Test Your Dog: The Dog IQ Test
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Test Your Dog: The Dog IQ Test

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by Rachel Federman, Gary Bennett
     
 

Do you think your dog is smarter than the pooch next door? Well, now’s your chance to find out. Test Your Dog is the perfect book for dog lovers everywhere who want to discover if their dog is king of the hill…or run-of-the-mill!

Three fun quizzes which rate your dog’s level of communication skills, social behavior, motor skills, and

Overview

Do you think your dog is smarter than the pooch next door? Well, now’s your chance to find out. Test Your Dog is the perfect book for dog lovers everywhere who want to discover if their dog is king of the hill…or run-of-the-mill!

Three fun quizzes which rate your dog’s level of communication skills, social behavior, motor skills, and memory will help you figure out where your dog falls on the canine IQ scale. Does he come when he’s called or run in the other direction? Can he sniff out a hidden treat or would he rather use his snout as a fly-landing zone?

Complete with advice on analyzing your dog’s score, tips on improving your best friend’s IQ, and hilarious illustrations throughout, Test Your Dog is the key to unlocking your dog’s hidden genius.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781435104259
Publisher:
Sterling
Publication date:
01/10/2008
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
5.44(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.57(d)

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Meet the Author

Rachel Federman is the author of Girl Drinks: 101 Cocktails for Every Occasion and the lead singer and bassist for her band, Dimestore Scenario. She lives in Brooklyn with her dog Skye (and boyfriend) and designs programs for nonprofits.

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Test Your Dog: The Dog IQ Test 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
JanetC More than 1 year ago
We found this book on the bargain table and it is a great book. This is a fun little book with good questions to ascertain how intelligent the family dog is (or isn't). The questions are easy to understand and provide good answer choices. The "hands on" activities at the end to further rate your dog's intelligence are also good and easy to administer. The book confirmed that playfulness is a sign of intelligence in pets just as in children. Our young pit bull/heeler mix is above average intelligence. He is active and playful and has a sense of humor. I swear he smiles sometimes. Our old cocker spaniel is on the low end of intelligence, but since she was a rescue dog who had a horrible life for many years, I cut her some slack. With some effort and daily work she might have turned out to be a fairly well trained and intelligent dog.