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Only Dog Lovers Can Pass This Canine Slang Quiz?

Fancy yourself a dog lover? It's time to prove your know how. Only dog lovers can pass this canine slang quiz with ease. Are you up to the challenge? Let's find out!
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If your dog is laying in a "sploot," how are they laying?
Belly on the ground, feet pointed behind them.
Feet curled under belly.
On their back.

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If your dog is being a "derp," then they're acting pretty....
Strange
Silly
Aggressive

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If your dog is doing a "blep," what are they doing?
Burping uncontrollably.
Swimming in their dreams.
Sticking their tongue out.

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What is a "floof?"
A dog with a long tail.
A dog with wavy fur.
Any dog with very fluffy fur.

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True or false: A "bork" and a "bark" are two different things.
True
False

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True or false: A dog under the age of 2 is not a "doggo."
True
False

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A dog that is both tiny and cute is described as a _____ dog.
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Small
Little

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Can an adult dog also be a "pupper?"
Yes, if it's small and cute.
No, only puppies are puppers.
What are you talking about?

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What is a "boof?"
A silent bark.
A shrill high bark.
A low deep bark.

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When would you "boop" your dog?
When their snoot is very cute.
When they're being bad.
When they're being good.

C+, Canine Confused

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Uh-oh, you may be in the dog house with your canine companion tonight! When it comes to modern canine slang terms, you're a bit on the confused side. Worry not, just give your dog a few snoot boops and listen to them bork in happiness.

B+, Canine Fine

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You clearly love your dog and the current dog culture! Your knowledge of canine slang is truly above and beyond. You know how to boop and you certainly know that all doggos deserve pets! Go forth and continue being the best canine companion around.

A+, Doggo Delight

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You're a total doggo delight! You love canine culture and all of the slang words that revolve around being a dog owner. You frequently call your dog a pupper and love to give boops. You also the know that barks and borks should never be confused! You keep doing you, dog lover.
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1
If your dog is laying in a "sploot," how are they laying?
Belly on the ground, feet pointed behind them.
Feet curled under belly.
On their back.
2
If your dog is being a "derp," then they're acting pretty....
Strange
Silly
Aggressive
3
If your dog is doing a "blep," what are they doing?
Burping uncontrollably.
Swimming in their dreams.
Sticking their tongue out.
4
What is a "floof?"
A dog with a long tail.
A dog with wavy fur.
Any dog with very fluffy fur.
5
True or false: A "bork" and a "bark" are two different things.
True
False
6
True or false: A dog under the age of 2 is not a "doggo."
True
False
7
A dog that is both tiny and cute is described as a _____ dog.
Smol
Small
Little
8
Can an adult dog also be a "pupper?"
Yes, if it's small and cute.
No, only puppies are puppers.
What are you talking about?
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What is a "boof?"
A silent bark.
A shrill high bark.
A low deep bark.
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When would you "boop" your dog?
When their snoot is very cute.
When they're being bad.
When they're being good.

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