canines, dogs, Opinion, PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS, surveys

What Kind of Dog is That? #Flyball

While many people like to know, “What kind of dog is that?” ..just to satisfy their curiosity, dog breed designations have also been used in an attempt to predict future behavior, match pets to families, find lost dogs, and even to restrict the ownership of certain types of dogs.

You are invited to participate in a national survey of dog experts to compare your best guesses for the breeds of dogs in a series of photographs. These visual assessments will be compared to DNA breed profiles for the dogs.  We invite all dog experts, including breeders, trainers, groomers, veterinarians, shelter staff, rescuers, and others to complete our brief survey to match dogs to their breeds. It’s fun and easy and just 10-15 minutes to identify the breeds in 20 dogs!

Start the survey now by clicking:

Calling All Dog Experts: What kind of dog is that?

Please feel free to forward this invitation to other dog experts that you may know. The survey will close on June 15, 2012.

Julie Levy, DVM, PhD, DACVIM,  Director, Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program

College of Veterinary Medicine 100126

2015 SW 16th Avenue

Gainesville, FL 32610

(352) 273-8722 (office),  (352) 392-6125 (fax), (please note this new email address)


About flyballtoday

A Channel and online newspaper devoted exclusively to the dogsport "Flyball". Flyball is a race over jumps for a ball. There are Flyball sanctioning organizations all over the world. Belgium, Australia, Germany, France, South Africa, Japan, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and United States and Canada. We are committed to reporting what's happening and where it's happening whenever it is happening in the world of Flyball TODAY!


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