Ever wonder how intelligent your pet really is? Think your pet can get into an Ivy League university? Just want to make sure the light bulb is working inside that cute furry head?
Gina Spadafori and Dr. Marty Becker of Pet Connection have collaborated to create quizzes to test the intelligence of your dog or cat. The tests were based on their observations and experiences with cats and dogs.
These IQ tests are definitely for fun, so don’t banish your pet to his room and make him study Latin and calculus if he doesn’t get a high score.
Gina and Dr. Becker also explain some scientific observations in your pet’s behavior in the IQ tests.
While some reactions are automatic in pets as well as peopleâ€”if youâ€™re frightened by something, for example, your body will react before your brain kicks inâ€”intelligent dogs understand exactly what belongs to and relates to them.
The smartest cats quickly learn that they can not only take advantage of opportunities for food, play, affection and comfort, but also create those opportunities.
The sights, sounds and (especially) smells of the world are always changing and always of interest to a smart dog. The smartest will always be checking out the environment, but not to the point of wasting too much energy on things that donâ€™t much matter.
Take the How Smart Is Your Cat Or Dog Test and see where your pet ranks!
Gloat and tell us how your pet did on the quiz!