DVD QUIZ #1 - Intro Chapter

All of the answers to these questions are mentioned and explained in the Intro Chapter of the No Dog Left Behind dog training DVD or the online version included with purchase of the Puppy or Basic Obedience courses. 

 

Please test yourself first, then check your answers at the bottom of the page. Good luck! 

 

1 - Canines have been living and working with humans for ______. 

 

A - Approximately 2000 years 

B - Over 15.000 years 

C - Exactly 826 years 

D - 250,000 years 

 

2 - CPR stands for:

 

A - Cue Pet Reward

B - Command Praise Release 

C - Control Pop Reward 

D - Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation  

 

3 - A command is a commitment.

 

A - True

B - False 

 

4 - A command is _______. 

 

A - a non-optional signal for a behavior, the dog must do it. 

B - an optional signal signal for a behavior, the dog may choose whether to do it or not. 

 

5 - It’s important to give your dog  ______ associations with training. 

 

A - serious 

B - strong

C - positive 

D - negative

 

6 - Petting, treats and toys are _____. 

 

A - natural reinforcers

B - conditioned reinforcers

C - primary reinforcers

D - secondary reinforcer 

E - A and C

F - B and D 

 

7 - Verbal praise such as “good dog” is a _______. 

 

A - natural reinforcer

B - conditioned reinforcer 

C - primary reinforcer 

D - secondary reinforcer 

E - A and C

F - B and D 

 

8 - We end an obedience exercise by using a ______ word. 

 

A - secret 

B - single syllable 

C - foreign 

D - release  

 

9 - To let the dog know they have made a training mistake, we introduce mild corrections such as ______.

 

A - removal of rewards

B - light touch or leash pressure

C - yelling at the dog

D - all of the above

E - a and b

 

10 - Using food to guide a dog into a place or position is called _____.

 

A - teasing

B - spoiling

C - bribing

D - luring 

 

11 - Physical placement is one of the techniques we use to guide a dog into a place or position. 

 

A - True

B - False

 

12 - Timing the verbal praise at the moment of the desired behavior is called “marking" the behavior or what is also called a “bridge.”  

 

A - True

B - False

 

13 - Obedience training should be ____. 

 

A - fun

B - strict 

C - boring 

D - frustrating 

 

14 - If you get frustrated or your dog gets bored with the exercise it’s best to _______. 

 

A - take a break 

B - blame your trainer

C - give up forever

D - try harder 

 

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Answers:

 

1 - Canines have been living and working with humans for ______. 

 

B - Over 15.000 years 

 

2 - CPR stands for:

 

B - Command Praise Release 

 

3 - A command is a commitment.

 

A  - True

 

4 - A command is _______. 

 

A - a non-optional signal for a behavior, the dog must do it. 

 

5 - It’s important to give your dog  ______ associations with training. 

 

C - positive 

 

6 - Petting, treats and toys are _____. 

 

E - A and C

 

7  -Verbal praise such as “good dog” is a _______. 

 

F - B and D 

 

8 - We end an obedience exercise by using a ______ word. 

 

D - release  

 

9 - To let the dog know they have made a training mistake, we introduce mild corrections such as ______.

 

E - a and b

 

10 - Using food to guide a dog into a place or position is called _____.

 

D - luring 

 

11 - Physical placement is one of the techniques we use to guide a dog into a place or position. 

 

A - True

 

12 - Timing the verbal praise at the moment of the desired behavior is called “marking" the behavior or what is also called a “bridge.”  

 

A - True

 

13 - Obedience training should be ____. 

 

A - fun

 

14 - If you get frustrated or your dog gets bored with the exercise it’s best to _______. 

 

A - take a break 

 

Thank you very much for participating in this class. I look forward to seeing you in future classes! Please stay in touch.

 

-Chad Culp, Certified Dog Trainer and Canine Behavior Consultant

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