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  2. Menace reflex - Wikipedia

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    The menace response is one of three forms of blink reflex. It includes the reflexive blinking that occurs specifically in response to the rapid approach of an object. [1] The menace response comprises blinking of the eyelids, in order to protect the eyes from potential damage, but may also include turning of the head, neck, or even the trunk ...

  3. Temperament test - Wikipedia

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    Temperament test. Temperament tests assess dogs for certain behaviors or suitability for dog sports or adoption from an animal shelter by observing the animal for unwanted or potentially dangerous behavioral traits, such as aggressiveness towards other dogs or humans, shyness, or extreme fear.

  4. Dazzler (weapon) - Wikipedia

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    A dazzler is a non- lethal weapon which uses intense directed radiation to temporarily disorient its target with flash blindness. They can effectively deter further advances, regardless of language or cultural barriers, but can also be used for hailing and warning. [1] Targets can include electronic sensors as well as human vision.

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    It's easy: Test your dog's DNA. Right now, DNA My Dog, a cheek-swab breed identification test, is on sale for $60 (down from $79), with free shipping. $60 $79 at Joyus. What the dog DNA test tells you

  6. Animal testing - Wikipedia

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    Animal testing, science, medicine, animal welfare, animal rights, ethics. Animal testing, also known as animal experimentation, animal research, and in vivo testing, is the use of non-human animals in experiments that seek to control the variables that affect the behavior or biological system under study. This approach can be contrasted with ...

  7. Canine Good Citizen - Wikipedia

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    Nominal fee varies by tester. The Canine Good Citizen (CGC) program, established in 1989, is an American Kennel Club program to promote responsible dog ownership and to encourage the training of well-mannered dogs. [1] [2] [3] A dog and handler team must take a short behavioral evaluation of less than half an hour; dogs who pass the evaluation ...

  8. Placing reflexes - Wikipedia

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    Placing reflexes. There are two frequently used placing reflexes. They are tests which allow clinicians to assess the proprioceptive abilities of small domestic animals (cats and dogs in particular). The first test is to lift an animal and bring the anterior / dorsal surface of a paw up to a table edge. The normal animal will position its paw ...

  9. Field trial - Wikipedia

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    A field trial meeting at Bala, North Wales by George Earl. A field trial is a competitive event for gun dogs. Field trials are conducted for pointing dogs and setters, retrievers and spaniels, with each assessing the different types various working traits. In the United States, field trials are also conducted for basset hounds, beagles, and ...