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December 5, 2016

Posts by Kai

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behavior problems(dogs)
please check my answer thanks Ideally, when working on a behavior problem, you'll show the owners ways to A. reorganize the environment so the dog has fewer chances to misbehave. B. discipline a dog correctly and not spoil him. C. teach some commands that will be useful if...
October 6, 2008

behavior problems (dogs)
Please check my answer thanks The problem with "quick fix" corrections designed to eliminate one specific behavior is that the A. dog may not respond to the correction. B. dog may be frightened by the correction. C. owner may be unable to utilize the technique at ...
October 6, 2008

behavior problems(dogs)
Please check my answer thanks The dog's desire to be in the same room with his owners is evidence of A. lack of confidence. B. pack drive. C. poor early socialization. D. separation anxiety I picked A ( wolves like to be part of a pack as well as dogs) tho D also sounds good
October 6, 2008

behavior problems ( dogs)
Please check my answer thanks Your new client has a nine-month-old, neutered male Anatolian Shepherd Dog. She would like your help with a behavior problem. Each night, after she lets the dog out to eliminate, he refuses to come back in. She has ended up chasing him around the ...
October 6, 2008

behavior problems (dogs)
Please check my answer thanks When a well-trained dog is placed in a stay and ignores a distraction, the dog is showing A. intelligence. B. sociability. C. dominance. D. impulse control. I picked D
October 6, 2008

behavior problems (dogs)
please check my answer thanks An unwanted behavior persists because the A. behavior elicits a reward. B. dog has a temperament fault. C. trainer doesn't use treats as rewards. D. owner doesn't know how to punish the dog effectively. I picked A
October 6, 2008

behavior problems (dogs)
Please check my answer thanks Often, when an owner disciplines his or her dog it's done A. to help the dog understand what is expected of him. B. to teach the dog a lesson. C. in anger. D. in the best interest of the dog. I picked C tho I have known people say that they ...
October 6, 2008

behavior problems (dogs)
please check my answer thanks You've evaluated Max, a two-year-old neutered male English Bull Terrier. You found him to be very friendly with humans; he's outgoing and confident. Max is an obedient dog and you anticipate he will do well in training. Max's owners ...
October 6, 2008

behavior problems (dogs)
please check my answer thanks Ariel is a six-year-old, spayed female Doberman. She has recently begun licking her left foreleg almost constantly. The licking has created a sore on her leg, but she continues the behavior. Your first recommendation to the owner would be to A. ...
October 6, 2008

behavior problems(dogs)
please check my answer thanks You're contacted by the owners of Abbey, a three-year-old spayed Lab mix. Abbey has a history of biting her owners and visitors. The bites usually occur when the victim reaches for the dog. The owners believe that this problem can be fixed by ...
October 6, 2008

Behavior problems (dogs)
Please check my answer thanks A prospective client phones about her dog's behavior problem. When they go for a walk, the dog starts out walking nicely, until it finds an interesting scent. Then the dog stops and refuses to budge. She's a large dog, and the owner has ...
October 6, 2008

Science
Identify the most important way heat is lost from the body during exercise? and these are the choices Evaporation Conduction Radiation Convection
May 9, 2008

Discrete Math
Could someone help me with this induction proof. I know its true. given then any integer m is greater than or equal to 2, is it possible to find a sequence of m-1 consecutive positive integers none of which is prime? explain any help is greatly appreciated thanks Does the ...
March 26, 2007

discrete math
Could someone help me with this induction proof. I know its true. given then any integer m is less than or equal to 2, is it possible to find a sequence of m-1 consecutive positive integers none of which is prime? explain any help is greatly appreciated thanks I made a mistake...
March 26, 2007

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