Domestic Dogs in Communal Lands: Implications for CAMPFIRE Schemes
Contributor(s):: J.R.A. Butler
Studies to assess the effect of pet training aids specifically remote static pulse systems on the welfare of domestic dogs
Contributor(s):: Jonathan Cooper, Hannah Wright, Daniel Mills, Rachel Casey, Emily Blackwell, Katja Van Driel, Jeff Lines
This project assessed the welfare of dogs trained with pet training aids, specifically remote static pulse collar systems (e-collars). Previous work has focused on a very limited number of devices in a very limited range of contexts and the evidence of the impact of such devices on dog's...
Studies to assess the effect of pet training aids, specifically remote static pulse systems, on the welfare of domestic dogs: field study of dogs in training
Contributor(s):: Jonathan Cooper, Nina Cracknell, Jessica Hardiman, Daniel Mills
The project had a single aim, namely to assess the impact of use of remote static pulse electric training aids (e-collars) during the training of dogs in comparison to dogs referred for similar behavioural problems but without e-collar training. The specific objective was to use appropriate...
AnS 495 and 496A: European Perspectives on Farm Animal Welfare in England and Scotland
Contributor(s):: Anna K. Johnson, Lee H. Kilmer
Concern about the welfare of domesticated animals has increased dramatically in the United States and across many other industrialized countries. The issues involved are complex, and there is widespread disagreement both as to the extent of human responsibilities toward animals and how those...