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David   New York, NY

4/30/2012 9:03:08 AM

Sorry to those who found this useful... I found it boring & kind of a letdown.

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Irene   Modesto, CA

4/20/2012 10:02:16 PM

Great Information. Just need to get used to seeing my puppy use each of these different gaits to identify them correctly at any given time.

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Bret   Leeds, UT

2/26/2012 4:12:25 PM

Great Information!

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margaret   wichita, KS

8/5/2011 9:13:38 AM

Very interesting, cant wait to take my dog for a walk and watch.

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Kimmee   Cinna, NJ

8/4/2011 1:21:51 AM

I luv doing the tests & reading material on my iPad but I can not view the videos unfortunately !? Will this be changed so that iPad users can view all info?

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Paula   Highland, IN

4/6/2011 5:17:37 PM

The tenth question is very poorly worded. Preferred by human or dog? Under what circumstances?

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Nancy J. Belknap   Fayetteville, AR

2/12/2011 2:49:36 PM

Regarding the last question on the physiology (shouldn't this be named kinesthesiology?)quiz... Please explain how the preferential gait is not the trot....or should the question read the preferential gallop is
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Didn't we learn the preferred (best) gait is the trot?...emphasis on gait and not
gallop.
Please let me know.

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Sabra   Emporia, KS

2/6/2011 2:05:06 PM

I agree with Rachel. The tenth questions on the Dog Physiology quiz is almost a trick question. They should have asked what is the perferred gallop, not the preferred gait. I got it wrong because of the way it was worded. Cost me a perfect score!

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Rachel   Friday Harbor, WA

1/29/2011 9:50:17 PM

The tenth question on the quiz is poorly worded. We could have answered that the rotary gallop was used more often that the classical gallop, we thought the question referred to which gait the dog liked best, IE trot.

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Robin   Lewisville, TX

1/25/2011 6:01:33 AM

I appreciate this class. Thank you for helping me to better understand. The video helped a lot and I agree with the others who said what a beautiful and smart dog (on the
video).

I adopted an adult dachshund who had two ruptured disks on my watch and likely one before that. THANKFULLY, he had the surgery and recovered wonderfully. During all this and afterward, my friends, family and I watched my dog's rear end as he walked [his gait] almost obsessively to ensure he was NOT having that immense pain again. Poor Ben... Thank goodness he is doing well now. That was my first encounter with the importance of a dog's gait (in this case, the rear end swaying in the wrong direction as if the pooch was
intoxicated).

Also, I am floored how much dogs can be trained. I knew show dogs had a special walk, but I hadn't realized just how complicated it is.

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Brianna   Marietta, GA

1/16/2011 12:26:38 PM

I only got 50%. Did bad.

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Sheryl   Bloomington, IN

10/2/2010 6:28:20 AM

Looks like a very interesting subject

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