And in the Middle of My Chaos There Was You?-Dog Companionship and Its Impact on the Assessment of Stressful Situations
Contributor(s):: Krouzecky, C., Emmett, L., Klaps, A., Aden, J., Bunina, A., Stetina, B. U.
Early recognition of offspring vocalisation by mink mothers
Contributor(s):: Malmkvist, Jens
Mink deliver around the same time of year. Consequently, mink dams are exposed to other delivering dams and litters nearby in the same housing facility on farms. In addition, farmers often transfer kits between litters within the first week of life, as levelling large litters is believed to...
Arrival Stories: Using Participatory, Embodied, Sensory Ethnography to Explore the Making of an English City for Newly Arrived International Students
Contributor(s):: Stevenson, Andrew
Nurturing your pet with nature - Part 2: Sensory and discovery experiences
Contributor(s):: Rauh, R. M.
Is the Use of Animal Assisted Therapy/Activity Effective in Improving Quality of Life through Self-Efficacy, Self-Perceived Health, Sense of Coherence and Mood?
Contributor(s):: Keene, Kendra B.
Following human-given cues or not? Horses ( Equus caballus) get smarter and change strategy in a delayed three choice task
Contributor(s):: Lovrovich, P., Sighieri, C., Baragli, P.
To date, horses have seemed capable of using human local enhancement cues only when the experimenter remains close to the reward, since they fail to understand the communicative meaning of the human as momentary local enhancement cue (when the human is not present at the moment of the animal's...
The anthropozoology of domestication for milk productionAnthropozoologie de la domestication laitiere
Contributor(s):: Poplin, F.
Milk draws its substance from a living being of flesh and blood and from plant matter full of scents, through a two-cycle digestive system and fermentation in vivo, that of ruminants, which are also animals that provide meat ("you drink my milk, you eat my meat"). The pig, the "outlaw" of...
Constructing the dolphin's mind
Contributor(s):: Servais, Véronique
Sensing nature: encountering the world in hunting
Contributor(s):: Marvin, Garry
Well-being and its roots
Contributor(s):: Fraser, A. F.
This chapter describes the physiological and behavioural indicators of health and well-being in cats. The specific behavioural traits of some different cat breeds are also included.
Canine Sense and Sensibility: Tipping Points and Response Latency Variability as an Optimism Index in a Canine Judgement Bias Assessment
Contributor(s):: Nicholas Branson, Denis Cody, Timothy R. Starling, Paul D. McGreevy, Melissa J. Starling
Recent advances in animal welfare science used judgement bias, a type of cognitive bias, as a means to objectively measure an animal's affective state. It is postulated that animals showing heightened expectation of positive outcomes may be categorised optimistic, while those showing...
Noisy, smelly, dirty dogs: a sensorial autoethnography of living with dogs
Contributor(s):: Fiona Borthwick
There are many accounts of the current strong connection between dogs and some humans. These accounts imply or pre-suppose a strong social-sensual relation between dogs and their humans. In a highly visualised culture how is this social-sensual relation mediated? What role does olfaction play?...
And say the cat responded? Getting closer to the feline gaze
Contributor(s):: White, K.
A Comparison of the Sensory Development of Wolves (Canis lupus lupus) and Dogs (Canis lupus familiaris)
Contributor(s):: Lord, Kathryn
Morphological and Immunohistochemical Features of the Vomeronasal System in Dogs
Contributor(s):: Salazar, Ignacio, Cifuentes, Jose M., Sanchez-Quinteiro, Pablo
Late-stage dementia and participation in therapeutic activities
Contributor(s):: Kovach, Christine R., Magliocco, Jill S.
Sensory loss, dementia, and environments
Contributor(s):: Bakker, Rosemary
A dog is listening : the way some of our closest friends view us
Contributor(s):: Caras, Roger A.
An Exploration of the Health Benefits of Factors That Help Us to Thrive
Contributor(s):: Ironson, Gail H., Powell, Lynda H.
Equine learning behaviour. (Special Issue: Equine learning behaviour.)
Contributor(s):: Murphy, J., Arkins, S.