Three Crooked Squirrels: 6 of 19. I could have come close to that just by blindly clicking random answers. I don't speak dog good.
NuttierThanEver: biatch don' want da help, biatch don' get da help
Theaetetus: Three Crooked Squirrels: 6 of 19. I could have come close to that just by blindly clicking random answers. I don't speak dog good.Doesn't help that so many of the choices are ambiguously similar.[www.busybeekidscrafts.com image 184x246]"Is this dog:(a) anxious, but enthusiastic;(b) excited and nervous;(c) uneasy and eager; or(d) keen, but apprehensive?"
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tjsands1118: I never got the whole "dogs don't like to be hugged" thing. My dog not only comes over to me to be hugged, but once in a while he's been known to hug back (he sits beside me and lends his head to my chest). I know it's just anecdotal, but it seems that most of the dogs I know have had no issue with me hugging them, but maybe that's just giant schnauzers, German Shepherds, miniature schnauzers, Akita, labs, pit bulls, chihuahua, collies, basset hounds, beagles, great Pyrenees, Boston Terriers and a few other mutts. But as the test has proven, I'm probably just mistaking their happy looking, tongue hanging out, tail wagging expressions for one of happiness when it really means they hate me.
wellreadneck: At first I was proud of how well I did and then I realized I'm just a variation on the crazy cat lady stereotype. Think Harlan Pepper in Best of Show.
John Buck 41: 7 of 19. I can only conclude (as a dog owner most of my life) this test was bullshiat. As another Farker pointed out, many of the choices were extremely subtle in their differences, and assumes that all dogs behave the same based on outward appearences.
p4p3rm4t3: This test is BS. Boxers always look guilty.
Lonestar: Much wow.
King Something: Lonestar: Much wow.Such comment.
Need_MindBleach: 11 of 19, but what exactly is the difference between "fearful and on the defensive" and "fearful avoidance?"
Boudyro: I get the feeling the testers are the kind of dopes who think dogs don't feel guilt or shame.
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