2017 Questions of the Week (736 - …)

#746: How “interested” is your eldest Kerry in cats?

Question suggested by Diane Simmons, ME


Ignores cats.
Nonchalant.
Interested but cat is safe..
A bit too interested.
Would likely scrap.
My Kerry figures cats are for eating. My vet could buy a small sailboat.

Ignores cats.

10%

Nonchalant.

3%

Interested but cat is safe..

35%

A bit too interested.

16%

Would likely scrap.

26%

My Kerry figures cats are for eating. My vet could buy a small sailboat.

10%

Comments

Votes: 31

Posted: March 18, 2017


#745: Do you feel comfortable with letting your Kerry off-leash on outings?

Question suggested by Diane Simmons, ME


Never.
Only inside a dog park.
Only in certain areas where trouble is unlikely.
Yes, pretty much anywhere traffic is not an issue.

Never.

42%

Only inside a dog park.

7%

Only in certain areas where trouble is unlikely.

39%

Yes, pretty much anywhere traffic is not an issue.

12%

Comments

Votes: 57

Posted: March 11, 2017


#744: Has anyone you know, ever seriously considered a Kerry as their next dog after meeting yours?

Question suggested by Doug White - Toronto, Canada


Not that I know of.
Yes, but no one I know actually got one.
Yes, and at least one lucky soul was later owned by a Kerry.
Happens all the time!

Not that I know of.

33%

Yes, but no one I know actually got one.

39%

Yes, and at least one lucky soul was later owned by a Kerry.

25%

Happens all the time!

3%

Comments

Votes: 36

Posted: March 04, 2017


#743: Does one or more of your Kerry's eyelids roll inwards?

Question suggested by Doug White - Toronto, Canada


Yes - and they likely cause eye irritation.
Yes - but the eyes don't seem to be adversely affected.
No
I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

Yes - and they likely cause eye irritation.

11%

Yes - but the eyes don't seem to be adversely affected.

0%

No

89%

I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

0%

Comments

Votes: 36

Posted: February 25, 2017


#742: Does your Kerry enjoy eating newly fallen snow?

Question suggested by Louise Lang - Toronto, Canada


Yes.
Prefers older, 'snow cone' type snow.
Isn't interested in eating snow of any kind.
I have more than one Kerry and they are different
Snow? Frozen water that's not in cubes? Not 'round these parts!

Yes.

68%

Prefers older, 'snow cone' type snow.

5%

Isn't interested in eating snow of any kind.

9%

I have more than one Kerry and they are different

5%

Snow? Frozen water that's not in cubes? Not 'round these parts!

14%

Comments

Votes: 44

Posted: February 18, 2017


#741: What type of cut does your Kerry sport?

Question suggested by Doug White - Calgary, Canada


A relatively tradional 'show like' cut.
A traditional Kerry cut modified for ease of general maintenance.
Basically chose a length - summer or winter -, start at one end and end at the other, like shearing a ewe.

A relatively tradional 'show like' cut.

35%

A traditional Kerry cut modified for ease of general maintenance.

58%

Basically chose a length - summer or winter -, start at one end and end at the other, like shearing a ewe.

6%

Comments

Votes: 48

Posted: February 11, 2017


#740: Do you groom your Kerry yourself? Comments welcome!

Question suggested by Sharon Burnett


No.
I do some minor clipping.
I sometimes / often do my Kerry's grooming.
I always do my Kerry's grooming.

No.

32%

I do some minor clipping.

3%

I sometimes / often do my Kerry's grooming.

5%

I always do my Kerry's grooming.

59%

Comments

Votes: 59

Posted: February 04, 2017


#739: Do you know or suspect your Kerry might have one or more allergies? Comments very welcome!

Question suggested by Doug White- Toronto, Canda


Not that I've noticed.
Seems to be allergic to some foods.
Seems to be allergic to some grooming products.
Seems to be allergic to airborne irritants.
Seems to be allergic to more than one of the above.

Not that I've noticed.

55%

Seems to be allergic to some foods.

20%

Seems to be allergic to some grooming products.

2%

Seems to be allergic to airborne irritants.

15%

Seems to be allergic to more than one of the above.

8%

Comments

Votes: 40

Posted: January 28, 2017


#738: What is your Kerry's reaction to walks in inclement weather?

Question suggested by John Van den Bergh


Definitely doesn't like walk in poor weather, period!
Sometimes, he rather not go out because of the poor weather.
No, he doesn’t care what the weather is—always ready to go.
No matter what kind of weather, he sometimes refuses to go for a walk.
I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

Definitely doesn't like walk in poor weather, period!

31%

Sometimes, he rather not go out because of the poor weather.

25%

No, he doesn’t care what the weather is—always ready to go.

27%

No matter what kind of weather, he sometimes refuses to go for a walk.

8%

I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

10%

Comments

Votes: 52

Posted: January 21, 2017


#737:Often Kerries are born with a little white spot on their chest. Does your adult Kerry still have that spot?

Question suggested by John Van den Bergh


Never had a white spot.
Had a white spot on its chest, but it went away.
Still has the spot
I have more than one Kerry and they are different..

Never had a white spot.

48%

Had a white spot on its chest, but it went away.

25%

Still has the spot

18%

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

10%

Comments

Votes: 61

Posted: January 14, 2017


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