how well do you know the breed? - Border Terrier

how well do you know the breed? - Border Terrier

how well do you know the border terrier find out hear :) created by beckles123 feal if u like this u might like my other how well do you know the breed quizzes :)

published on May 23, 201173 responses 2 5.0★ / 5

True or False:
Though sometimes stubborn and strong willed; border terriers are, on the whole very even tempered, and are friendly and rarely aggressive.The mood changes depending on the dog. Border Terriers generally get along well with other dogs and are often good with children, but may chase cats and any other small pets.

False
True

True or False:
Borders do well in task-oriented activities and have a surprising ability to jump high and run fast given the size of their legs. The breed has excelled in agility training, but they are quicker to learn jumps and see-saws than weaving poles. They take training for tasks very well, but appear less tractable if being taught mere tricks.

True
False

True Or False:
They are intelligent and eager to please, but they retain the capacity for independent thinking and initiative that were bred into them for working rats and fox underground. Their love of people and even temperament make them fine therapy dogs, especially for children and the elderly, and they are occasionally used to aid the blind or deaf. From a young age they should be trained on command.

True
False

True or False:
Borders can adapt to different environments and situations well, and are able to deal with temporary change well. They will get along well with cats that they have been raised with, but may chase other cats and small animals such as mice, rabbits, squirrels, rats, and guinea pigs.

False
True

True or False:
Borders love to sit and watch what is going on. Walks with Borders will often involve them sitting and lying in the grass to observe the environment around them. They can be stubborn when they are tired and often require short breaks to sit and observe during long walks; it can be difficult to get them moving again.

True
False

Borders are a generally hardy breed, though there are certain genetic health problems associated with them, including:

(tick all that aply)

Select the seven correct answers
Hip dysplasia
Perthes disease
Various heart defects
Pica
Juvenile cataracts
Progressive retinal atrophy
Hypothyroidism
Bilious vomiting syndrome
Seizures
Canine Epileptoid Cramping Syndrome (CECS

True Or False:
Due to their instinct to kill and consume smaller animals, Border Terriers often destroy things, however not all border terriers will destroy live animals and sometimes they eat toys that are insufficiently robust. Indigestion resulting from eating a toy can cause the appearance of illness. Typical symptoms include lethargy, unwillingness to play, a generally 'unhappy' appearance, lack of reaction to affection, and inability or unwillingness to sleep.

True
false
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what is the name of the first ever border terrier registerd in the kennel club

what year was the border rejected into the kennel club

what year was the border acepted into the kennel club

What was the border terrier bred for

gun dog
hunting
carage dog
ratter
police dog
fire dog
lap dog
guide dog
sheep dog
cattle dog
guard dog

true or false:
borders arnt good with kids

false
true

true or false:
borders have an otter shaped head

true
false

true or false:
the border terrier has a double coat

true
false

common coat coulers are... (tick all that aply)

Select the four correct answers
grizzle and tan
pink
red
blue and tan
gold
weaten

ok last questian type the word - Border Terrier