I.Q. Test for Dogs

Now you can prove your dog is a genius! Would you bark up $60 for the test?

Read all about it on The Huffington Post:

A North Carolina-based company recently launched an IQ test for dogs called Dognition. For $60 per pooch, customers get access to a long, online questionnaire and a series of exercises to complete with Fido to measure his cognitive abilities, like how well he comprehends gestures or learns new words. After completing the interactive tests, which take around 80 minutes start to finish, the results classify Fido into one of eight kinds of intelligence. The test doesn’t rank dogs the same way human IQ test scores might, but instead points to a dog’s particular smarts — maybe his high aptitude for vocabulary or special ability to navigate through space.

 


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