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  1. Interdisciplinary research to advance animal welfare science: an introduction

    Contributor(s):: Camerlink, I.

  2. Human-domestic animal interactions

    Contributor(s):: Broom, D. M., Fraser, A. F.

  3. Human-domestic animal interactions

    Contributor(s):: Broom, D. M., Fraser, A. F.

  4. The human-cat relationship

    Contributor(s):: Bernstein, Penny L., Rochlitz, Irene

  5. Projection and projective object in child animal-assisted psychotherapy [Theory]

    Contributor(s):: David, R. B., Parish-Plass, N.

  6. The unique ethical stance of animal-assisted psychotherapy [Issues]

    Contributor(s):: David, R. B., Parish-Plass, N.

  7. Dilemmas, questions, and issues concerning the integration of animals into the psychotherapy setting [Issues]

    Contributor(s):: Parish-Plass, N., Oren, D.

  8. Dogs for herding and guarding livestock

    Contributor(s):: Coppinger, L., Coppinger, R., Grandin, T.

    Dogs that perform best for guarding and herding livestock have different behavioural profiles, as stated by the authors: 'herding dogs are selected to show hunting behaviours, such as eye, stalk, grip or heel. Guarding dogs are selected to show more of the wild ancestor's puppy-like or juvenile...

  9. Well-being and its roots

    Contributor(s):: Fraser, A. F.

    This chapter describes the physiological and behavioural indicators of health and well-being in cats. The specific behavioural traits of some different cat breeds are also included.

  10. How animals respond to change

    Contributor(s):: Mills, D., Dube, M. B., Zulch, H.

    Sections on underpinning principles relating to stress in companion animals, the effects of presistent stress, or "Why Stress can be so Stressful", other considerations for assessing welfare, and stress auditing.

  11. Travel-related problems in pets

    Contributor(s):: Mills, D., Dube, M. B., Zulch, H.

    Sections on the nature and treatment of travel-related problems of pets, including cats.

  12. Introducing the new dog or cat into the home

    Contributor(s):: Mills, D., Dube, M. B., Zulch, H.

    Sections on potential stressors in the initial settling-in period, dos and don'ts for first encounters with a new pet, and problem prevention through education.

  13. Animal behavior forensics: evaluation of dangerous dogs and cruelty victims

    Contributor(s):: Reid, P. J., Miller, L., Zawistowski, S.

    Shelters are frequently faced with caring for animal who are embroiled in legal cases. This chapter outlines the history of forensic behavior evaluations and mades recommendations for appropriate assessment tools.

  14. What is suffering in animals?

    Contributor(s):: Weary, D. M., Appleby, M. C., Sandoe, P.

    In much of the recent animal welfare literature the word 'suffering' is used simply as an adjunct (as in 'pain and suffering') or to emphasize that the animal consciously perceives pain or some other negative affect. A stronger usage of the term implies that the negative feelings are prolonged,...

  15. Why some people care for animals

    Contributor(s):: Tiplady, C.

  16. Companion animals

    Contributor(s):: Corr, S. A.

  17. A model of stockperson-animal interactions and their implications for livestock

    Contributor(s):: Hemsworth, P. H., Coleman, G. J.

    This chapter presents a model of human-animal interactions in livestock production based on the factors involved in the relationship between stockperson and farm animal variables, including the influence of stockperson attitudes on his/her behaviour and of stockperson behaviour on animal...

  18. Conclusion: current and future opportunities to improve human-animal interactions in livestock production

    Contributor(s):: Hemsworth, P. H., Coleman, G. J.

    The opportunities to improve the stockpersons' attitudes toward livestock and improve their attitudes and job motivation to subsequwntly improve human-animal interactions, animal perormance and welfare are described.

  19. Stockperson behaviour and animal behaviour

    Contributor(s):: Hemsworth, P. H., Coleman, G. J.

    This chapter discusses the way the attitudes and behaviour of stockpersons develop and how these affect the productivity, behaviour and welfare of farm animals.

  20. Changing stockperson attitudes and behaviour

    Contributor(s):: Hemsworth, P. H., Coleman, G. J.

    The principles underlying stockperson attitude and behavioural change and the results of research on the effects of behaviour modification/change on livestock production and welfare are presented.