ANSC 2000 set 2
ANSC 2000 set 2 ANSC 2000 - 001
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ANSC 2000 Notes 2 Breeds of Dogs Key Terms: 1. Species Major subdivision of a genus & composed of individuals that can successfully breed w/ one another 2. Breed Animals having a common origin w/ characteristics that distinguish them from other groups within same species 3. AKC American Kennel Club 4. Sporting Group Breed good for hunting & other field activities 5. Hound Group Breed known for their scenting powers & stamina to run (diverse sizes) 6. Working Group Breed good at guarding property, pulling sleds, and water rescues 7. Terrier Group Breed that are feisty & energetic w/ low tolerance for other animals 8. Toy Group Breed w/ diminutive size which is popular for city dwellers 9. Nonsporting Group Diverse Group of breeds 10. Herding Breed used to control movement of other animals 11. Miscellaneous Group Breeds enrolled in AKC Foundation Stock Service until accepted for regular status 12. Foundation Stock Service Breed not eligible for AKC registration but are an avenue to allow these purebred breeds to develop Memorize: There are between 700800 breeds worldwide, but the AKC only recognized 175 dog breeds Sporting Group Examples: 1. Brittany 2. Chesapeake Bay retriever 3. Cocker Spaniel 4. English Springer Spaniels 5. German Shorthaired Pointer 6. Golden Retriever 7. Irish Setter 8. Labrador Retriever 9. Weimaraner Hound Group Examples: 1. Afghan hound 2. Basenji 3. Beagle 4. Dachsund 5. Greyhound 6. Norwegian Elkhound 7. Rhodesian Ridgeback 8. Saluki 9. Whippet Working Group Examples: 1. Akita 2. Alaskan Malamute 3. Bernese Mountain Dog 4. Boxer Bull Mastiff 5. Great Pyrences 6. Komondor 7. Rottweiler 8. Samoyed Terrier Group Examples: 1. Airedale Terrier 2. Bull Terrier 3. Miniature Schnauzer 4. Norfolk Terrier 5. Scottish Terrier 6. Staffordshire Bull Terrier 7. Welsh Terrier 8. West Highland White Terrier Toy Group Examples: 1. Brussels Griffon 2. Chihuahua 3. Chinese Crested 4. Maltese 5. Miniature Pinscher 6. Papillon 7. Pomeranian 8. Shih Tzu 9. Yorkshire Terrier NonSporting Group Examples: 1. Bichon Frisse 2. Bulldog 3. Chinese SharPei 4. Chow Chow 5. Dalmatian 6. Keeshond 7. Lhasa Apso 8. Shiba Inu 9. Tibetan Spaniel Herding Group Examples: 1. Australian Cattle Dog 2. Australian Shepherd 3. Belgian Malinois 4. Border Collie 5. Briard 6. Cardigan Welsh Corgi 7. German Shepherd Dog 8. Old English Sheepdog 9. Shetland Sheepdog Miscellaneous Class Examples: 1. Miniature American Shepherd 2. Spanish Water Dog 3. Wirehaired Vizsla C:\Users\KMElliott5\Downloads\Dog Breed Wordsearch.htm Top 10 Breeds 1. Labrador Retriever 2. German Shepherd 3. Golden Retriever 4. Bulldog 5. Beagles 6. Yorkshire Terrier 7. Poodles 8. Boxers 9. French Bulldog 10. Rottweilers Important information: Structure & conformation reflect origin of dogs as landdwelling predators - Efficient locomotion to chase prey - Eyed adapted to detect motion of prey - Keen olfaction to aid in tracking & locating prey - Keen hearing to detect prey & other predators - Teeth designed to grip, kill, & consume prey 1. Labrador Retriever: - Most popular breed in US - Characteristics: o Gentle, intelligent, familyfriendly o Versatile hunting breed o Aptitude to please o Respected as guide dog, search & rescue, & narcotics detection 2. German Shepherd - Excellent companion - Characteristics: oCourageous, keen senses, active, dignified, steadfast heart 3. Golden Retrievers - Outgoing & devoted companions - Characteristics: oStrong oEasy to train oHappy & trusting 4. Bulldogs - Popular sports team mascot - Characteristics: oIntelligent, trainable oEasygoing despite being originally bred as a fighting dog oLight exercise supports good health due to body type 5. Beagles - Gently, happy, loving companions - Characteristics: oClever, quick, curious, active oGood w/ people & other animals 6. Yorkshire Terrier - Characteristics: oEnjoys playing & investigating oHigh energy as puppies oQuiet & settled adults oSplendid coats 7. Poodles - Known to be politely reserved around strangers - Characteristics: oSmart, loyal, proud, fun oUnderstands owners’ moods oEnjoys challenges & obedience training oIntelligent, playful sense of humor 8. Boxers - Early obedience training is IMPORTANT - Characteristics: oPlayful, fun loving oPatient, strong, defensive oCurious, happy oLoves children 9. French Bulldog - Main role of a lap warmer - Requires minimal exercise - Needs adequate training to make civilized companion - Characteristics: oBig personality oStrive to please owners 10. Rottweilers - Bold guardian & inherent protector - Known to be good police dog, herder, service dog, therapy dog, companion, & competitor - Characteristics: oRobust & powerful oHappiest when given a job oIntelligent, willing to work, & endurance
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