Animal Science Exam 1

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Boston Terrier

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Brittany

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Labrador Retriever

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Irish Setter

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German Shorthaired Pointer

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Rotweiler

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Giant Schnauzer

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Komondor

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Cane Corso

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Dachsund

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Plott Hound

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Basset Hound

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Bluetick Coonhound

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Belgian Malinois

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Border Collie

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Pumi

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Mudi

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American Staffordshire Terrier

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Parson Russel Terrier

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Bull Terrier

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West Highland White Terrier

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Chihuahua

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Chinese Crested

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Brussels Griffon

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Maltese

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Bulldog

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Chow Chow

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Bichon Frise

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Known as the “Do It All” Hunting Dog

German Shorthaired Pointer

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Developed in England and brought to the United States to fight

American Staffordshire Terrier

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Known as the “Nanny Dog”

American Staffordshire Terrier

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Used for Police Work due to Speed and Training Ability, life expectancy of 14 years with few health issues

Belgian Malinois

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Back Problems due to long and short legs

Dachshund

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Known as the Badger Dog

Dachshund

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Must have c-sections

Bulldog

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Originated in Louisiana

Bluetick Coonhound

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How many breeds does the AKC Recognize?

200

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How long ago was the dog Domesticated?

12000-15000 Years Ago

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Can be recognized as Chestnut, Mahogany, and Red

Irish Setter

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How many years ago was the Cat Domesticated?

3000 Years Ago

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Traits of Neoteny

Shorter Limbs, Prominent Foreheads, Decreased Size and Number of Teeth, Decreased Jaw Size, Decreased Strength, Peeing when excited etc…

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Neoteny(Def)

An animal is permanently immature in characteristics of importance

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Taming is the First Step to Domestication (T/F)

True

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The oldest group of purebred dogs

Hound Group

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Possesses a strong desire to work, is quick to respond to commands

Belgian Malinois

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Has white cords that develop as they mature

Komondor

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There are 100% Hypoallergenic Dogs and Cats (T/F)

F

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Has a mixed history of being a Religious Icon and a Food Source

Chihuahua

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Honorable scars and broken teeth incurred while working are acceptable

Border Collie

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Known for its Black/Blue Tongue

Chow Chow

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What are the subgroups of the Sporting Group?

  1. Forerunners

  2. Flushing Dogs

  3. Retrievers

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Members of this group were formerly members of the Working Group?

Herding Group

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What are the 7 AKC Groups?

  1. Sporting Group

  2. Herding Group

  3. Hound Group

  4. Terrier Group

  5. Toy Group

  6. Non-Sporting Group

  7. Working Group

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It is easier to domesticate a breed with a longer lifespan (T/F)

False

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Scientific Name of The Dog?

Canis lupus familiaris

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Known as the “bodyguard dog” in Latin

Cane Corso

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Scientific name of the Gray Wolf?

Canis lupus

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What does AKC stand for?

American Kennel Club

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Scientific Name of the Cat?

Felis catus

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How many pairs of chromosomes do Dogs and Wolves have?

39 pairs

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What is ear cropping/tail docking?

When a portion of the ear or tail is cut off.

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What was the original purpose for ear cropping/tail docking and what is the current purpose?

The original purpose was to prevent cuts and infections while working, but the current reason is for personal benefit/looks.

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How many subspecies does the Gray Wolf Currently have?

31 Subspecies

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(Group) They are specialized hunters that locate game and often collect it; they are active, alert, likable and great companion animals. They are energetic and need lots of exercise.

Sporting Group

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What is the newest AKC Group?

Herding Group

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(Group) Created in 1983, pure instinct prompts these dogs to herd their owners, which can be worrisome with children. These intelligent dogs make excellent companions and respond beautifully to training and competitions.

Herding Group

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(Group) They were bred to guard property, pull sleds, and perform water rescues. They are primarily large, strong, and energetic dogs requiring lots of exercise and a dominant owner.

Working Group

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What are the General Groups of the Working Group?

Guard Dogs, Sled Dogs, and Rescue Dogs

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(Group) Feisty, lively dogs whose physical sizes range dramatically, they have a low tolerance for other dogs, but love their owners. Their ancestors were bred to hunt and kill vermin. Many have the attitude that they’re ready for an argument or activity. Many have wiry coats.

Terrier Group

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(Group) May be the oldest purebred dogs. They are very diverse with common ancestral traits used for hunting. They can be used for sight, scent or a combination.

Hound Group

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(Group) They are usually miniature versions of all the other groups of dogs. They are small but often tough. Kept by royalty until recently and used to guard treasures. Dwarfism was very popular with Asian Breeders who started these dogs.

Toy Group

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(Group) They are a diverse group of dogs coming from varied sizes, personalities and appearances.

Non-Sporting Group

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Named for a French Province, they originated in France

Brittany

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The most popular dog breed in the U.S for more than 25 Years

Labrador Retriever

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Common in Chocolate, Black and Yellow

Labrador Retriever

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Bred in the 1800s in Ireland for Hunting Gamecocks

Irish Setter

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German Hunters spent various generations crossing this breed until it was perfected in the 1800s

German Shorthaired Pointer

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Classic farm dog, controls flock with a stalking movement and an intense gaze

Border Collie

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Has Hungarian Origins

Pumi, Mudi, Komondor

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Drives flocks on the narrow roads in the Western Pastures of Hungary

Pumi

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Has a corkscrew-like coat and ears that are erected 2/3 of the way

Pumi

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Believed to be descended from the Pumi

Mudi

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Very Rare, mainly found in Finland and Hungary

Mudi

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Recognized by the AKC in 2022, it is estimated there are no more than a few thousand around today

Mudi

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Named for the town in Germany where it was developed

Rottweiler

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Hunted boar, drove cattle. and worked with police

Rottweiler

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Also known as “The Giant”

Giant Schnauzer

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Originally used as a cattle driving dog and is now used for police work

Giant Schnauzer

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Purpose of the cords on the Komondor

To protect vulnerable areas from attack, camouflages them with sheep

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Used to protect its herd/flock without a master’s command

Komondor

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Originates from Italy

Cane Corso

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Also known as an ancient Italian Molossian

Cane Corso

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Developed in England in the mid-1800’s and is named after a Revered

Parson Russel Terrier

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Bred to hunt fox, would flush the fox out from underground

Parson Russel Terrier

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Has two coat types, wired and smooth-haired

Parson Russel Terrier

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The breed of the target mascot

Bull Terrier

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Bred from bulldogs and terriers as a fighting dog

Bull Terrier

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After dog fighting was outlawed, they became fashionable among young men

Bull Terrier

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Originally bred in Scotland and recognized by the AKC in 1908

West Highland White Terrier

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Bred among another group of terriers in the 1700s called “earthdogs” with the purpose of dealing with an infestation of rodents raiding grain stores and carrying disease

West Highland White Terrier

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