Collar On: Pet ID Quiz

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A collar, tag and microchip help the Hawaiian Humane Society reunite thousands of animals with their owners every year. Learn how you can help a missing pet get home.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What organization is Oahu's official pet lost and found?

    • A.

      State Department of Agriculture's animal quarantine

    • B.

      Nonprofit Hawaiian Humane Society

    • C.

      Honolulu Police Department

    Correct Answer
    B. Nonprofit Hawaiian Humane Society
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the Nonprofit Hawaiian Humane Society. This organization is responsible for being Oahu's official pet lost and found. They work towards reuniting lost pets with their owners and provide various services for the welfare of animals on the island. The State Department of Agriculture's animal quarantine and the Honolulu Police Department may have other roles related to animals but are not specifically designated as the official pet lost and found organization.

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  • 2. 

    Where can you get your pet microchipped?

    • A.

      Veterinary clinics

    • B.

      Hawaiian Humane Society

    • C.

      Both of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Both of the above
    Explanation
    Both veterinary clinics and the Hawaiian Humane Society provide the service of microchipping pets. Veterinary clinics are a common place to get a pet microchipped as they have the necessary equipment and trained staff to perform the procedure. The Hawaiian Humane Society also offers microchipping services, likely as part of their efforts to promote responsible pet ownership and help reunite lost pets with their owners. Therefore, both options mentioned in the answer are valid choices for getting a pet microchipped.

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  • 3. 

    How many stray cats and dogs arrive each month at the Humane Society?

    • A.

      Thousands

    • B.

      Tens

    • C.

      Hundreds

    Correct Answer
    A. Thousands
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Thousands" because the question is asking about the number of stray cats and dogs that arrive each month at the Humane Society. Since the Humane Society is a large organization that deals with a significant number of animals, it is reasonable to assume that the number of arrivals would be in the thousands.

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  • 4. 

    What is considered legal proof of ownership for dogs?

    • A.

      Valid county dog license worn on pet

    • B.

      Microchip

    • C.

      Pet ID tag

    Correct Answer
    A. Valid county dog license worn on pet
    Explanation
    A valid county dog license worn on a pet is considered legal proof of ownership for dogs. This is because a dog license is issued by the county government and serves as a registration for the dog, indicating that the owner has complied with local laws and regulations regarding dog ownership. By wearing the license, it provides a visible and tangible proof of ownership for the dog. Microchips and pet ID tags are also important for identification purposes but may not necessarily serve as legal proof of ownership.

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  • 5. 

    Where can you purchase a dog license?

    • A.

      Satellite City Hall

    • B.

      Hawaiian Humane Society

    • C.

      Both of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Both of the above
    Explanation
    Both the Satellite City Hall and the Hawaiian Humane Society are places where you can purchase a dog license.

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  • 6. 

    How long are cats and dogs with no identification held before being made available for adoption?

    • A.

      48 hours

    • B.

      10 days

    • C.

      20 days

    Correct Answer
    A. 48 hours
    Explanation
    Cats and dogs with no identification are held for 48 hours before being made available for adoption. This time period allows for the owner to claim their lost pet if it has gone missing. After 48 hours, if no one comes forward to claim the animal, it is then made available for adoption to find a new home.

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  • 7. 

    If your pet is missing, how can you notify the Humane Society?

    • A.

      Visit hawaiianhumane.org to complete a lost pet report

    • B.

      Call the Hawaiian Humane Society

    • C.

      Post on the Hawaiian Humane Society Facebook

    Correct Answer
    A. Visit hawaiianhumane.org to complete a lost pet report
    Explanation
    To notify the Humane Society if your pet is missing, you can visit hawaiianhumane.org and complete a lost pet report. This allows you to provide detailed information about your pet and increase the chances of finding them. By submitting a lost pet report, you are directly reaching out to the Humane Society and providing them with the necessary information to assist in the search for your missing pet.

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  • 8. 

    How can you ensure your microchipped pet will get home to you?

    • A.

      Register your pet's microchip with the manufacturer's national database

    • B.

      Ensure contact information is up-to-date with the Hawaiian Humane Society

    • C.

      Both of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Both of the above
    Explanation
    To ensure that your microchipped pet will get home to you, it is important to register your pet's microchip with the manufacturer's national database. This will allow the microchip to be linked to your contact information, increasing the chances of being contacted if your pet is found. Additionally, it is crucial to ensure that your contact information is up-to-date with the Hawaiian Humane Society, as they may be involved in the process of reuniting lost pets with their owners. By doing both of these actions, you are taking all necessary steps to maximize the likelihood of your pet returning home safely.

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  • 9. 

    Besides a microchip and license, what else should your dog wear to ensure he finds his way home?

    • A.

      A collar

    • B.

      Nothing more

    • C.

      An ID tag with your phone number

    Correct Answer
    C. An ID tag with your phone number
    Explanation
    To ensure that your dog finds his way home, he should wear an ID tag with your phone number. This is important in case your dog gets lost or wanders off, as it allows anyone who finds him to contact you and inform you of his whereabouts. The ID tag serves as a form of identification and increases the chances of a safe return for your furry friend.

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  • 10. 

    What should you do if you find a stray pet wearing an ID?

    • A.

      File a found report with the Hawaiian Humane Society

    • B.

      Call the owner identified on the ID tag

    • C.

      Both of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Both of the above
    Explanation
    If you find a stray pet wearing an ID, you should file a found report with the Hawaiian Humane Society and also call the owner identified on the ID tag. By filing a found report with the Hawaiian Humane Society, you can provide them with the necessary information about the pet and increase the chances of reuniting it with its owner. Additionally, calling the owner identified on the ID tag allows you to directly inform them about the pet's whereabouts and ensure a quicker reunion. Therefore, both options are necessary to maximize the chances of finding the pet's owner.

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