Hannah the Pet Society – Annual Pet Quiz!

Hannah the Pet Society – Annual Pet Quiz!

cat, dog and books and an alarm clockEvery year, the first full week of November is a time to honor and appreciate animal shelters and rescues, nationwide!  Hannah the Pet Society is proud to work hand-in-hand with regional shelters and rescues to place Pets in need into great, loving forever homes.

Once again this year, in honor of these wonderful organizations, we are taking a break from our regular Hannah Blog to test the knowledge of our readers with a little Hannah Pet Trivia!  (The answers appear at the bottom of the blog.)

a.) How many teeth does the normal adult dog have?  (28, 32, 42 or 46)

b.) In the 1989 Tom Hanks film, “Turner & Hooch”, what breed of dog is Hooch?

c.) What percentage of cat parents talk to (or admit to talking to) their Pet?  (62%, 75%, 86% or 95%)

d.) What is a dog’s most highly developed sense?  (sight, taste, smell or hearing)

e.) What percentage of a cat’s life is spent grooming itself?  (10%, 20%, 30% or 40%)

f.) Dalmatians are born with spots.  True or false?

g.) All cats are born with blue eyes.  True or false?

h.) How many teeth does the average adult cat have?  (28; 30; 36 or 40)

i.) According to the American Kennel Club, what is the most popular dog breed in the United States?

j.) A fear of dogs is also known as “____phobia”.

k.) Cat urine glows under a black light.  True or false?

Hannah is committed to supporting local and regional shelters, rescues and animal welfare organizations.  But our commitment doesn’t stop there, as Hannah Members know.

Hannah Pet Parents enjoy all of the benefits of complete Pet care with none of the stress.  Hannah’s Total Lifetime Care program not only provides lifetime behavioral training, but also comprehensive veterinary care and high quality food, delivered right to your door.  Learn more about Hannah’s Total Lifetime Care program.

(a. 42; b. Dogue de Bordeaux; c. 95%; d. smell; e. 40%; f. false; g. true; h. 30; i. Labrador Retriever; j. Cynophobia; k. true)

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