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  1. Back to the Future: A Glance Over Wolf Social Behavior to Understand Dog–Human Relationship

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    | Contributor(s):: Giada Cordoni, Elisabetta Palagi

    This review focuses on wolf sociobiology to delineate the traits of cooperative baggage driven by natural selection (wolf-wolf cooperation) and better understand the changes obtained by artificial selection (dog-human cooperation). We selected some behaviors of the dog’s...

  2. The Role of Oxytocin in the Dog–Owner Relationship

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    | Contributor(s):: Sarah Marshall-Pescini, Franka S. Schaebs, Alina Gaugg, Anne Meinert, Tobias Deschner, Friederike Range

    Oxytocin (OT) is involved in multiple social bonds, from attachment between parents and offspring to “friendships”. Dogs are an interesting species in which to investigate the link between the oxytocinergic system and social bonds since they establish preferential bonds with their...

  3. Human-Animal Relationships in Supported Housing: Animal Atmospheres for Mental Health Recovery

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    | Contributor(s):: Friesinger, J. G., Birkeland, B., Thorød, A. B.

    Being in a relationship with an animal can promote the well-being of people. For many individuals, this usually takes place at home. This study reports about homes for people with mental health problems (with or without co-occurring substance use), who live in supported housing operated by...

  4. The Perceived Impact of The First UK COVID-19 Lockdown on Companion Animal Welfare and Behaviour: A Mixed-Method Study of Associations with Owner Mental Health

    | Contributor(s):: Shoesmith, Emily, Santos de Assis, Luciana, Shahab, Lion, Ratschen, Elena, Toner, Paul, Kale, Dimitra, Reeve, Catherine, Mills, Daniel S.

  5. Redefining human-animal relationships: an evaluation of methods to allow their empirical measurement in zoos

    | Contributor(s):: Patel, F., Whitehouse-Tedd, K., Ward, S. J.

  6. Negative attitudes of Danish dairy farmers to their livestock correlates negatively with animal welfare

    | Contributor(s):: Andreasen, S. N., Sandoe, P., Waiblinger, S., Forkman, B.

  7. On-farm testing of dairy calves' avoidance response to human approach: Effects of sex, age and test order

    | Contributor(s):: Ellingsen-Dalskau, K., Dean, K. R., Rousing, T.

  8. Attitudes of beef producers to disbudding and perception of pain in cattle

    | Contributor(s):: Wikman, I., Hokkanen, A. H., Pastell, M., Kauppinen, T., Valros, A., Hanninen, L.

  9. Assessing the welfare level of intensive fattening pig farms in Germany with the Welfare Quality (R) protocol: does farm size matter?

    | Contributor(s):: Meyer-Hamme, S. E. K., Lambertz, C., Gauly, M.

  10. Dog Fighting: Performing Masculinity in Rural South Punjab, Pakistan

    | Contributor(s):: Kavesh, Muhammad A.

  11. Animal and human emotion: Concepts and methodologies

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    | Contributor(s):: Cátia Correia Caeiro

    The human-dog relationship is particularly interesting for the study of emotions. The underlying concepts need to be made explicit and methods need to be adapted to the characteristics of the species studied as well as the shortcomings of the human experimenter’s perception.

  12. Assessing and Enhancing the Welfare of Animals with Equivocal and Reliable Cues

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    | Contributor(s):: Jason V. Watters, Bethany L. Krebs

    The actions of human caretakers strongly influence animals living under human care. Here, we consider how intentional and unintentional signals provided by caretakers can inform our assessment of animals’ well-being as well as help to support it. Our aim is to assist in further developing...

  13. Influence of Exercise Enrichment on Feedlot Cattle Behaviour and the Human–Animal Relationship

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    | Contributor(s):: Emma J. Dunston-Clarke, Isabella Hunter, Teresa Collins

    Finding practicable and cost-effective enrichment for cattle in feedlots is challenging. While enrichment should not negatively impact productivity, it could assist in improving feedlot sustainability by addressing societal concern that cattle have restricted, unnatural lives. In a feedlot 250...

  14. The Impact of COVID-19 on the Working Equid Community: Responses from 1530 Individuals Accessing NGO Support in 14 Low- and Middle-Income Countries

    | Contributor(s):: Wild, I., Gedge, A., Burridge, J., Burford, J.

  15. Encounters with a canine other: performing domestication in transnational animal rescue and rehoming

    | Contributor(s):: Schuurman, Nora

  16. The End of the Partnership With a Guide Dog: Emotional Responses, Effects on Quality of Life and Relationships With Subsequent Dogs

    | Contributor(s):: Lloyd, J., Budge, C., La Grow, S., Stafford, K.

  17. Close Companions? A Zooarchaeological Study of the Human-Cattle Relationship in Medieval England

    | Contributor(s):: Holmes, M., Hamerow, H., Thomas, R.

  18. Response of UK Horse, Pony and Donkey Owners to the Early Stages of the COVID-19 Pandemic

    | Contributor(s):: Hockenhull, J., Bell, C., White, J., Rogers, S.

  19. Salivary oxytocin in pigs, cattle, and goats during positive human-animal interactions

    | Contributor(s):: Lürzel, S., Bückendorf, L., Waiblinger, S., Rault, J. L.

  20. We Are Not Equals: Socio-Cognitive Dimensions of Lion/Human Relationships

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    | Contributor(s):: Marcus Baynes-Rock, Elizabeth Marshall Thomas

    This article documents a peaceful, albeit tense relationship between Ju/’hoan and lions in the Nyae Nyae region of the Kalahari during the 1950s.1 Unlike contexts where lions kill livestock and people and are persecuted in return, the Ju/’hoan and lions of the Nyae Nyae shared...