Module 10 Correct Answers


Question 1

Should a well trained dog ever be allowed to jump up on you, your friends or visitors to your house

  • Yes
  • Sometimes
  • Never


Question 2

When praising and rewarding a dog, what position or stance should the trainer take?

  • Stand in an assertive position with feet apart
  • Stand so as to straddle the dog to hold him in place
  • Keep at least 2 meters away from the dog
  • Crouch down and be at the dogs eye level


Question 3

When training a puppy to walk correctly on a leash, and you wish to correct his behavior what is best?

  • Giving him a good yank on his neck or pull on the leash
  • Use the least amount of pressure possible to achieve the desired result


Question 4

Having a puppy socialise with other dogs is a great way to to teach the puppy the appropriate, and non appropriate way to bite, and to curb his biting response that may endanger children as a result of an aggressive bite. A dog should be introduced and socialised with other dogs at what age?

  • No later than 4 Weeks of age.
  • No later than 12 Weeks of age 
  • No later than 20 Weeks of age


Question 5

If a dog whines, barks, cries, howls, digs, chews and scratches at the door the entire time their family members are away, what condition could the dog be suffering from?

  • Food anxiety
  • Separation anxiety
  • Hormonal anxiety
  • Weather anxiety


Question 6

If you have children, what is the most important thing you should teach the children about your dog?

  • That they are not to eat his food
  • That they are not to drink his water
  • That they are not to leave their toys lying around for the dog to chew
  • That dogs have feeling too and are to be treated with care and rough handling and tail pulling is a definite No No!
  • Not to leave the door open


Question 7

If your dog keeps licking himself, what could be the problem?

  • A skin disorder that he may have developed such as mange or dermatitis
  • Stress as a result of a new adoption, physical abuse, separation anxiety, or even a reaction to new food
  • He has an injury that has resulted in an open wound
  • He has developed a licking habit as a result of a lot of nervous energy
  • All of the above
  • None of the above


Question 8

To avoid a dog chewing things he shouldn’t, there are a couple of things you can do to curb the problem.  Should his chewing toys be……

  • strewn all over the house to distract him
  • in only one place – all together