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  1. Dog behaviour prediction testing

    Contributor(s): Florian, M., Kottferova, J.

  2. Visitors’ Self-Reported Knowledge and Attitudes about an Animal-Free Exhibit on Animal Welfare

    Contributor(s): Erasmus, Marisa, Rollins, Jeffrey

  3. Single vs multiple cat adoptions: A trade-off between longer adoption times and social bonding in shelter cats

    Contributor(s): Engebrecht, L., Smith, T., Suchak, M.

    2022Animal Welfare313329-33910.7120/09627286.31.3.006text

  4. Effects of rearing methods on feather-damaging behavior and corticosterone metabolite excretion in the peach-faced lovebird (Agapornis roseicollis Vieillot)

    Contributor(s): Ebisawa, K., Kusuda, S., Nakayama, S., Pai, ChungYu, Kinoshita, R., Koie, H.

  5. Development of human-directed behavior in dairy calves reared individually or in pairs

    Contributor(s): Doyle, S. B., Lindner, E. E., Gingerich, K. N., Miller-Cushon, E. K.

  6. The ecology and evolution of human-wildlife cooperation

    Contributor(s): Cram, D. L., Wal, J. E. M. van der, Uomini, N., Cantor, M., Afan, A. I., Attwood, M. C., Amphaeris, J., Balasani, F., Blair, C. J., Bronstein, J. L., Buanachique, I. O., Cuthill, R. R. T., Jewel, Das, Daura-Jorge, F. G., Deb, A., Dixit, T., Dlamini, G. S., Dounias, E., Gedi, I. I., Gruber, M., Hoffmann, L. S., Holzlehner, T., Isack, H. A., Laltaika, E. A., Lloyd-Jones, D. J., et al.,

  7. A Correlational Study Exploring Nurse Work Anxiety and Animal-Assisted Therapy

    Contributor(s): Coto, J. A., Ohlendorf, E. K., Cinnamon, A. E., Ellis, T. L., Ondrey, M. A., Bartuch, P.

  8. Understanding the performance of truffle dogs

    Contributor(s): Cejka, T., Thomas, P. W., Oliach, D., Stobbe, U., Egli, S., Tegel, W., Centenaro, G., Sproll, L., Bagi, I., Trnka, M., Buntgen, U.

    2022Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research52/538-1310.1016/j.jveb.2022.04.002EnglishDepartment of Climate Change Impacts on Agroecosystems, Global Change Research Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Brno, South Moravian Region, Czech...

  9. Address the end of life of the animal in the presence of the children of the familyApproccio al fine vita dell'animale in presenza di bambini

    Contributor(s): Caux, A., Dattee, V.

  10. Supporting diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging to strengthen and position the veterinary profession for service, sustainability, excellence, and impact

    Contributor(s): Burkhard, M. J., Dawkins, S., Knoblaugh, S. E., El-Khoury, C., Coble, D., Malbrue, R. A., Read, E. K., Greenhill, L. M., Moore, R. M.

  11. Using a Delphi method to estimate the relevance of indicators for the assessment of shelter dog welfare

    Contributor(s): Berteselli, G. V., Messori, S., Arena, L., Smith, L., Dalla Villa, P., de Massis, F.

    2022Animal Welfare313341-35310.7120/09627286.31.3.007text

  12. Relations between metatarsal proximal extremity parameters and weight and height at the withers of the dromedary (Camelus dromedarius Linnaeus, 1758) in the Sahraoui and Targui “breeds”

    Contributor(s): Babelhadj, Baaissa, Thorin, Chantal, Benaissa, Atika, Colléaux, Mélanie, Guintard, Ana, Nair, Revathi, Tékkouk-Zemmouchi, Faïza, Ridouh, Rania, Picard, Catherine, Borvon, Aurélia, Adamou, Abdelkader, Betti, Éric, Guintard, Claude

  13. Why Let the Dogs Out? Exploring Variables Associated with Dog Confinement and General Characteristics of the Free-ranging Owned-Dog Population in a Peri-urban Area

    Contributor(s): Astorga, Francisca, Poo-Muñoz, Daniela Alejandra, Organ, John, Medina-Vogel, Gonzalo

  14. On the use of body mass measures in severity assessment in laboratory passerine birds

    Contributor(s): Andrews, C. P.

    2022Animal Welfare313387-40110.7120/09627286.31.1.013text

  15. Stakeholders' Perspectives on the Safety of an Adaptive Riding Program for Adults Living with Dementia and Care Partners

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Alicia A. Oestreich, Beth E. Fields

    The purpose of this qualitative community-based participatory research was to explore the safety perspectives of stakeholders involved in an adaptive horseback riding program designed to enhance the quality of life of adults living with dementia and their care partners. Human–animal...

  16. "The Cone of Shame": Welfare Implications of Elizabethan Collar Use on Dogs and Cats as Reported by their Owners

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Yustina Shenoda, Michael P. Ward, Dorothy McKeegan, Anne Fawcett

    Elizabethan collars are used in companion animals primarily to prevent self-trauma and associated negative welfare states in animals. However, they have been anecdotally associated with negative impacts on animal health and welfare including distress, abraded/ulcerated skin and misadventure....

  17. Early Life Modifiable Exposures and Their Association With Owner Reported Inflammatory Bowel Disease Symptoms in Adult Dogs

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Manal Hemida, Kristiina A. Vuori, Robin Moore, Johanna Anturaniemi, Anna Hielm-Björkman

    Background: Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is an idiopathic multifactorial disease in humans and dogs, usually assigned to the interactions between genes, gut microbiota, diet, environment, and the immune system. We aimed to investigate the modifiable early life exposures associated with IBD...

  18. Distribution of Superficial Body Temperature in Horses Ridden by Two Riders with Varied Body Weights

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Izabela Wilk, Elżbieta Wnuk-Pawlak, Iwona Janczarek, Beata Kaczmarek, Marta Dybczyńska, Monika Przetacznik

    It was assumed that a horse with its rider body weight found in the upper limit may negatively impact the horse’s welfare. The objective of this paper was to analyze the differences in body temperature and selected heart rate parameters in horses in response to physical exercise...

  19. Monitoring Acute Pain in Donkeys with the Equine Utrecht University Scale for Donkeys Composite Pain Assessment (EQUUS-DONKEY-COMPASS) and the Equine Utrecht University Scale for Donkey Facial Assessment of Pain (EQUUS-DONKEY-FAP)

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Machteld C. van Dierendonck, Faith A. Burden, Karen Rickards, Johannes P.A.M. van Loon

    Objective pain assessment in donkeys is of vital importance for improving welfare in a species that is considered stoic. This study presents the construction and testing of two pain scales, the Equine Utrecht University Scale for Donkey Composite Pain Assessment (EQUUS-DONKEY-COMPASS) and the...

  20. Domestic Foal Weaning: Need for Re-Thinking Breeding Practices?

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    Journal Articles | Contributor(s): Séverine Henry, Hrefna Sigurjónsdóttir, Aziliz Klapper, Julie Joubert, Gabrielle Montier, Martine Hausberger

    Artificial weaning is a standard practice known to be one of the most stressful events in a domestic foal’s life. Research has mainly focused on ways to alleviate weaning stress. However, there is still a need for more detailed research on what should constitute best practices with...