2002 Questions of the Week (1 - 25)

#25: What do you feed your oldest Kerry?


Home cooked

11%

Commercial food

48%

Special diet from vet

6%

A combination

35%

Comments

Votes: 109

Posted: December 28, 2002


#24: Who takes care of your Kerry when you go on vacation?


He goes with me

27%

Kennel

32%

Breeder

23%

Pet sitter or family

19%

Comments

Votes: 97

Posted: December 21, 2002


#23: Do you prefer a dog or a bitch


Male

27%

Female

38%

No preference

21%

I have experience with only one or the other

13%

Comments

Votes: 180

Posted: December 14, 2002


#22: I wish I knew more about...


Kerry training

46%

Kerry health

9%

Kerry grooming

20%

Kerry breeding

24%

Comments

Votes: 127

Posted: December 07, 2002


#21: Do you feed your Kerry at the table?


No, never

48%

Yes, but just a few table scraps

43%

We eat at the same time

7%

Yes, she eats all leftovers

2%

Comments

Votes: 185

Posted: November 30, 2002


#20: My next dog will be a --


Kerry Blue Terrier

41%

Another terrier breed

3%

Another breed

52%

This is my last dog

4%

Comments

Votes: 291

Posted: November 23, 2002


#19: Was your youngest Kerry ever carsick?


No

29%

Yes, but he grew out of it

33%

Yes, and it still is sick when we drive

19%

We don't take our Kerry in the car

19%

Comments

Votes: 171

Posted: November 16, 2002


#18: Has your Kerry ever killed a rodent?


No

33%

No, but it would

14%

Yes

37%

Yes, all the time

15%

Comments

Votes: 126

Posted: November 09, 2002


#17: Has any of your Kerries ever been diagnosed with a genetic disorder?


No

71%

Yes, for one disorder

13%

Yes, for more than one

8%

Not sure

8%

Comments

Votes: 100

Posted: November 02, 2002


#16: Why did you choose a Kerry?


Non-allergenic properties

30%

Personality

40%

Looks

17%

Other

13%

Comments

Votes: 178

Posted: October 26, 2002


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Today is June 23, 2017

On this day in 2000:

At the Great Western Terrier Specialties the heralded English dog, handled by Bill MCFadden, Eng. Ch. Torums Scarf Michael, (Mick) went from open class to Best of Breed and Best in Show.