You know your dog can sit, fetch, and roll over, but can he respond to “fetch” commands in multiple languages? What about rolling dice? Help you play Sudoku? Recognize Mozart? From the author of Test Your Dog’s IQ Genius Edition comes a brand-new spin on how to recognize your pet’s potentialonly this time it’s not finding out how good of a pet your dog could be, but instead if he could tackle the world on his own.
To help you find out, Rachel Federman and acclaimed illustrator Chuck Gonzales have paired up to create a visually-rich handbook filled to the brim with quizzes that ask you to imagine your dog in various situations, activity tests for you to perform with your dog, and games to help boost your dog’s brainpower. These exercises might not get your four-legged friend into the college of his choice, but they’ll certainly give you another way to bond with your pup. They’ll also allow you to score his results. If your dog really is a superstar, he should be able to do more than simply meet his own needs all day long. With Test Your Dog's IQ Genius Edition, it’s time to find out if you’ve been catering to your dog for too long; if your pooch is a mooch when he could be pulling his own weight around the house.
This fun, affordable guidebook will release in sync with Test Your Cat's IQ Genius Edition, just as Test Your Dog’s IQ and Test Your Cat’s IQ released in sync in 2013. The content is brand-new and complemented by four-color illustrations throughout.
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About the Author
Rachel Federman is the author of Test Your Dog’s IQ, Gross-o-Pedia, and Girl Drinks: 101 Cocktails for Every Occasion. She worked for many years as an editor and writer by day, and a rock musician by night. She lives in Brooklyn, New York with her family (including her dog Skye).
Chuck Gonzales works in media and advertising. His artwork has appeared in such diverse publications as the New York Times, Cosmopolitan, and the Weekly Reader. Chuck’s books include the Worst Case Scenario: Junior Series, Oscar the Mighty, and Gross-o-Pedia. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.