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Evidence of horsemanship and dogmanship and their application in veterinary contexts

By E. Payne, M. Boot, M. Starling, C. Henshall, A. McLean, P. Bennett, P. McGreevy

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Publication Title Veterinary Journal
Volume 204
Issue 3
Pages 247-254
ISBN/ISSN 1090-0233
Language English
Author Address [Payne, E; Boot, M; Starling, M; Henshall, C; McGreevy, P] Univ Sydney, Fac Vet Sci B19, Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia [McLean, A] Australian Equine Behav Ctr, Broadford, Vic 3658, Australia [Bennett, P] La Trobe Univ, Sch Psychol Sci, Bendigo, Vic 3552, AustraliaPayne, E. (reprint author), Univ Sydney, Fac Vet Sci B19, Sydney, NSW 2006, Australiaepay1031@uni.sydney.edu.au
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  1. Affective states
  2. Behavior and behavior mechanisms
  3. Canine
  4. Companion
  5. Dogs
  6. Domestic animals
  7. Horsemanship
  8. Horses
  9. Human-animal bond
  10. Methods
  11. peer-reviewed
  12. reinforcement
  13. riding animals
  14. safety
  15. secure bases
  16. therapy
  17. training
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