Keira - do you know what the requirements or criteria are to be given registration?
But what about people for whom English is there second language? Or those who have a reading disability or even an intellectual disability.....just a paper test
I can see that any kind of testing could never be used to 'license' people to own pets. More likely, it would be criteria or requirements to be met. But again, as Crested I think pointed out, the criteria would have to be so braod that it would not be effective.
Like Crested, I don't take my Pugs to training and never have. I don't walk them often either, only on weekends when I have the chance. My yard is absolutley miniscule in my new house and I have just made it smaller by adding to the deck. The yard is now only about 6m x 5m.