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  1. Post-communist canine: a feminist approach to women and dogs in canine performance sports in Poland

    Contributor(s):: Wlodarczyk, J.

    The article attempts to present the complexity of relationships between women, capitalism, democracy, and competitive dog training in post-communist Poland. The article documents the correlation between increased involvement of women in competitive canine sports in Poland after 1989, changes in...

  2. The regulator dog: first results of a prospective study in the dog-breeding environmentLe chien regulateur: premiers resultats d'une enquete prospective en milieu cynophile

    Contributor(s):: Napierala-Ruquois, F.

    The regulator dog, used for its ability as an intraspecific socialisor, was the subject of a prospective study of various canine professionals. This enabled the profile, uses and effectiveness of the regulator dog to be defined. The survey also showed that, although there are various opposing...

  3. Toileting troubles part 1: factors influencing house soiling in cats and dogs

    Contributor(s):: Tomlinson, C.

    The discovery of faeces and urine in the home is a common annoyance for owners of cats and dogs and is often perceived, incorrectly, as an inevitable part of pet ownership. Lack of early intervention can lead to long-term house soiling; this can be exasperating and put strain on the human-animal...

  4. Cognition and learning in horses (Equus caballus): what we know and why we should ask more

    Contributor(s):: Brubaker, L., Udell, M. A. R.

    Horses (Equus caballus) have a rich history in their relationship with humans. Across different cultures and eras they have been utilized for work, show, cultural rituals, consumption, therapy, and companionship and continue to serve in many of these roles today. As one of the most commonly...

  5. A preliminary study of the effects of individual response to challenge tests and stress induced by humans on learning performance of weaned piglets (Sus scrofa)

    Contributor(s):: Brajon, S., Laforest, J. P., Schmitt, O., Devillers, N.

    This study investigated whether individual behavioural characteristics of piglets and stress induced by experience with humans can influence learning performance. After weaning, piglets received a chronic experience with humans to modulate their emotional state: rough (ROU), gentle (GEN), or...

  6. Monty Roberts' Public Demonstrations: Preliminary Report on the Heart Rate and Heart Rate Variability of Horses Undergoing Training during Live Audience Events

    Contributor(s):: Loni Loftus, Kelly Marks, Rosie Jones-McVey, Jose L. Gonzales, Veronica L. Fowler

    Effective training of horses relies on the trainer’s awareness of learning theory and equine ethology, and should be undertaken with skill and time. Some trainers, such as Monty Roberts, share their methods through the medium of public demonstrations. This paper describes the opportunistic...

  7. Impact of Androstenone on Leash Pulling and Jumping Up in Dogs

    Contributor(s):: Glenna Pirner, John McGlone

    Dogs are relinquished to shelters due to behavioral problems, such as leash pulling and jumping up. Interomones are chemical cues produced by one species that elicit a response in a different species. We reported earlier that androstenone, a swine sex pheromone, acts as an interomone to reduce...

  8. Assessment of Working Dog Suitability from Quantimetric Data

    Contributor(s):: Joelle Alcaidinho, Giancarlo Valentin, Nate Yoder, Stephanie Tai, Paul Mundell, Melody Jackson

    We propose new approaches to assessing the suitability of  potential working dogs for a given occupation. The main  focus is placed on continuously-recording technology that  does not rely on constant human observation. An example  is provided in the form of a pilot study...

  9. Save a Dog's Life: Karyn Garvin at TEDxTucson

    Contributor(s):: Karyn Garvin

    Karyn Garvin’s talk, “Saving a Dogs’ Life” will appeal to dog enthusiasts from all walks of life. She brings a unique clarity to the distinction between Separation Anxiety in dogs and another condition referred to as Containment Phobia in dogs. The concern is that...

  10. Why using dog training psychology to train people makes sense: Graeme Hall at TEDxLeamingtonSpa

    Contributor(s):: Graeme Hall

    As one of Britain's top dog trainers, Graeme – aka “The Dogfather” has helped over 4,000 dogs and one fox. Here, he reveals why his magic formula for taming even the wildest dogs can work on humans. Acknowledged by the media as one of Britain's top dog trainers,...

  11. The history and training of the therapy dog for school personnel

    Contributor(s):: Carmen Wille, Sue Montgomery

    Since the time dogs were first domesticated, they have played an important role in providing companionship and comfort. It was a natural extension of this human animal bond to use dogs to provide this same comfort to others as what is now know as dog-assisted therapy. This project reviews the...

  12. Dogs2DogTags

    We create an opportunity to save shelter dogs, train them, and place them with deserving service members who have been diagnosed with post-combat stress and anxiety. There is no out of pocket cost for the veteran to receive a trained dog, and they gain a constant companion to help them cope with...

  13. Assistance Canine Training Services (ACTS)

    Doing business as Assistance Canine Training Services (A.C.T.S.), the Nathaniel J. Williams Foundation was founded with a mission of training service dogs for people with physical disabilities, and therapy dogs for professionals working with people who may benefit from animal assisted therapy.In...

  14. Galloping Toward Recovery: An Interview with Dave Beck of Cirque Lodge

    05 Jul 2016 | Posted by Katie Carroll

    Cirque Lodge Director of Experiential Therapies Dave Beck Many recovering alcoholics and drug addicts feel powerless and shameful.  When they first enter Cirque Lodge, a residential...

    http://habricentral.org/members/2412/blog/2016/07/galloping-towards-recovery-an-interview-with-dave-beck-of-cirque-lodge

  15. Cognition and learning in horses ( Equus caballus): what we know and why we should ask more

    Contributor(s):: Brubaker, L., Udell, M. A. R.

    Horses ( Equus caballus) have a rich history in their relationship with humans. Across different cultures and eras they have been utilized for work, show, cultural rituals, consumption, therapy, and companionship and continue to serve in many of these roles today. As one of the most commonly...

  16. Apr 23 2016

    University of Tennessee Veterinary Medicine Open House 2016

    Welcome to Our House!Tennessee is home to one of only 28 veterinary colleges in the country.Every spring, the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine students organize an Open House...

    http://habricentral.org/events/details/424

  17. Apr 14 2016

    Animal Assisted Play Therapy Workshop

    This training is designed for child, adult,  and family therapists who wish to train and work with therapy animals to enhance their play therapy and other clinical work.The workshop provides...

    http://habricentral.org/events/details/456

  18. Helping Client Manage the Aggressive Dog

    Contributor(s):: Julia Albright

  19. Licorne & Phenix

    Unicorn & Phoenix, the French organization for the animal assisted interventions. The purpose of our organization is the advancement of exchanges, education and encounters between friends and workers in the field of animal assisted interventions.Our organization is a real meeting space for...

  20. Pet Village Cooperativa Sociale

    Pet Village is a social cooperative that strives for the design and implementation of Assisted Programs with the Animals - PET THERAPY - in the field of education , therapy and rehabilitation . The Pet Therapy is the set of educational and rehabilitative interventions carried out with the aid of...