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  1. It's Not Paradise for the Dogs and Shelter Workers: Dog Welfare and Occupational Stress in Animal Shelters in Hawaii

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    | Contributor(s):: Lynn Morrison

    Dog welfare and occupational stress of animal shelter workers at two sites on Hawaii Island were examined. The east side had higher euthanasia rates than the west side. The two sites are in locales that differ culturally and economically. The goal of this study is to (1) elucidate how dog...

  2. Establishing a working definition for veterinary care desert

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    | Contributor(s):: Bunke, Laura, Harrison, Scarlett, Angliss, Gillian, Hanselmann, Rhea

    OBJECTIVE: To develop a formal definition of veterinary care deserts as guidance for veterinary and animal welfare professionals to easily identify areas with limited access to veterinary care that can be targeted with expansion or implementation of programs and services. SAMPLE: 52 sources...

  3. Ensuring ethical animal welfare research: are more ethics review committees the solution?

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    | Contributor(s):: Nielsen, B. L., Golledge, H. D. R., Chou, JenYun, Camerlink, I., Pongracz, P., Ceballos, M. C., Whittaker, A. L., Olsson, I. A. S.

    The article discusses ways to ensure ethical animal welfare research, and suggests that more committees should improve accessibility, but other factors need to be considered as well. The article emphasizes that animal welfare researchers must think about the ethical aspects of their work from...

  4. Description of Twenty-Nine Animal Hoarding Cases in Italy: The Impact on Animal Welfare

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    | Contributor(s):: Sacchettino, Luigi, Gatta, Claudia, Giuliano, Viviana Orsola, Bellini, Francesca, Liverini, Alessia, Ciani, Francesca, Avallone, Luigi, d’Angelo, Danila, Napolitano, Francesco

    The hoarding of animals is a psychiatric disease, characterized by a compulsive collection of animals, with a relevant impact upon the care and welfare of animals, as well as on human society. In Italy, there are neither substantial reports nor information shared about such a phenomenon, making...

  5. Animal welfare deserts: human and nonhuman animal inequities

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    | Contributor(s):: Reese, L., Li, X. M.

    Residents of distressed areas of inner cities have less access to many of life's necessities and amenities than their more well-off counterparts. Geographic proximity has been identified as a primary barrier to accessing care for pets potentially creating animal welfare deserts. This...

  6. Developing and Planning a Protocol for Implementing Health Promoting Animal Assisted Interventions (AAI) in a Tertiary Health Setting

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    | Contributor(s):: Hamilton-Bruce, M. A., Young, J., Nottle, C., Hazel, S. J., Milton, A. G., McDowall, S., Mani, B., Koblar, S.

    The Ottawa Charter identifies that multiple levels of government, non-government, community, and other organizations should work together to facilitate health promotion, including in acute settings such as hospitals. We outline a method and protocol to achieve this, namely an Action Research...

  7. Social licence to cull: examining scepticism toward lethal wildlife removal in cities

    | Contributor(s):: Essen, E. von, Redmalm, D.

  8. Separation distress in a sample of rescued galgos form Spain

    | Contributor(s):: Normando, S. R. C., Bertomoro, F., Bonetti, O.

  9. Review: Sentientism - for whose sake? Ethics, sciences, and crypto-teleological fact-value bridges, illustrated by the research about sentience in invertebrates

    | Contributor(s):: Baranzke, H., Ingensiep, H. W.

  10. Review: Animal husbandry and sustainable agriculture: is animal welfare (only) an issue of sustainability of agricultural production or a separate issue on its own?

    | Contributor(s):: Wawrzyniak, D.

  11. Possibilities of reducing fearfulness and stress in horses by prophylactic methods and behavioural therapies

    | Contributor(s):: Budzynska, M., Jarosz, M., Kapustka, J.

  12. Maus-tratos pelo abandono de animais no periodo de ferias

    | Contributor(s):: Ataide Junior, V. de P., Bastos, P. A. de S., Caron, A. J. B.

  13. Integrating dog shelters in the One Health perspective: is this truly achievable?

    | Contributor(s):: Sacchettino, L., Gatta, C., Pelagalli, A., Maruccio, L., Napolitano, F., Avallone, L., D'Angelo, D.

  14. How can we tackle interruptions to human-wildlife feeding management? Adding media campaigns to the wildlife manager's toolbox

    | Contributor(s):: Griffin, L. L., Nolan, G., Haigh, A., Condon, H., O'Hagan, E., McDonnell, P., Kane, A., Ciuti, S.

  15. From domination to dialogue and the ethics of the between:transforming human-working equine relationships in mountain tourism

    | Contributor(s):: Cousquer, G.

  16. Can cat caregivers reliably assess acute pain in cats using the Feline Grimace Scale? A large bilingual global survey

    | Contributor(s):: Monteiro, Beatriz P., Lee, Netta H. Y., Steagall, Paulo

  17. Biomedical research with a Caribbean one-health perspective

    | Contributor(s):: Cheetham, S., Stone, D., Marancik, D., Kaplan, R. M., Olson, N. C.

  18. Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Behavioural Tendencies of Cats and Dogs in Japan

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    | Contributor(s):: Takagi, Saho, Koyasu, Hikari, Hattori, Madoka, Nagasawa, Takumi, Maejima, Michiro, Nagasawa, Miho, Kikusui, Takefumi, Saito, Atsuko

    Physical and mental effects stemming from COVID-19 have impacted not only people’s lives but also the lives of their pets, which in recent years are often seen as members of the family. This study aimed to explore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Japan on pets and their owners....

  19. The consideration of animals within australian social work curriculum

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    | Contributor(s):: Duvnjak, Angella, Dent, Ashleigh

    ABSTRACT There is growing impetus for social work to move beyond a human-centric social justice orientation to include the consideration of animals. Social work programs in Australia are currently not required to include content related to animals within the curricula and little is known about...

  20. The effect of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions on self-directed behaviour, activity budgets, movement patterns, and spatial use in semi-captive African elephants (Loxodonta africana)

    | Contributor(s):: Manning, Primrose, Dawson, Elisabeth, Tholander, Christina, Bonato, Maud