The human-horse relationship: how much do we know? (The Role of the Horse in Europe)
Contributor(s):: Robinson, I. H.
The impact of applied ethologists and the International Society for Applied Ethology in improving animal welfare
Contributor(s):: Millman, S. T., Duncan, I. J. H., Stauffacher, M., Stookey, J. M.
In the 35 years since the International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE) was founded, much of the scientific research done by applied ethologists has been concerned with understanding and improving animal welfare. There have been significant advances in conditions for farm and laboratory...
Empathic response to animal suffering: societal versus family influence
Contributor(s):: Fidler, M., Coleman, P., Roberts, A.
Attitudes to animals vary according to social conditions, current philosophies and personal experience. This paper reports the findings from two items which were part of a 21-item questionnaire investigating attitudes to non-pet animals. Participants were drawn equally from three consecutive and...
Australian Companion Animal Council Inc (ACAC). What is ACAC and why should you care?
Contributor(s):: Seksel, K.
The interactions between humans and animals: the contribution of ethnozoology
Contributor(s):: Santos-Fita, D., Costa Neto, E. M.
This review discusses the variety of interactions established between human cultures and animals is approached through the perspective of ethnozoology. As a branch of ethnobiology, ethnozoology investigates the knowledge, uses, and significance of animals in human societies. The following...
The legal implications of the veterinarian's role as a private practitioner and health professional, with particular reference to the human-animal bond: Part 2, The veterinarian's role in society
Contributor(s):: Jack, D. C.
At home with the dolphins
Contributor(s):: Bearzi, Giovanni
Contributor(s):: Ackerman, Diane
Dolphin healing from afar
Contributor(s):: Dobbs, Horace
Contributor(s):: Calvez, Leigh
Contributor(s):: Hogan, Linda
Interacting with captive dolphins
Contributor(s):: Frohoff, Toni
Interacting with dolphins in the wild: science, policy, and guidelines
Contributor(s):: Frohoff, Toni, Peterson, Brenda
Letting dolphins speak: are we listening?
Contributor(s):: Dudzinski, Kathleen
Contributor(s):: Kinsman, Cathy
Contributor(s):: Goffman, Oz
Solitary, yet sociable
Contributor(s):: Lockyer, Christina, Müller, Monica
Contributor(s):: Garrett, Howard
Swimming with dolphins in New Zealand
Contributor(s):: Constantine, Rochelle, Yin, Suzanne