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Beagle: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: In a 1985 study conducted by Ben and Lynette Hart, the Beagle was given the highest excitability rating, along with the Yorkshire Terrier, ________, Miniature Schnauzer, West Highland White Terrier and Fox Terrier.
Cairn TerrierBorder TerrierBoston TerrierAiredale Terrier

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  The Southern Hound is thought to be an ancestor of the Beagle
  The Caynsham Foot Beagles (c.1885)
  This image from the turn of the 19th century shows a dog with a heavier body and lacking the refined features of later strains.
  Beagles have excellent noses; this dog is employed by the US Customs and Border Protection Agency.

Question 3: A few breeders (notably Reynalton Kennels) managed to revive interest in the dog and by ________, the breed was once again doing well.
Second Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupationsWorld War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 4: Beagle clubs at the ________
Life (magazine)Time WarnerJim BarksdaleOpen Directory Project

Question 5: [36] The bagle hound is a cross between a beagle and a ________ that is also less excitable that a pure beagle.
Basset HoundAfghan HoundItalian GreyhoundBasenji

Question 6: Beagles were developed primarily for ________ hare, an activity known as beagling.
RaccoonHuntingRed FoxGray Wolf

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  The Beagle has been used for rabbit-hunting since the earliest development of the breed.
  Weight gain can be a problem in older or sedentary dogs, which in turn can lead to heart and joint problems.
  Weight gain can be a problem in older or sedentary dogs, which in turn can lead to heart and joint problems.
  The Caynsham Foot Beagles (c.1885)

Question 8: The ________ and FCI affiliated clubs recognize a single type, with a height of between 13 and 16 inches (33 and 41 cm).
Conformation showThe Kennel ClubBreed Groups (dog)Crufts

Question 9: ________, born around 433 BC, in his Treatise on Hunting or Cynegeticus refers to a hound that hunted hares by scent and was followed on foot.
XenophonDemosthenesPlatoAlexander the Great

Question 10: The North Country Beagle, possibly a cross between an offshoot of the Talbot stock and a Greyhound, was bred chiefly in ________ and was common in the northern counties.
West YorkshireYorkshireNorth YorkshireYorkshire and the Humber
















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