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In particular, we're looking at animal cognition, the way they think. You'll discover whether your pet is right- or left-handed, how good it is at solving problems, and much more. The tests are quick and easy to do. Most of them take less than 5 minutes. Each test has clear instructions that walk you through the procedure and tell you how to judge your pet's performance.

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Paw Preference Test
Summary: Left-handedness in humans is often associated with creativity and a natural musical ability. If your dog appears to be left-handed, maybe your dog has hidden talents as well. Right-handedness in humans is often associated with language ability and a logical mind. There is some evidence that right-handed animals can be better at remembering and using words, so if your dog appears to be right-handed, maybe your dog understands more of your conversation than you had thought!

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Flip The Tin Test
Summary: If your dog understands what psychologists call "object permanence", it realizes that objects continue to exist even after they have disappeared from view. To understand this, it must believe in a world beyond its perception.



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Summary: This test determines the degree to which your dog understands the way that horizontal objects relate to each other. Pets that move about more in 3 dimensions should do better at this than those that move only on the ground.



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Summary: To do this successfully, your dog must have a good understanding of its physical world, and be prepared to walk away from a treat in order to get at it.



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Summary: When a dog learns a new command, it is associating the sound or body signals that you create with one of its own actions. Your dog's learning and memory has probably got a lot to do with your own training habits as an owner. Your dog's learning and memory has a lot to do with your own training habits as an owner. Your dog may be able to learn more commands with the right encouragement.



Pull The String Test
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Hide And Seek Test
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This is an interesting technique on one aspect of dog intelligence and is a great way of strengthening the bond between an owner and his dog. This is especially useful if your dog or dogs are new additions to the household and are still in the early learning phases. Pick a time of day where your dog is relaxed, responsive and free from distractions. Sit face to face with your dog, about a meter or two apart. Make sure that your dog's focus is entirely on you. Take a few deep breaths while staring straight into your dog's eyes. After a few seconds smile broadly for a few moments. If your dog comes bounding towards you with their tail wagging, then this means they understand what your expression means and is responding to it.




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Line up three cups in front of the dog and allow it to see you placing a treat under one of the cups. Bring your dog out of the room and return after 30 seconds.

A. Get the right cup with treat under it the first time.
B. Get it right the second time.
C. What cup??


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Pick up your dog's leash.

A. Mega excited and head to the door.
B. Perk up but only moves when you move towards the door.
C. Why are you taking my leash??


The Towel

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You will need a small towel and a stopwatch for this. Put the towel over your dog's head and start the stopwatch to see how long it takes for your dog to get it off. Please take note not to suffocate your dog with the towel.

A. Get it off within a few seconds
B. Between 15 to 20 seconds
C. Longer than 20 seconds


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You can have someone to hold your dog while you hide the treat under the towel. If you are alone, exercise the basic "Stay" command! Cover the treat with the towel entirely but do not make it too hard to get the treat out. Release the dog (or command it to come) and see if your dog remembers that the treat is under the towel.

A. Aim for the treat immediately!
B. Slightly slower in movement but still went for the treat, albeit with less enthusiasm.
C. Look at you with a questioning look. What is happening?


Scoring
2 points for each of the (A) response
1 point for each of the (B) response, and uh..
0 point for each of the (C) response.

A score of 6 - 8 means a genius dog!
A score of 3 - 5 means an average intelligence dog.
A score of 0 - 2 means your dog loves you. It will follow you everywhere you go.




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Test Rules:
Use your own dog, at least one year old, and living with you for at least 3 months

The tests should be like a game for your dog

You must remain calm, don't raise your voice, act disgusted / over excited

You can only do the tests once or twice for scoring purposes

The tests can be given separately and in any order. Because they're mostly based on food reward it may be better to give them over a number of sessions so the dog doesn't end up full of food and tired, both of which will affect it's motivation and performance, and it's IQ score.

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Test 1 - Problem Solving
Place treat under soup can.
Scoring:
5 Dog gets treat in 0-5 seconds
4 Dog gets treat in 5-15 seconds
3 Dog gets treat in 16-30 seconds
2 Dog gets treat in 31-60 seconds
1 Dog tries to get treat and fails
0 Dog shows no interest


Test 2 - Problem Solving
Quickly throw a large towel over the dog's head and shoulders.
Scoring:
5 Dog gets free in 0-15 seconds
4 Dog gets free in 16-30 seconds
3 Dog gets free in 31-60 seconds
2 Dog gets free in 1-2 minutes
1 Dog doesn't get free within 2 minutes


Test 3 - Problem Solving
Place treat under a small towel.
Scoring:
5 Dog gets treat in 0-15 seconds
4 Dog gets treat in 16-30 seconds
3 Dog gets treat in 31-60 seconds
2 Dog gets treat in 1-2 minutes
1 Dog tries to get treat and fails
0 Dog shows no interest


Test 4 - Short Term Memory
Let the dog see you place a biscuit in the corner of the ring, then turn him loose.
Scoring:
5 Dog goes straight to the treat
4 Dog searches systematically and finds the treat
3 Dog searches randomly but finds treat in under 45 seconds
2 Dog searches but fails to find treat
1 Dog shows no interest


Test 5 - Long Term Memory
Let the dog see you place a biscuit in the corner of the ring (a different corner than the one in the test 4), remove him for 5 minutes, play with him, return, and then turn him loose.
Scoring:
5 Dog goes straight to treat
4 Dog goes to the corner from test 4, then the correct corner
3 Dog searches systematically and finds treat
2 Dog searches randomly but finds treat in under 45 seconds
1 Dog searches but fails to find treat
0 Dog shows no interest


Test 6 - Problem Solving & Manipulation
Place treat under a low platform (too low and far enough back to reach with mouth).
Scoring:
5 Dog gets treat in under 1 minute
4 Dog gets treat in 1-3 minutes
3 Dog uses paws and muzzle but fails to get treat
2 Dog uses muzzle only a few times and gives up
1 Dog doesn't try to get treat


Test 8 - Language Comprehension
Leave dog as if for a recall and in your usual voice, call "Refrigerator".
Scoring:
3 Dog comes
Call "Movies"
2 Dog comes
Call " (dogs name), Come"
5 Dog comes
Call " (dogs name), Come" again
4 Dog comes
1 Dog fails to come


Test 9 - Problem Solving
Dog is shown a treat through a slit in a large cardboard barricade. Dog should not be able to get treat through the slit. Handler encourages dog to get treat.
Scoring:
5 Dog goes around barrier in 0-15 seconds
4 Dog goes around barrier in 16-30 seconds
3 Dog goes around barrier in 31-60 seconds
Handler stops encouraging dog after 1 minute
2 Dog goes around barrier in 1-2 minutes
1 Dog tries to reach through slit and gives up
0 Dog shows no interest


Interpretation:
36 - 40 = Genius!!!!!
32 - 35 = Highly Intelligent!!!!
28 - 31 = High Average!!!!!!!
20 - 27 = Average!!!!!!!
16 - 19 = Low Average!!!!!
12 - 15 = Borderline!!!!!!!
0 - 11 = Deficient!!!

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Don't take this I.Q. scale too seriously. A dog's performance on these tests will no doubt be affected by many traits other than "intelligence", such as confidence, greed, activity level, and previous experiences. It should be interesting, however, to see how different dogs react to these challenges. Maybe it will help you to understand your dog a little better!


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Einstein: A keen understanding of physics makes the Einstein practically a rocket scientist.

Maverick: A cheeky wolfishness and a strong independent streak are what make a maverick so successful.

Stargazer: There's more going on in the stargazer's mind than meets the eye.








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They have been called "Mutts", mix breeds, cross breeds and several other descriptive names. My first dog was a mix breed of questionable ancestry but she had the speed of a Greyhound, the agility of a Border Collie, she gave love like a Golden Retriever and protected me like a Rottweiler. We often speculated about her ancestry but her DNA remained a mystery.

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DNA breed identification is now easy to do and readily available. But what is the importance of it and does it have a place in caring for our dogs? The answer to this question is not a plain YES or NO but different aspects need to be taken in to consideration to be able to make an informed decision. The temperament of a dog is influenced by many different factors. Genetics, socialisation, the environment and interaction with the owner all play a role. Knowing the dog's DNA profile will provide some insight in to the type of temperament the dog may have. But remember behaviour is influenced by a wide array of different factors, not just breed.

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What you will get from the test
An ancestry analysis certificate: Breeds are detected as ranges rather than absolute values. These are then listed on your certificate as Levels, which are defined as follows: Level 1: Over 75% of the DNA found in your dog is from the breed listed. Level 2: Each breed listed represents between 37-74% of your dog's DNA. Level 3: Each breed listed represents between 20-36% of your dog's DNA. Level 4: Each breed listed represents between 10-19% of your dog's DNA. Level 5: Each breed listed represents less than 10% of your dog's DNA, Behavioural information on each breed identified, Typical disease risk on each breed identified.

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DOG VISION and EYES
Home Testing
You can administer one of a few different home vision tests to your dog. One is to stand in front of her and move your right hand, as if ready to give a command, and then switch to your left hand. Switch back and forth a few times to see whether your pup is able to follow the movement. Another good test is to rearrange the furniture and then turn off the lights. Bring your dog into the room and watch to see whether she moves about confidently, or if she hesitates and bumps into things. Next, turn on the lights to see how she behaves. A dog with some sight will move around more confidently in the light, while a severely impaired dog will still move with caution. As an alternative to letting your pooch stumble around in the dark, simply take her someplace new and see how well she navigates.

DOG VISION and EYES

When you take a picture of your dog, do you see lights in his eyes? Rather than the red eye you get from camera flash, the dog's eyes reflects green. Looking back at old photos, the green lights began two years prior to his going blind. Again, never having a pet with eye issues before, we did not know that was a potential clue.

DOG VISION and EYES
Next Steps
If you suspect your pup is experiencing eyesight problems, consult your vet to determine the extent of vision loss and whether it can be corrected. If it's not reversible, your priority should be your vision-impaired dog's safety and comfort. Use pet gates and barriers to keep her away from stairs, fireplaces, swimming pools and places where she could injure herself. Make her world as easy to navigate as possible by establishing routines, providing familiar surroundings, and leaving her bed and her food and water dishes in the exact spot where she already knows to find them. Consult a trainer to teach her to respond to sounds and verbal commands. With proper training and a solid routine, even a completely blind dog can live out a comfortable and happy life.

DOG VISION and EYES - TEST & EXAMES, DETECTION OF VISION LOSS
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is required on a yearly basis to check eye health and determine if there are disorders affecting the eyes. Injuries, hereditary and illnesses can lead to eye damage. Some conditions can also result in pain, rupture and blindness in the eyes. A basic eye exam must form a part of your dog's routine veterinary examination. Further testing may be required in cases of puppies and dogs that are about to be bred. Eye testing may also be done to detect suspected disorders of the eye.

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The type of dog eye examination depends upon the suspected condition or the symptoms being displayed by the dog. In most cases, a visual inspection of the eye and eye structures is done. The vet uses a lighted instrument and magnifying tool to inspect the eye. The eyes may also be dilated by adding drops. Special drops are introduced into the eyes in case of injury or abrasions in the cornea. To check for dry eye, test strips may be used. To prevent pain and discomfort, the vet may administer numbing medication to the dog. There are also certain machines available which test pressure in case of glaucoma. Eye disorders can occur in dogs for various reasons. Some dogs inherit genes that make them vulnerable to eye conditions.

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Some common hereditary disorders of the eye include certain types of cataracts, persistent papillary membrane and progressive retinal atrophy. Blood samples are sometimes evaluated to check for genetic disorders. The eyelids are also prone to some disorders which can lead to corneal damage. Therefore an eye exam also involves inspection of the eyelids. Some breeds are more susceptible to certain disorders. It is advisable for owners to be aware of conditions and disorders that may affect different breeds.

DOG VISION and EYES

Diseases can also lead to eye problems. Lyme disease, distemper, parvovirus and dry eye are examples of such eye problems.

DOG VISION and EYES

Cataracts may develop in dogs affected by diabetes or those that have undergone radiation therapy. Exposure to certain toxins can also lead to cataracts. An immediate eye exam is required if your dog displays symptoms such as redness in the eyes and eyelids, discharge or tearing. Blinking excessively, sensitivity to bright lights and repeated rubbing of the eyes can also mean that early eye treatment is required. A dog vision test is also necessary to detect blindness in dogs as most dogs can adapt very well to familiar surroundings even if they are blind.








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