Epidemiological approaches to the pet overpopulation problem
Contributor(s):: Linda Kay Lord
Methods to accurately describe the pet overpopulation problem have been limited in their scope for the past 30 years. Although various studies have been conducted to estimate the magnitude of the problem at a local, state and national level, less than optimal methodology and response rates have...
Students with autism, service dogs, and public schools: A review of state laws
Contributor(s):: Hill, David R., King, Seth A., Mrachko, Alicia A.
Reconsidering a Weakened Regulation: A Critical Analysis of Delisting in the Endangered Species Act
Contributor(s):: Crystal D. Anderson
The grizzly bear, a magnificent creature that once ranged throughout the west, was recently delisted from the protection of the Endangered Species Act (ESA)x, which it had benefitted from since being listed as a threatened species in 1975. Presumably, this delistingshould have been supported by...
Animal mobilegalities: the regulation of animal movement in the American city
Contributor(s):: Braverman, I.
Attitudes of Taiwan veterinarians towards animal welfare
Contributor(s):: Wu, S. Y., Lai, Y. T., Fei, C. Y., Jong, D. S.
A survey was carried out to examine the attitudes of veterinarians in Taiwan towards animal welfare issues and current systems related to animal protection. The respondents were asked to express the extent to which they agreed with the importance of the Five Freedoms and relevant education in...
No increased stress response in horses on small and electrically fenced paddocks
Contributor(s):: Glauser, A., Burger, D., Dorland, H. A. van, Gygax, L., Bachmann, I., Howald, M., Bruckmaier, R. M.
Regular free movement is an important factor for the wellbeing of horses, reducing the risk of behavioural disorders as well as maintaining bodily functions healthy. Currently animal welfare legislations in several countries require minimal stay times in outdoor enclosures. However, clear legal...
Who Gets Charlie? The Emergence of Pet Custody Disputes in Family Law: Adapting Theoretical Tools from Child Law
Contributor(s):: Rook, Deborah
Notes on "Men, animals, and the law"
Contributor(s):: Nader, Laura
Unmasking the cosmopolitan tiger
Contributor(s):: Jalais, Annu
Current state of the chimpanzee pet trade in Sierra Leone
Contributor(s):: Kabasawa, Asami
'It Is As Bad To Be a Black Man's Animal As It Is To Be a Black Man' - The Politics of Species in Sol Plaatje's Native Life in South Africa
Contributor(s):: Swart, Sandra
Listing Decisions under the Endangered Species Act: Why Better Science Isn't Always Better Policy
Contributor(s):: Holly Doremus
The Road to Recovery: A New Way of Thinking about the Endangered Species Act
Contributor(s):: Federico Cheever
Punishing Depictions of Animal Cruelty: Unconstitutional or a Valid Restriction on Speech?
Contributor(s):: Kerry Adams
Animal Law in Nevada: All Bark and No Bite
Contributor(s):: Kathleen Wilde
The ethics of a co-regulatory model for farm animal welfare research
Contributor(s):: Phillips, C. J. C., Petherick, J. C.
Standards for farm animal welfare are variously managed at a national level by government-led regulatory control, by consumer-led welfare economics and co-regulated control in a partnership between industry and government. In the latter case the control of research to support animal welfare...
Animals and the Law: Property, Cruelty, Rights
Contributor(s):: Tannenbaum, Jerrold
Breachy" Sheep And Mad Dogs: Troublesome Domestic Animals In Rhode Island, 1750-1800
Contributor(s):: Herndon, Ruth Wallis
The Iowa Dog Law of 1862
The Wild Horse and Burro Issue, 1982
Contributor(s):: Wolfe, Michael L.