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Old 04-04-2013, 04:38 PM
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Default C-BARQ behavior assessment

I know we've had a thread about this before, but I just took the test for Bailey and so I wanted to share and see if anyone else wanted to share their scores.

Here is the link C-BARQ: Canine Behavioral Assessment & Research Questionnaire
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Old 04-04-2013, 04:48 PM
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Bailey got red flags in...

In comparison to all dog breeds:
Dog-directed aggression/fear
Stranger-directed fear
Nonsocial fear
Separation-related problems
Attachment/attention-seeking
Fear of stairs
Hyperactivity

but in comparison to her breed she was normal for Dog-directed aggression/fear and nonsocial fear were normal. Interesting.

Also, she got a double red flag for hyperactivity


I found it was interesting. Bailey is(was) a very fearful dog... I assume in the hands of the wrong owner her fear could turn into fear aggression, but she has made amazing strides with me and does pretty darn well!

Train-ability she was higher than the average, and in the top 95% percentile

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Old 04-04-2013, 05:09 PM
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Just did the two so far.

Kestrel is normal in everything except
red flag in: attachment/attention seeking, energy, escaping/roaming, begging, barking
double red flags in: food stealing.

Aeri normal in everything except
red flag in: trainability (um whut?!), separation-related, hyperactivity, barking
double red flags in: coprophagia, attachment/attention seeking (apparently too low?)
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Old 04-04-2013, 05:12 PM
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Maddie had a red flag for begging oops
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Old 04-04-2013, 05:27 PM
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I am baffled. I must have clicked something wrong. Gusto got a red flag in owner-directed aggression. I can't even think what I would have clicked to bring that up. He's a loon, but I've never once seen him do anything that made me worry about aggression.

He also got red flags in excitability, attachment/attention seeking, begging, pulling on the leash, and a double red flag in roaming.

Poor Gusto.
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Old 04-04-2013, 05:30 PM
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Well, I just did Chloe. Let's see.

She has double red flags in:
1. Stranger-directed aggression
2. Owner-directed aggression
3. Dog-directed aggression/fear
4. Familiar dog aggression
5. Non-social fear
6. Food stealing

Red flags in:
1. Stranger-directed fear
2. Touch-sensitivity
3. Excitability
4. Barking

Gold stars in:
1. Trainability
2. Chasing
3. Attachment/attention seeking
4. Energy

Yup. That's the stupid fuzzy!

Now I'm off to do the other three...
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Old 04-04-2013, 05:36 PM
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Lol I am only doing Buster for now.. that was a long test!

He only has a few red flags...

Stranger directed aggression. Which isn't exactly true, he hates my grandpa only usually. He has a red flag in energy level also because he seriously is not an active coonhound. Never has been. I always joke he's not a hound.

He has a few red flags in mounting too which he usually never does. Food stealing.. yeah he does that sometimes. Marking with urine? He pees like a girl. Grooming self, well he is an obsessive licker. Grooming others.. well he licks the lotion off my mom sometimes lol. Ok he has more red flags than I thought.
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Old 04-04-2013, 05:54 PM
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Cooper has red flags in:
1. Dog directed aggression/fear (he's uncomfortable with dogs bigger than him and snaps when they get in his face)
2. Rolling
3. Marking with urine

All when compared to the Yorkie breed as a whole.

Gracie has red flags in:
1. Energy (ROFLMAO - that's because she sleeps all day!)
2. Coprophagia
3. Submissive/emotional urination

When compared to the Dachshund breed as a whole. Which I'm surprised Cooper didn't have Submissive/emotional urination, as I answered more severely for him than I did Gracie...maybe they just thought that was normal for Yorkies...?

Cynder is completely normal. LOL She has no red flags at all, just gold stars all the way down the row.

ETA: God, poor Chloe looks like the demon dog from hell.
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Old 04-04-2013, 05:59 PM
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Zuma had red flags in dog-related fear/aggression.

Zinga has no red flags, she's perfect.
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Kimma got red flags in:
Nonsocial fear
Touch sensitivity
Escaping/roaming
Rolling
Corprophagia (because she eats rabbit poop LOL)
Hyperactivity
Barking

Double red flag in:
Separation-related problems

Yeah, that sure sounds like Kimma LOL.
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