2016 Questions of the Week (683 - …)

#732: Will you sign your Kerry's name(s) or pawprint Feastive greetings this year?

Question suggested by Doug White - Toronto. Canada


No.
Yes, sometimes.
As a full fledged member of the family, always!

No.

0%

Yes, sometimes.

0%

As a full fledged member of the family, always!

0%

Comments

Votes: 0

Posted: December 10, 2016


#731: Will you give Kerry themed cards or gifts at Christmas this year?

Question suggested by Doug White - Toronto, Canada


No, unlikely.
Yes.

No, unlikely.

44%

Yes.

56%

Comments

Votes: 16

Posted: December 03, 2016


#730: How many designated Kerry beds (not including human) have you in your house?

Question suggested by Jann McQuay, Whitby ON


None
One or two.
Three or Four.
Five (or more??) Humans squeeze in where they can...

None

6%

One or two.

40%

Three or Four.

28%

Five (or more??) Humans squeeze in where they can...

26%

Comments

Votes: 47

Posted: November 26, 2016


#729: Does your Kerry happily wear protective clothing in inclement weather?

Question suggested by Judi Young - Honolulu, HI; Spokane, WA


Happily wears a sweater, jacket, raincoat or booties as required
Suffers dressing for the weather.
Dressing for the weather? Why?
I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

Happily wears a sweater, jacket, raincoat or booties as required

35%

Suffers dressing for the weather.

22%

Dressing for the weather? Why?

38%

I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

5%

Comments

Votes: 37

Posted: November 19, 2016


#728: How long have you had a relationship with your vet or vet practise?

Question suggested by Agatha Hughes - Philadelphia


Two years or less
3-5 years.
6-10 years.
More than 10 years.

Two years or less

9%

3-5 years.

2%

6-10 years.

5%

More than 10 years.

84%

Comments

Votes: 43

Posted: November 12, 2016


#727: Is your Kerry friendly to strange dogs met while out walking?

Question suggested by Pat Harrelson


My Kerry is always friendly.
My Kerry is usually friendly, but with some dogs not so much.
My Kerry is not usually friendly.
My Kerry would rather not meet other dogs, period.
I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

My Kerry is always friendly.

25%

My Kerry is usually friendly, but with some dogs not so much.

24%

My Kerry is not usually friendly.

32%

My Kerry would rather not meet other dogs, period.

12%

I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

7%

Comments

Votes: 59

Posted: November 05, 2016


#726: Do you dress up your Kerry for occasions like Hallowe'en? If so, how does she react?

Question suggested by Doug White- Toronto, Canada


I don't ever dress up my Kerry.
I dress my Kerry up and he's OK with it.
I (try to) dress up my Kerry but she doesn't much like it.
I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

I don't ever dress up my Kerry.

72%

I dress my Kerry up and he's OK with it.

15%

I (try to) dress up my Kerry but she doesn't much like it.

8%

I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

5%

Comments

Votes: 40

Posted: October 29, 2016


#725: Does your Kerry get spooked by uniforms, costumes or odd garments?

Question suggested by Doug White - Toronto, Canada


No
Yes
I have more than one and they are different.

No

76%

Yes

16%

I have more than one and they are different.

8%

Comments

Votes: 37

Posted: October 22, 2016


#724: How does your Kerry react to thunder?

Question suggested by Doug White - Calgary, Canada


About as frightened as my couch.
Interupts her activitiy but not overly disturbed.
Definitely not a 'happy puppy' but Kerries on with life.
Cowers in his favourite cowering spot if available.
I have more than one Kerry and they are quite different.

About as frightened as my couch.

25%

Interupts her activitiy but not overly disturbed.

15%

Definitely not a 'happy puppy' but Kerries on with life.

15%

Cowers in his favourite cowering spot if available.

29%

I have more than one Kerry and they are quite different.

16%

Comments

Votes: 55

Posted: October 15, 2016


#723: How does your eldest Kerry treat the food bowl?

Question suggested by Francesca Fein and Colm - Hot and Sunny Sarasota, Florida


Neat and tidy. Food is either in the bowl or the stomach.
Food bits left scattered around bowl when meal is finished.
Carries food away from bowl to consume elsewhere.
Carries food away from bowl leaving bits around the house.

Neat and tidy. Food is either in the bowl or the stomach.

72%

Food bits left scattered around bowl when meal is finished.

21%

Carries food away from bowl to consume elsewhere.

4%

Carries food away from bowl leaving bits around the house.

2%

Comments

Votes: 47

Posted: October 08, 2016


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Today is December 10, 2016

On this day in 2002:

The Foundation Board approved its first annual "Fly Away" raffle.