# Dog Training School Management Quiz!

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Who doesn’t love dogs? They are furry and cute, and dogs are a part of the family. Dog Training School can help you teach your dog how to be obedient, and there are even some new tricks he or she can learn. As far as this quiz goes, you will need to know the minimum distance between dogs and what material you should bring to class. This quiz is easy, fun, and not ‘ruff. ’

• 1.

### Are the dogs allowed off-leash on the field?

• A.

Yes

• B.

No

• C.

Only if explicitly permitted by the instructor

• D.

Only if explicitly permitted by the instructor, and if this has been cleared with management first.

D. Only if explicitly permitted by the instructor, and if this has been cleared with management first.
Explanation
The dogs are only allowed off-leash on the field if the instructor explicitly permits it and if this permission has been cleared with management first. This means that the dogs cannot be off-leash without both the instructor's permission and management's approval.

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• 2.

### What is the minimum distance between the dogs on the field and in the parking lot?

• A.

1 meter

• B.

2 meters

• C.

3 meters

B. 2 meters
Explanation
The minimum distance between the dogs on the field and in the parking lot is 2 meters. This means that the dogs must be at least 2 meters apart from each other.

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• 3.

### Do we cancel classes when it rains?

• A.

Yes

• B.

No

• C.

Only with an official weather alert

C. Only with an official weather alert
Explanation
We then try to inform everyone, including the team, by phone/whatsapp with a few hours' notice.

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• 4.

### Does the student get compensated for the classes they miss off their own initiative?

• A.

No

• B.

Yes

A. No
Explanation
We try to discourage a culture of absenteeism and have long waiting lists. Missed classes are missed. End of story.

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• 5.

### Are students allowed to touch another student's dog?

• A.

Yes, it's not a prison camp.

• B.

Absolutely not, and this results in an official warning, and, with a repeat offence, exclusion from the school.

• C.

We'd prefer it if they didn't. But in most cases, it can be handled it as a well-intended gesture and not a major safety breach.

C. We'd prefer it if they didn't. But in most cases, it can be handled it as a well-intended gesture and not a major safety breach.
Explanation
We can't check every stress signal on the dog's part, we don't always know if the dog's owner is comfortable with the intrusion, it distracts the dogs, and it brings dogs too close together

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• 6.

### What is our policy on vaccinations?

• A.

Titers documents are accepted if the dog is not vaccinated

• B.

Students can still register, even if they produce neither titer nor vaccination documents. It is a personal choice.

• C.

Only vaccinations are OK. Titers are not accepted. This is because they would  need to be checked every week for puppies for us to do this safely

C. Only vaccinations are OK. Titers are not accepted. This is because they would  need to be checked every week for puppies for us to do this safely
Explanation
The correct answer is that only vaccinations are accepted and titers are not accepted. This is because titers would need to be checked every week for puppies in order to ensure safety, which is not practical or feasible.

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• 7.

### Are we obligated to the clients to keep behaviourally unsuited dog in group class?

• A.

Yes: even dogs with behaviour problems need help. If they don't get it from us, they'll walk away and get it somewhere else.

• B.

Yes: We are legally obliged to help dogs with behaviour problems, no matter how unsuited they are to the objectives of the group class they signed up for.

• C.

No: we are very clear about this in our registration procedures. If a dog turns out to be behaviourally unsuited for class, then are immediately kicked out.

• D.

No: we are very clear about this in our registration procedures. But it is a delicate communication matter and unless safety is threatened, the client's expectations are gradually steered towards private lessons.

D. No: we are very clear about this in our registration procedures. But it is a delicate communication matter and unless safety is threatened, the client's expectations are gradually steered towards private lessons.
Explanation
There is a strict screening process, but dogs change and people lie, sometimes unconsciously. If a behaviour becomes a problem, the instructor briefs Management, who discusses wtih the client. Sometimes we advise a switch to private training.Â Â

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• 8.

### Why do we have the 2-meter between dogs' policy?

• A.

Because many dogs are uncomfortable being approached by another dog when on-leash. They can get defensive, irritated or frustrated.

• B.

To reduce the chance of a bite incident between two dogs.

• C.

To reduce the chance of the younger, only partially vaccinated, pups being exposed to a contamination risk.

• D.

All of the above

D. All of the above
Explanation
The 2-meter between dogs' policy is implemented for multiple reasons. Firstly, many dogs feel uncomfortable when approached by another dog while on a leash, which can lead to defensive or frustrated behavior. Secondly, the policy aims to reduce the risk of a bite incident between two dogs. Lastly, it also helps in minimizing the chance of younger and only partially vaccinated puppies being exposed to potential contamination risks. Therefore, all of the given reasons contribute to the implementation of the 2-meter between dogs' policy.

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• 9.

### When is a dog behaviorally unsuited for class? Pick AS MANY correct answers as you believe to be relevant.

• A.

The behaviour takes inordinate staff attention.

• B.

The behaviour is disruptive to the other dogs / students

• C.

The behaviour is irritating the owner

• D.

The behaviour is a safety hazard.

A. The behaviour takes inordinate staff attention.
B. The behaviour is disruptive to the other dogs / students
D. The behaviour is a safety hazard.
Explanation
Dogs may be considered behaviorally unsuited for class if their behavior requires excessive attention from staff, if their behavior disrupts the other dogs or students in the class, or if their behavior poses a safety hazard.

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• 10.

### What material are students supposed to bring with them?

• A.

Whistle

• B.

Blanket or towel

• C.

Clicker

• D.

1-1.2 meter long leash

• E.

Flexi leash

• F.

Muzzle

• G.

Tiny, pre-cut food bits from 2 kinds of extremely appetitive food, enough for at least 250 reward moments

• H.

A harness or humane collar

• I.

A break stick

• J.

Harnesses are preferred, but collars are OK

• K.

Kong or other sturdy food-dispensing toy

• L.

Treat pouch

• M.

Tennis ball, frisbee or other retrieve toy

• N.

A food dish

• O.

A can of compressed air (in case a fight breaks out)

B. Blanket or towel
D. 1-1.2 meter long leash
G. Tiny, pre-cut food bits from 2 kinds of extremely appetitive food, enough for at least 250 reward moments
H. A harness or humane collar
K. Kong or other sturdy food-dispensing toy
L. Treat pouch
Explanation
About the harness: Collar or harness is OK. As long as it is secure and comfortable for the dog

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• 11.

### You took a brilliant photo of a dog with a hat and want to share it on our social media. Only thing is... He is showing a tongue flick. What do you absolutely NOT do?

• A.

You post it anyway, but turn it into an educational opportunity, explicitly commenting on the stress signal and what it means.

• B.

You do not post it. This could make us look ignorant.

• C.

You post it anyway. Cute pictures of dogs in hats are excellent for social media engagement.

C. You post it anyway. Cute pictures of dogs in hats are excellent for social media engagement.
• 12.

### You see a really cute photo moment on the field. You snap it with your own phone and then use it on your own Social Media channel. Is that OK?

• A.

Absolutely not appropriate, sorry. We want to clear anything that goes out about our lessons first. It has to be consistent with our Social Media strategy and goals. Send it to us first, and delete it from your phone

• B.

Sure thing, go ahead. Do check that clients are OK with their faces appearing on the social media though.

• C.

Sure thing. It's a public place and noone's on the Witness Protection Program.

A. Absolutely not appropriate, sorry. We want to clear anything that goes out about our lessons first. It has to be consistent with our Social Media strategy and goals. Send it to us first, and delete it from your phone
Explanation
The correct answer states that it is not appropriate to use the photo without permission. It emphasizes the importance of clearing any content related to the lessons with the organization's social media strategy and goals. It advises sending the photo to the organization first and deleting it from personal devices. This indicates that the organization wants to have control over the content shared on their social media channels.

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• 13.

### You get asked to take pictures of the lessons. What should you try to avoid? Pick AS MANY correct answers as applicable.

• A.

Students' faces.

• B.

Staff faces

• C.

Stress signals in the dogs

• D.

Any body part of the students, as people's shoes, etc. could help recognize them, if seen in combination with their dog

A. Students' faces.
C. Stress signals in the dogs
Explanation
When taking pictures of the lessons, it is important to avoid capturing students' faces because it could violate their privacy. Additionally, capturing stress signals in the dogs could be distressing for the animals and may not reflect a positive learning environment. Therefore, the correct answers to avoid are students' faces and stress signals in the dogs.

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• 14.

### You really like a few things in one of OhMyDog's internal manuals (e.g. Theory manual). What is it OK to do with them?

• A.

Share with non-OhMyDog people

• B.

Share on the Social Media

• C.

• D.

Use for your own, separate, dog behaviour/training project

• E.