Animal Law Resource Center
The Animal Law Resource Center provides access to legislation and legal matters pertaining to animals and the law. Information concerning animal cruelty, animal control, laboratory animal welfare, wildlife management and other issues related to animals in our society are included in this site....
May 30 2014
12th North American Regional Meeting of the International Society for Applied Ethology (NA-ISAE)
Mar 28 2014
The Ghosts in our Machine
Keeping Them Fed or Keeping Them Frozen: Disaster Preparedness and Response for Laboratories and Research Animals
Contributor(s):: Suzanna M. Blake
This presentation will explore the additional items to add to emergency preparedness and response plans to protect research and animals on campus. Using examples from recent disasters and events, the speaker will describe consequences of lack of preparedness, considerations for research...
"I didn't feel right about animal dissection": dissection objectors share their science class experiences
Contributor(s):: Oakley, J.
Behaviour of laboratory mice is altered by light pollution within the housing environment
Contributor(s):: Bedrosian, T. A., Vaughn, C. A., Weil, Z. M., Nelson, R. J.
Hormonal stress response of laboratory mice to conventional and minimally invasive bleeding techniques
Contributor(s):: Voigt, C. C., Klockner, P., Touma, C., Neuschl, C., Brockmann, G., Goritz, F., Palme, R., Thomsen, R.
Public attitudes toward the use of animals in research: effects of invasiveness, genetic modification and regulation
Contributor(s):: Ormandy, E. H., Schuppli, C. A., Weary, D. M.
Public attitudes towards grief in animals
Contributor(s):: McGrath, N., Walker, J., Nilsson, D., Phillips, C.
Animals under human management are often separated from conspecifics, which may lead to behaviour indicative of separation distress or grief. For the purposes of this paper, grief is considered as a biological response to separation, indicated by a bi-phasic ‘protest-despair’...
What dictionary are animal researchers using?
Contributor(s):: McMillan, F. D.
The public largely supports the use of animals in biomedical research, but only if they are sure that the animals are treated humanely. The scientific community has provided these assurances. Is this a truthful claim? I argue that when examined systematically, the claim that animals in research...
Why some people care for animals
Contributor(s):: Tiplady, C.
Newsletter of The American Association of Human-Animal Bond Veterinarians, Volume 15
Contents: Message from the President, pg 1Greetings from Pullman, WA, pg 1The Bernice Gilman Baily and Joseph Baily Endowed Chair in Animal Well-Being Science, pg 4Bustad's Legacy, pg 5Therapeutic horseback Riding at WSU CVM, pg 6Teaching Kids Life Skills, pg 8Animals, Humane Education and...
Newsletter of the American Association of Human-Animal Bond Veterinarians, Volume 14
Contents:Message from the President, pg 1About Honoring the Bond, pg 1Guest Editor: Jennifer Brandt LISW, Ph.D, pg 1The Human-Animal Bond and The Ohio State University Shelter Medicine and Surgery Program, pg 3The Laboratory for Wildlife and Environmental Health and the Avian Disease Laboratory:...
Making Lives Easier for Animals in Research Labs: Discussions by the Laboratory Animal Refinement & Enrichment Forum
Contributor(s):: Vera Baumans (editor), Casey Coke (editor), Jennifer Gren (editor), Erik Moreau (editor), David Morton (editor), Emily Patterson-Kane (editor), Annie Reinhardt (editor), Victor Reinhardt (editor), Pascalle Van Loo (editor)
Making Lives Easier for Animals in Research Labs: Discussions by the Laboratory Animal Refinement & Enrichment Forum is a collection of electronic conversations taken from the Animal Welfare Institute's Laboratory Animal Refinement & Enrichment Forum (LAREF). Participants discuss the treatment,...
Contributor(s):: Baumans, Vera, Coke, Casey, Green, Jennifer, Mareau, Erik, Morton, David, Patterson-Kane, Emily, Reinhardt, Annie, Reinhardt, Viktor, Van Loo, Pascalle
Enriching the Environment of the Laboratory Cat
Contributor(s):: Sandra McCune
Cats are intelligent, highly specialized carnivores. Like many predators, their senses are highly developed (reviewed by Bradshaw 1992). The cat's ability to hear, see and smell outside our own range give it a very different perception of its environment to ours. For example, it has a second...
Animals in Society: A New Focus for Veterinary Schools
Contributor(s):: Weer, Joan C.
The Problems of Dissection
Contributor(s):: Davis, Pat
Comments on Sacrificial Symbolism in Animal Experimentation: Object or Pet? by Arnold Arluke, with a Response by the Author
Anthrozoös II:2 carried on pages 98 through 117 an article based on ethnographic research conducted in animal-research laboratories. The paper argued that sacrifice is an ambivalent concept in the culture of animal experimentation, requiring both objectification of and identification with...
Veterinary Vision, Spring 2012
| Contributor(s):: Claire Eldridge (editor)
Veterinary Vision is a publication of The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. This yearly magazine explores the research, teaching, and outreach services of the College of Veterinary Medicine.