Module 3 Test Correct Answers


Question 1

What is the most important thing we are trying to achieve
with proper dog training ?

  • Getting the dog to perform tricks
  • Trying to teach it human rules
  • Improving the relationship you share with your dog and making your pet more sociable

Question 2

What are the characteristics of an obedience trained dog?

  •  He is a pleasure to own because he can go virtually anywhere without being a risk or nuisance to others
  • A dog who exhibits appropriate behaviour in a crowd, good manners when we have guests in our home
  • He is reliable around children and not likely to cause harm or bite them
  • He doesn’t threaten other dogs or passers-by
  • All of the above


Question 3

When is considered the ideal age to start training a puppy?

  • 2 Weeks
  • 4 Weeks
  • 6 Weeks
  • 8 Weeks
  • 10 Weeks
  • 12 Weeks
  • 14 Weeks


Question 4

The first professional option for assistance in helping young puppies to learn how to socialise is commonly referred to as what?

  • Puppy Kindergarden
  • Puppy College
  • Puppy Facebook
  • Puppy Pre-School
  • Degree in Dog Fighting

 Question 5

There are two main types of dog training. What are they?

  • Behavoural and Obedience
  • Behavioural and Obsessive
  • Unbehavioural and Obnixious
  • Compulsive and Obsessive
  • Disobedient and Boot Camp

Question 6

Training your dog to observe certain commands such as Sit, Come and Stay is…

  • Behavioral Training
  • Obedience Training


Question 7

What should you always do right before you give a dog a basic command such as  ss Sit, Come and Stay

  • Give him some food or a treat
  • Clearly call his name
  • Give him a pat
  • All of the above
  • None of the above


Question 8

True or False?  A well-mannered, obedience-trained dog is both appreciated and welcome, he will receive more attention and interaction from family members, visitors, and passers-by, than does the ill-mannered dog. This ultimately leads to a happier life for the dog.

  • True
  • False

Question 9

A lot of people constantly carry a puppy when they are young. Is this a good idea?

  • Yes, because a small puppy needs to feel secure.
  • No, because when the puppy grows older this is likely to cause problematic insecurity behaviour problems


Question 10

An essential part of training a dog is understanding more about their body language. Aside from wagging their tail and barking, what other part of their body will they try and use to communicate with you?

  • Paw
  • Ears
  • Eyes
  • Mouth
  • All of the above