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Canine reproduction: Quiz


Question 1: When copulating, a male canine initially mounts the female from behind, as with most ________, a position known informally as doggy style.

Question 2: Estrus is the next stage, in which estrogen levels are high, mature eggs are released from the ovaries, and the females mentally and physically become receptive to ________.
MasturbationSexual intercoursePregnancyHuman sexual behavior

Question 3: Owners of intact bitches should be aware of pyometra, an acute infection similar in effect to ________ which can affect any intact bitch, and which is always very serious and often fatal.

Question 4: Animal control agencies in the United States and the ________ advise that dogs not intended for further breeding should be spayed or neutered so that they do not have undesired puppies.
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to AnimalsCruelty to animalsHurricane KatrinaAnimal Precinct

Question 5: Canine reproduction is different from human ________, because human males become erect first, and then enter the female; canine males enter first, then swell and become erect.
PregnancyMasturbationHuman sexual behaviorSexual intercourse

Question 6: ________ generally produce from one to four puppies in each litter, while much larger breeds may average as many as 14 pups in each litter[2] .
Italian GreyhoundCavalier King Charles SpanielToy dogMaltese (dog)

Question 7: The male ________ and the semen is collected in the tube.
OrgasmSexual intercourseEjaculationMasturbation

Question 8: The two stand with their hind ends touching and the penis locked inside the vagina while ________ occurs, decreasing leakage of semen from the vagina.
OrgasmEjaculationSexual intercourseMasturbation

Question 9: In breeding, the female ________ of the domestic canine is often referred to as a bitch, and the male of the same species is referred to as a stud.
PenisSemenSexSexual intercourse

Question 10: However, certain medical problems are more likely after neutering, such as urinary incontinence in females[6] and ________ in males.
ICD-10 Chapter II: NeoplasmsTesticular cancerProstate cancerTeratoma

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