Perspectives on salmon feed: a deliberative assessment of several alternative feed resources
Contributor(s):: Gillund, F., Myhr, A. I.
The future of salmon aquaculture depends on the adoption of alternative feed resources in order to reduce the need for fish meal and fish oil. This may include resources such as species from lower trophic levels, by-products and by-catch from fisheries and aquaculture, animal by-products, plants,...
The effects of raising animals on children's biological knowledge
Contributor(s):: Inagaki, Kayoko
Review of Animal Rights and Human Morality
Contributor(s):: Dale Jamieson
Professor Rollin is well known to readers of this journal, at least by name and reputation. He has logged more miles and spoken to more people on behalf of animals more than any other philosopher I can think of, save Peter Singer. Now Rollin has brought out a book. I think it is a very good book,...
A pilot study on assessment of dog owners' attitude towards their dogs
Contributor(s):: Salgrl, Y., Emre, B., Besgul, K., Ozturk, H., Sagmanlgl, V.
It is known that having both theoretical and practical knowledge about main and further needs and training of dogs as well as communication with them have critical importance for dog owners in order to maintain a good dog-human relationship. In Turkey, dogs have taken the lead in pet population...
Knowledge, attitude, and problems of Aomori citizens in keeping and managing dogs as pets
Contributor(s):: Irimajiri, M., Nakanishi, K., Watanabe, K., Matsuura, A., Yamazaki, A., Onishi, Y., Hodate, K.
A survey was conducted to learn how dog owners in Aomori prefecture are keeping and managing their pet dogs. A questionnaire containing 29 questions and was conducted at animal hospitals and other locations. Four hundred and seventy one people responded. Seventy percent of the respondents were...
Animal related activities as determinants of species knowledge
Contributor(s):: Randler, Christoph
Animals in the lives of young Maltese children
Contributor(s):: Tunnicliffe, Sue Dale, Gatt, Suzanne, Agius, Catherine, Pizzuto, Sue Anne
Moral disengagement and attitudes about violence toward animals
Contributor(s):: Vollum, S., Buffington-Vollum, J., Longmire, D. R.
Pet ownership and adults' views on the use of animals
Contributor(s):: Wells, D. L., Hepper, P. G.
Capitalizing on the human-animal bond to teach ethics to youth
Contributor(s):: Rusk, C. P., Brubaker, K. M., Balschweid, M. A., Pajor, E. A.
Guidelines for testing expert knowledge of dog owners - theoretical and practical requirements
Contributor(s):: Schmidt, W. D.
The expert group of the German Veterinary Chamber has established a frame-work of basic knowledge for education and examination of normal dog owners together with other groups. The most important topics of the theoretical part are: Ethology (social-behavior, communication dog-human and dog-dog,...
Pet ownership and knowledge of zoonotic diseases in De Kalb County, Georgia
Contributor(s):: Fontaine, R. E., Schantz, P. M.
In a telephone survey in September 1986, 62% of interviewed households had pets (42% with dogs and 30% with cats). Respondents were poorly informed about the potential health hazards associated with animals. Only 63% of household heads believed that diseases of pets could be transmitted to humans...
Urban park visitors and their knowledge of animal species
Contributor(s):: Randler, C., Hollwarth, A., Schaal, S.
Informal or incidental learning in recreational parks has been rarely assessed, although most city-dwellers enjoy and appreciate wildlife in their day-to-day lives. Incidental or informal learning is non-intentional and grows out of spontaneous situations and is mostly self-directed. Here, we...