The Campbell test Was created in 1973 by an American etymologist.
It was originally intended to study the behavioral evolution of a dog from an early age to adulthood by a series of "exercises", the results of which could be compared to different ages of The life of the dog.
This test is now being presented on many websites and by specialists in the canine world as a way of determining the future character of a dog from an early age.
This interpretation of the Campbell test does not take into account the fact that the Campbell test on a 7 month old puppy is done at a time t with a particular person and in a particular environment. It can not in any case completely determine the character of the dog as an adult, since it obviously does not take into account its future environment, its education or its experiences to come.
This test can nevertheless be used to evaluate a tendency of the character of a dog from an early age.
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