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May 29, 2017 - Welcome Guest!

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Random Dog Facts

Think you know everything about our furry, four-legged friends? Find out with Queendom's Dog Trivia Quiz!

1.

What is the real name of the canine actor who plays Eddie on the TV sitcom Frasier?

Charley
Wesley
Moose
Bentley
I don't know
2.

What color are Dalmatians when first-born?

White
Black and white
Grey
Pink (and totally bald)
I don't know
3.

Smaller dogs generally live longer than larger dogs.

True
False
I don't know
4.

Which of the following traits cannot be found amongst wild relatives of the dog?

Submissive behavior
A keen sense of smell
The ability to bark
Floppy ears
Tail wagging
I don't know
5.

Which of the following foods is poisonous to dogs?

Pizza
Chocolate
Pork
Marmalade
Onions
I don't know
6.

What kind of dog did Pablo Picasso have?

Beagle
Pomeranian
Afghan Hound
Giant Mastiff
I don't know
7.

Why is it dangerous to leave your dog alone in the car on a warm, sunny day?

He would destroy the upholstery because he resents not being outside.
He could get sick from loneliness.
He could start vomiting because the heat might not agree with his all-meat diet.
He could die from heat exhaustion.
He could throw the car into gear and cause an accident.
I don't know
8.

What are many Akitas notorious for doing after playing or greeting a favorite person?

Rolling over joyously
Walking on their hind legs
Running backwards
Sneezing happily
I don't know
9.

Dogs are naturally:

Omnivores (they'll eat veggie matter and meat)
Herbivores (they'll eat veggies only)
Carnivores (they'll eat meat only)
I don't know
10.

Where and when did the famous canine Hollywood movie star Rin Tin Tin begin his life?

During WWI, in a German war trench
During WWI, in New York City alleyways
In an SPCA in Toledo, Ohio
In a monastery in Southern France
I don't know
11.

How do you know your dog has a fever?

She can't stop scratching her ears
She has wet pads
She has hot ears
She positions herself near the air conditioner
She scratches at the refrigerator door
I don't know
12.

Bloodhounds, known for their exceptional tracking ability have very long ears. What is the practical purpose of these extra long appendages?

To cover their eyes so that they rely solely on scent.
To 'sweep' or 'channel' the scent up their nose.
To test the temperature of water before drinking.
To trip them up so they don't run too fast.
As a flotation device when the dog must follow a scent across a river.
I don't know
13.

The Lhasa Apso is named after the Tibetan city Lhasa. What does the word Lhasa mean?

Teacup
Blessed
Goat-like
Pot-bellied
Washcloth
I don't know
14.

What is Schutzhund?

The name of a small German lap dog, literally "sausage link"
A test developed in Germany to determine a German Shepherd's worth as a working dog
A very severe type of training collar with spikes and large links
A young dachshund
A cross between a dachshund and a Shit-zu
I don't know
15.

The Old English Sheep Dog had a docked tail to show that he was a working dog in England and:

Should be fed by all villagers
Is permitted to eat at the table
Is certified to not kill sheep
Has the right to vote
Exempt from taxes
I don't know
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