(Your) Life's book
Contributor(s): Erasmo de Oliveira
(Your) Life’s book Two pets in each home!ANIMALS ARE ANGELS and the fact is you came to this world with the RIGHT to have two of these angels at your home, so is the Nature’s law, so is the reality, the rest, is MATRIX, blablabla and political interest. And look that right is a...
10 Considerations for Adding the Courts to Your Facility
A growing number of jurisdictions across the country are including the use of trained and registeredanimals – such as therapy and “facility” dogs – to offer therapeutic assistance to crime victims. TheNational District Attorneys Association assembled as task force in 2012 to offer recommended...
1980 Nebraska Swine Report
Contributor(s): Roger W. Mandigo, Louise M. Dalton, Dennis G. Olson, Clayton L. Kelling, Roy Carlson, E.R. Peo Jr., T.J. Janssen, F. Caporaso, Donald G. Levis, Michael Brumm, David P. Shelton, D.M. Danielson, William Ahlschwede, Robert M. Timm, Bobby D. Moser, Elbert C. Dickey, Gerald Bodman, Austin Lewis
This 1980 Nebraska Swine Report was prepared by the staff in Animal Science and cooperating departments for use in the Extension and Teaching programs at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Authors from the following areas contributed to this publication: Swine Nutrition, swine diseases,...
2000 Nebraska Beef Cattle Report
Cow/CalfAge of Calf at Weaning of Spring-Calving Beef Cows and the Effect on Production EconomicsSupplementing Metabolizable Protein to Yearling Heifers Grazing Winter RangeRefinement of the MGA/PGF Synchronization Program for Heifers Using a 19-Day PGF InjectionReplacement Heifer Development...
2016 Study of Current Conditions of Kentucky County Animal Shelters and Degree of Compliance with Kentucky Animal Shelter Laws
Reports | Contributor(s): Cynthia L. Gaskill, Rachel Cullman-Clark, Liane Lachiewicz, Matt Lamarre, Brad Rohleder, Kristin Sadler, Rachel Sparling, Craig N. Carter
Kentucky’s county animal shelter conditions have not been studied for over 20 years. Major goals of this study were to assess current conditions in Kentucky’s county shelters and determine the degree of compliance with Kentucky shelter laws. Additional information was gathered to...
5 Steps for Developing a Courthouse Therapy Dog Program in Your Jurisdiction
A list of steps for court personnel on the process of getting a Courthouse Therapy Dog Program.
A interação do homem pantaneiro com seu cavalo
Reports | Contributor(s): Raquel Soares Juliano, Sandra Aparecida Santos, Urbano Gomes Pinto de Abreu, Roberto Aguilar Machado Santos Silva, Marcos Tadeu Borges Daniel Araujo
The importance of the Pantaneiro horse for the man who lives in the field, creating and working the cattle, is evident and it is an interface of pantanal everyday life, still little studied, under the specific perspective of science. The text brings information from the literature and from...
A Member of the Family: A Practical Ideal Type for Including Companion Animals in Protective Orders
Reports | Contributor(s): Loi N Taylor
Research Purpose: The purpose of this research is threefold using the 13 states that passed legislation to include companion animals in protective orders between 2006 and 2009. The first purpose is to establish a practical ideal type for the automatic inclusion of companion animals in protective...
A Monarch's Best Friend: Dogs of Tudor England
Reports | Contributor(s): Robert D. Franco
The courtly pastimes of sixteenth-century Europe have received thorough analysis by scholars. However, some of the most prominent features of a European court were the pets that lived with nobles and courtiers. These animals have received little attention from historians, and the study of their...
A Quantitative Analysis of Kalandars and Captive Bears in Pakistan
Reports | Contributor(s): Thomas P. Rooney, Kendra C. Millam
In 2013, the Bioresource Research Centre (Islamabad, Pakistan) conducted a comprehensive census of the remaining dancing and bear-baiting bears in Pakistan. This involved locating and counting the actual involved bears and bear keepers (kalandars), collecting detailed socio-economic data from the...
A Report on Animal Overpopulation: Breeding Surplus Dogs and Cats Causes Suffering
Reports | Contributor(s): The Humane Society Of The United States
Overbreeding has created a surplus of nearly 50 million dogs and cats. These animals are unwanted and homeless. Some of them--the lucky ones--will get a quick, merciful death at humane society shelters. Most, however, haven't even the hope of being reached and protected from suffering in the...
A scientific look at the human-animal bond
Reports | Contributor(s): PAWSitive InterAction
A simple method for determining pulse width as a substitute for RR interval: A brief technical guide
Reports | Contributor(s): James Heathers, Matthew Goodwin
Photoplethysmography (PPG) provides cheap, simple access to pulsatile intervals which correspond to heart beats. However, it often provides a signal which is significantly degraded,and requires cleaning. Manual correction is time consuming, automated correction often fails to deal with unusual...
A Victim's Advocate supports therapy dogs in the courtroom
Reports | Contributor(s): S. Parmalee
A letter from Susan Parmalee, Victim Advocate, Office of the State Attorney, Second Judicial Circuit, Tallahassee, FL to lawmakers regarding the benefits of using of therapy dogs in courtrooms.
A.A.E (Animal Assisted Education)
Reports | Contributor(s): Mari Nakajima, Masakazu Sugawara
Contents:Animal assisted education in Junior High SchoolAnimal assisted therapyAnimal assisted activity
Action Research, Knowledge & Impact: Experiences of the Global Livestock CRSP Pastoral Risk Management Project in the Southern Ethiopian Rangelands
Reports | Contributor(s): David Layne Coppock
The PARIMA project began in 1997 with a mission to conduct research, outreach, and training to improve pastoral risk management in Ethiopia and Kenya. By late 2009 it is clear that the project has achieved positive impact on the lives of many pastoralists on Ethiopia’s Borana Plateau. This...
Adolescent Coping Styles and Outdoor Education: Searching for the Mechanisms of Change
Reports | Contributor(s): James T. Neill, Bernd Heubeck
Agriculture-associated diseases research at ILRI: Neglected zoonoses
Reports | Contributor(s): E. Fèvre, D. Grace
Neglected zoonoses thrive in neglected populations and impose burdens on both health and livelihoods. Integrated “One Health” approaches offer new promise in tackling these old diseases.
All the lizards stand and say "Yes Yes Yes" : the element of play in legal actions against animals and inanimate objects
Reports | Contributor(s): Anna Pervukhin
Legal actions against non-humans (whether animals or objects) were once widespread. They were viewed seriously and undoubtedly served important social functions. This article considers the possibility that some of these actions may have been playful as well. Certain aspects of legal actions...
An Examination of US Consumer Pet and Veterinary Expenditures, 1980-1999
Reports | Contributor(s): Christopher A. Wolf, James W. Lloyd, J. Roy Black
The veterinary medical profession touches nearly everyone's life, either directly or indirectly. An estimated 58.3% of US households own pets (AVMA, 2002), and most people consume livestock products in the form of meat, dairy products, wool, or leather. The health and well being of all these...