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* 1. When working dog handlers called their dog high drive, they usually mean:

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* 2. If you’re not sure if a dog’s movement is an expression of drive, ask yourself what the focal point is, the motivation, that is causing the movement. If there is no focal point, it is probably not an expression of drive.

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* 3. High-drive working dogs often show obsessive behavior. For example, they might fetch a ball until the point of heatstroke.

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* 4. A dog who shows a lot of movement might be expressing:

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* 5. High drive working dogs cannot live in a home because they do not make good pets

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* 6. Dog selected for real work or working sports often show which of the following qualities when working:

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* 7. Anxiety and obsessive-compulsive behaviors are often more common and pronounced in working breeds

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* 8. When working dogs experience pressure or corrections in training, they often:

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* 9. One reason working dogs are bred with obsessive behavior is to cause them to “stay in the game” even when it does not appear to be much fun anymore. Examples of “staying in the game” might include:

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* 10. Working dog breeders and owners sometimes mistake anxiety for drive

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