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Using the mini C-BARQ to investigate the effects of puppy farming on dog behaviour

By Laura M. Wauthier, Animals Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to, Joanne M. Williams

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High demand for dogs in countries like the UK can lead to illegal intensive breeding and illegal importation of puppies for the pet trade. The current study investigates the effects of intensive breeding or 'puppy farming' on canine behaviour, explores new ways of predicting negative outcomes and...

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  1. Animal behavior
  2. Breeding
  3. Canine