Anatolian Puppy Quiz for Pet Homes

 True or False

1.  An adult Anatolian can fit into a compact sedan (car).

2.  If I only own a compact sedan I will trade it in on an SUV, truck, minivan or full-size car.

3.  Two adult humans and two adult Anatolians can fit on a sofa at the same time.  

  1. I have room in my house for a 48 inch or 54 inch crate. 
  1. I know how big a 48 inch or 54 inch crate is. 
  1. I will be comfortable training and living with a dog that, for males, can be as large as a miniature horse.  
  1. A deep powerful bark is music to my ears, especially when a stranger pulls up in the driveway or knocks on my door. 
  1. I don’t mind introducing my dog to visitors like he was a human member of the family. 
  1. I respect that my dog, while at home, may be reserved until a formal introduction is made and opinions are formed of visiting adults.  
  1. Anatolians generally love children and are very good with them. 
  1. If out with my Anatolian and he/she becomes concerned about our safety – I will listen to my dog. 
  1. I don’t understand what “balanced” training is. 
  1. I know how to be a “pack leader” through fairness and consistency. 
  1. I will speak up for my dog, protect him/her from harm and not put him/her in situations where failure is eminent. 
  1. I will not be conditioned to scratch ears and rub backs when leaned upon.  
  1. The Anatolian Shepherd is a rare breed.  According to the AKC, there were only 399 Anatolian puppies registered with the AKC in 2007, compared to 114,113 Labrador Retrievers.  

Best Answers:

  1. False; 2. True; 3. False; 4. True; 5. True; 6. True; 7. True; 8. True; 9. True; 10. True; 11. True; 12. False; 13. True; 14. True; and 15. False; 16. True.


© 2008 Catherine O’Brien