9 Oct 2016

Quiz 27- 10 Questions on Dogs that bite the Most and least- Answers

The first 5 questions are on dogs that bite the most and the next 5 on least biting dogs.

1. This dog differs from all other dogs in having a blue-black tongue. The breed originating from China, where it is referred to as ' Songshi Quan ', which means "puffy-lion dog", it has also been called the Tang Quan, "Dog of the Tang Empire"and is one of the oldest recognisable breeds. The present name for this breed is derived from an English term used in the 19th century to refer to cargo from the Orient.Which breed of dog?

Ans: Chow Chow
With Its characteristic blue black tongue
2.  This breed originated in Germany but it grew so popular in France, that it became the national dog of that country. The breed was developed as a water retriever, and the distinctive clipping of its heavy coat was initiated to increase the animal's efficiency in the water. The name of this breed derives from the German word for 'To Splash'. Which breed?

Ans: Poodle. In German the word Pudel was the short for Pudelhund, Which derives from  pudeln to splash and Hund meaning dog

3. This breed of dog was established to assist in fox hunting, the dogs had to have the stamina to run with the Foxhounds and had to be small enough to follow a fox down its lair.The first dog of this breed was called a ‘Old Foiler’, and was registered by the Kennel Club in 1876. Which breed?
Ans: Fox Terrier

4. This breed of dog gets its name from a town in Germany. The butchers of this town used these dogs to herd livestock and pull carts laden with butchered meat to market. Though this breed is good-natured, placid in basic disposition, very devoted, obedient, biddable and eager to work, bad ownership makes them potentially dangerous. Today nearly half the fatal dog bites in US are from this breed. Which breed?

Ans: Rottweiler, The dogs were known in German as Rottweiler Metzgerhund, meaning Rottweil butchers'
Rottweiler memorial in Rottweil
5. This stubborn and jealous breed of toy dog was developed in ancient China, where it was held sacred and was kept as a palace dog by members of the Imperial family. It was introduced to the West by English forces that looted the Imperial Palace at Peking in 1860, during the second Opium war. The breed has been known, both in the Orient and in the West, as the “lion dog” because of its appearance. Which breed of ,one of the five 'bitingest' dogs?

Ans:  Pekingese. The most famous of the many stories for the origin of Pekingese is The Lion and the Marmoset:    A lion and a marmoset fell in love. But the lion was too large. The lion went   to the Buddha and told him of his woes.  The Buddha allowed the lion to shrink down to the size of the marmoset. And the Pekingese was the result.

6. This breed was originally developed in Scotland, in the estate of Sir Dudley Majoribanks (pronounced Marchbanks). The original breed was a cross of a yellow-coloured dog, Nous, with a now extinct Tweed Water Spaniel bitch, Belle. In 1868, this cross produced a litter that included four bitch pups which became the basis of a breeding program which included Red Setter, sandy-coloured Bloodhound, St Johns Water Dog of Newfoundland, Springer Spaniel, and  wavy-coated black Retrievers. Thus a vigorous and powerful dog  that was exceptionally good with people gentle and trainable was born. Which breed which boasts of an all sporting dogs ancestry and today popular as a disability assistance dog, hunting dog, a detection dog, and a search and rescue participant was thus created?
Ans: Golden Retriever

7. Today it is considered the most popular breed in the world. This dog breed originated in Newfoundland and were brought to England by fishermen in about 1800. The most famous dog of this breed in India was 'Zanjeer'. Working with the Mumbai police, he help avert three explosions and during his service, he helped recover a massive cache of arms and ammunition. On his death, he was given a state funeral. Which dog breed ?

Ans: Labrador Retriever / Labrador

8. The name of this breed is derived from the French word for noisy person. The breed was used for hare hunting in England and Edward III, had a pack of up to 120 of this breeds ancestors with him on the battlefield during the Hundred Years' War and the first mention of the breed in English literature by name dates from 1475. The "most famous dog" of this breed is 'Snoopy' from the comic strip Peanuts. Which well known breed of dog?
Ans: Beagle

9.This breed is named after the Adriatic coastal region and were originally used for many tasks like herding sheep, hunting in a pack, working as a retriever and as a bird dog. In the US the breed is associated with Budweiser beer since the Anheuser-Busch company's iconic beer wagon, drawn by a team of Clydesdale horses, is always accompanied by a dog of this breed. The breed was historically used by brewers to guard the wagon while the driver was making deliveries. The breed experienced a massive surge in popularity after a novel by Dodie Smith in 1956. Which breed of dogs?

Ans:  Dalmatian. The novel being 101 Dalmatians.

10. This highly regarded breed of sporting dog  of hound, spaniel, and setter ancestry derives its name from its assumption of a rigid posture in the direction of the quarry it has located. The breed was first recorded about 1650, in England, and was originally used to point out hares for greyhounds to track down and was trained as a bird dog in the 18th century. Other than being one of the five least 'bitingest' dog, it is also a well known "couch potato" Which breed of dog?

Ans: Pointer


  1. Hi Delson, I think answer to the first question is missing. Only the picture appears.

  2. Scores below

    Annie 36
    Madhura 36
    Rajiv 23
    Ajey 23
    Anjali 23
    Anil Rodrigues 10
    Paul 10
    Ancil 4