Dog Behavior Quiz

 

  1. Is your dog friendly toward people s/he meets – including well-behaved children?
    Always Sometimes Never
  2. Does your dog get along with other friendly dogs, both those she lives with and those outside the family?
    Always Sometimes Never
  3. Can your dog be left alone for reasonable time periods without becoming anxious or panicked?
    Always Sometimes Never
  4. Will your dog relieve herself only where and when I want her to?
    Always Sometimes Never
  5. Does your dog readily give up control of food, toys, and other objects to me, and share her sleeping and resting places with me or other people?
    Always Sometimes Never
  6. Is your dog relaxed during normal, everyday handling and touching such as when you wipe her/his feet, brush her/him, look in her/his ears, pet her/him, look in her/his eyes, or touch her/his collar?
    Always Sometimes Never
  7. Does your dog calm down quickly after being startled or getting excited?
    Always Sometimes Never
  8. Can your dog spend her/his day without becoming fearful of normal, everyday events?
    Always   Sometimes   Never
  9. Does your dog bark only when necessary or appropriate, but not excessively?
    Always Sometimes Never
  10. Does your dog play well with people without becoming uncontrollable or too rough?
    Always Sometimes Never
  11. Does your dog play well with other dogs, without becoming uncontrollable, too rough or threatening?
    Always Sometimes Never
  12. Does your dog play with her/his own toys, and doesn’t often damage your possessions?
    Always Sometimes Never
  13. Is your dog affectionate without being needy, clingy or annoying?
    Always Sometimes Never
  14. Can your dog adapt to changes, such as travel, moving, or confinement in a carrier, with minimal problems?
    Always Sometimes Never
  15. Does your dog usually respond when you tell her/him to sit, down, come or stay even when distracted?
    Always Sometimes Never

 

The Dog Squad is a full service in-home Dog and Puppy Training Company serving the Oakland East Bay Area and Contra Costa County. Services include Puppy Training and Adult Dog Training Programs including all types of dog behavior problems such as aggression, destruction, barking and separation anxiety.

A Dog Obedience Class (Drop-in) is held twice a month for Current Dog Squad Clients as a supplement to their in-home dog training to help improve and maintain their obedience skills. Clients who sign up for a qualifying Dog Training Package have access to the drop-in classes for a full year. The Dog Squad also gives life time of the dog phone and email support.

Dog Training Services

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