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#825: How old is your eldest Kerry?

Question suggested by Mike Fox - New Zealand


Under 1 year.
1-2 years old.
3-5 years old
6-10 years old.
11-13 years old.
14-15 years old.
Over 15 years old - please comment if you have a mo!
Just checking poll results.

Under 1 year.

3%

1-2 years old.

9%

3-5 years old

12%

6-10 years old.

29%

11-13 years old.

24%

14-15 years old.

9%

Over 15 years old - please comment if you have a mo!

6%

Just checking poll results.

9%

Comments

Votes: 34

Posted: September 15, 2018


#824: If your Kerry has problematic eye discharge, how do you deal with it?

Question suggested by Jann McQuay - Whitby, ON


None of my Kerrys has significant eye discharge.
I have a Kerry with significant eye discharge and it requires no attention from me.
I have a Kerry with significant eye discharge and I regularly use water to clean them up.
I have a Kerry with significant eye discharge and I regularly use something other than water to clean them up. Please comment!
Just checking poll results.

None of my Kerrys has significant eye discharge.

10%

I have a Kerry with significant eye discharge and it requires no attention from me.

3%

I have a Kerry with significant eye discharge and I regularly use water to clean them up.

48%

I have a Kerry with significant eye discharge and I regularly use something other than water to clean them up. Please comment!

21%

Just checking poll results.

17%

Comments

Votes: 29

Posted: September 08, 2018


#823: How do your Kerry/Kerries usually travel in the car?

Question suggested by Jann McQuay, Whitby ON


Crate.
Seatbelt / harness.
Loose.
Just checking poll results.

Crate.

13%

Seatbelt / harness.

47%

Loose.

24%

Just checking poll results.

16%

Comments

Votes: 38

Posted: September 01, 2018


#822: Have you ever owned a Kerry who would stomp his/her paw(s) as a gesture?

Question suggested by N'Anne Smith - Roswell, New Mexico


Yes.
No
Just checking poll results.

Yes.

42%

No

48%

Just checking poll results.

10%

Comments

Votes: 31

Posted: August 25, 2018


#821: Does your Kerry ever experience motion sickness?

Question suggested by Jann McQuay - Whitby, Ont.


Motion sickness was / is a problem as a pup.
Motion sickness has been a problem all my adult Kerry's life.
Upon rare occasions my Kerry has suffered motion sickness.
Motion sickness has never (yet) been an issue for my Kerry.
Checking poll results.

Motion sickness was / is a problem as a pup.

35%

Motion sickness has been a problem all my adult Kerry's life.

12%

Upon rare occasions my Kerry has suffered motion sickness.

12%

Motion sickness has never (yet) been an issue for my Kerry.

40%

Checking poll results.

0%

Comments

Votes: 40

Posted: August 18, 2018


#820: Does your Kerry enjoy being brushed?

Question suggested by Pat Harrelson - Sherwood, Arkansas


My Kerry doesn't like to be brushed.
My Kerry tolerates being brushed.
My Kerry enjoys being brushed.
It depends on what mood my Kerry is in.
My Kerrys hair is kept quite short so brushing isn't an issue.
I have more than one Kerry and they are different.
Just checking poll results.

My Kerry doesn't like to be brushed.

18%

My Kerry tolerates being brushed.

53%

My Kerry enjoys being brushed.

11%

It depends on what mood my Kerry is in.

13%

My Kerrys hair is kept quite short so brushing isn't an issue.

0%

I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

3%

Just checking poll results.

3%

Comments

Votes: 38

Posted: August 11, 2018


#819: When you and your leashed Kerry/ meet a stranger's dog on a walk, your Kerry will most likely:

Question suggested by Jann McQuay, Whitby ON


Be better to keep some distance
Be reactive, but manageable
Be reactive, but quet
Be friendly and happy
React in any of the above ways depending on what dog approaches.
I have more than one Kerry and they would likely react differently.
Just checking poll results.

Be better to keep some distance

14%

Be reactive, but manageable

29%

Be reactive, but quet

4%

Be friendly and happy

31%

React in any of the above ways depending on what dog approaches.

14%

I have more than one Kerry and they would likely react differently.

2%

Just checking poll results.

6%

Comments

Votes: 49

Posted: August 04, 2018


#818: About how many hours a day does your senior Kerry sleep?

Question suggested by Judi Young Honolulu, HI


4 8 hours
9 15 hours
16 20
Sleep when I can play? No way!
Other? Please comment.
Just checking poll results.

4 8 hours

22%

9 15 hours

50%

16 20

9%

Sleep when I can play? No way!

6%

Other? Please comment.

0%

Just checking poll results.

12%

Comments

Votes: 32

Posted: July 28, 2018


#817: A smiling Donald approaches as you wait for traffic and stoops to pat your Kerry on the head, she most likely:

Question suggested by dw


Takes a nip
Bares her teeth.
Shies away.
Accepts the attention.
Obviously appreciates the attention
I have more than one and they would act differently.

Takes a nip

12%

Bares her teeth.

2%

Shies away.

15%

Accepts the attention.

22%

Obviously appreciates the attention

44%

I have more than one and they would act differently.

5%

Comments

Votes: 41

Posted: July 21, 2018


#816: Would you describe your Kerry as "eager to please"?

Question suggested by dw


For sure, but that doesn't include pleasing me unless it pleases her.
My Kerry gives my wishes some attention.
My Kerry seems to enjoy showing me how obedient he is.
My Kerry lives to fulfill my wishes.
I have more than one Kerry and they are different.
Just checking poll rtesults.

For sure, but that doesn't include pleasing me unless it pleases her.

38%

My Kerry gives my wishes some attention.

23%

My Kerry seems to enjoy showing me how obedient he is.

4%

My Kerry lives to fulfill my wishes.

8%

I have more than one Kerry and they are different.

17%

Just checking poll rtesults.

11%

Comments

Votes: 53

Posted: July 14, 2018


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