in a "C" shape
Wild canids learn primarily by:
The proper way to"stack" most dogs (with the exception of the German Shepard dog) is:
Forelegs and hocks are perpendicular to the ground, and parallel to each other
Why is some stress necessary in a dogs life? (3)
- helps puppies learn to cope later in life
- it gives dogs energy, extra alertness, and motivation needed in critical situations
- successful stress coping helps build confidence
Predation is different from aggression in that it lacks:
_______ are ideal for teaching a dog a new behavior
What amino acid can dogs manufacture that cats cannot?
When brushing a dog, it is important to remember:
to brush in the direction of the hair growth
What is something that breeders should NOT do BEFORE sending puppies to their new homes?
isolate puppies and keep them from meeting new people
Crossing wolves with dogs will NOT: (3)
- improve a wolf or dog breeding program
- improve the genetics of wolves and dogs
- improve the wolf population
________ is defined as healthy stress, giving one the feeling of fufillment
Calming signals are used _______
to de-escalate tense situations, or to show that the dog is not a threat
Domestication is different from taming in that it involves ________ animals
entire populations of
A reward marker is:
A sound that "marks" a behavior and lets a dog know that a reward is on the way
What are the standard steps in grooming?
Biological value is the measure of a protein's _________
Most breeds which are considered purebred dogs today were developed:
Within the last 200 years
An example of a fomite would be:
A dog's blanket
The proper position for a dog collar is:
Just below the point where the skull and jaw connect to the top of the neck
When cleaning a kennel, what is the recommended bleach to water solution ratio?
1 part bleach, 32 parts water
A no-reward marker is:
A sound that lets the dog know that he has offered the wrong behavior and to try another one
If a dog is breathing and has a heartbeat in an emergency situation, what will your next move be?
In the event that a dog fight occurs, what should you NOT do?
Attempt to pry open one of the dog's mouth
Manufactured dog foods contain between 30% and 70% ________
What is the number one weapon against dog bites?
What is the number one killer of dogs under the age of three?
The neo-natal period runs from:
Poor timing in dog training can result in:
Mis-associations between what you want the dog to do and what the dog thinks you want it to do
Which is something that dogs do NOT try to communicate?
Malice and higher emotions and selfish intentions
The rate of tail movement indicates:
How excited or aroused the dog is
_______ are responsible for the development of important structures, like the myelin sheath and the brain
_______ is defined as an event that causes psychological suffering and/or adversity
Aggression is defined as:
An inappropriate behavior targeted towards unsuspecting and undeserving victims
Shock is caused by:
Insufficient blood supply to the organ systems
Clickers are more reliable than spoken wordsas reward markers because
They consistently make the same sound to mark the dogs behavior, whereas the sound of a spoken reward can vary
The two primary ways that most dogs learn are:
association and cause and effect
If HR is rolling out a major change initiative, what might HR do instead of relying on possibly inconsistent communications by the managers?
Which company used technological forces by updating their website to be interactive and implementing a new loyalty program.
47. Evaluating a product idea to determine its likelihood of success is
each worker is to report to one and only one boss is an example of which fayol principle?
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