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Animal Welfare: A Contemporary Understanding Demands a Contemporary Approach to Behavior and Training
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Contributor(s):: E. Anne McBride, David J. Montgomery
Contemporary understanding of One Welfare highlights the intrinsic link between animal and human welfare and ethics, regarding physical and psychological well-being as equally important. These principles apply to all animals we keep, regardless of why we keep them. One factor influencing...
Cognition and the Development of Social Cognition in the Domestic Dog (Canis Lupus Familiaris)
Contributor(s):: Camille Ward
We examined cognition and the development of social cognition in domestic dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) with three studies. Study one focused on numerical competence in dogs and studies two and three addressed the development of social relationships among littermates. In the first study, we...
Warmth and competence in animals
Contributor(s):: Sevillano, Verónica, Fiske, Susan T.
Short-term animal-assisted play therapy for children
Contributor(s):: VanFleet, Risë, Faa-Thompson, Tracie, Kaduson, Heidi Gerard, Schaefer, Charles E.
HALTER: Using Horsequest as a Training Tool
Contributor(s):: Bailey, Elaine Long, Waite, Karen, Wilson, Kristen M.
Youth organizations, such as 4-H, need dedicated, knowledgeable adult volunteer leaders. Oftentimes, adults are intimidated to work with youth, either because of questionable understanding of youngsters or due to limited subject knowledge. This is particularly true with volunteers for youth...
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