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  1. Veterinary history and the development of human relationships with animals

    Contributor(s):: Jones, G. C.

    2022Veterinary Record190284-840042-490010.1002/vetr.1420English0WileyChichester, UKtext

  2. "Maintaining the Mobility of the Corps:" Horses, Mules, and the Canadian Army Veterinary Corps in the Great War

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    | Contributor(s):: Andrew McEwen, Patrick Brennan

    Animal transportation played a crucial role in the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) during the Great War. In an era of growing mechanization and technological development, horses and mules still provided the overwhelming bulk of draught power in the combat zone. They hauled artillery,...

  3. The relationship between man and cat in the medieval and early modern Low Countries II. The home cat and the tormented catLa relation entre l'homme et le chat dans les anciens pays-bas au moyen age et a l'epoque moderne II. Le chat domestique et le c

    | Contributor(s):: Aerts, E.

    Only from the middle of the 17th century did the cat receive a modest place in the context of the new home decoration that had contributed to a process of identity formation and cultural distinction. This status improvement did not prevent the vast majority of the feline population from being...

  4. The study of veterinary history during the last decadesDe beoefening van veterinaire geschiedenis in de afgelopen decennia

    | Contributor(s):: Koolmees, P.

    Traditionally, this field was mainly studied by veterinarians writing stories about veterinarians for a veterinary public. As a young branch of science history, veterinary history has been attracting more attention from scholars in other disciplines during the last decades. This is also due to...

  5. A woman veterinary student in the fifties: the view from the approaching millennium

    | Contributor(s):: Lawrence, E. A.

    Elizabeth A. Lawrence, a DVM graduate in the 1950s, reflects on the rapid changes in gender distribution within the veterinary profession since that time, noting the barriers she experienced and challenged, and those opportunties ahead as women reach "a point of critical mass" in the profession.

  6. Cattle and the rise of the Egyptian state

    | Contributor(s):: Lobban, R. A., Jr.

    "This article seeks to understand the factors that account for the rise of the ancient [Egyptian] state in the Nile Valley. ... For this reason, the role of cattle is examined here in terms of primitive capital accumulation, as a means of social differentiation, and as a catalyst for the...

  7. Picturing the Pain of Animal Others: Rationalising Form, Function and Suffering in Veterinary Orthopaedics

    | Contributor(s):: Degeling, Chris

  8. The ‘Dangerous’ Women of Animal Welfare: How British Veterinary Medicine Went to the Dogs

    | Contributor(s):: Gardiner, Andrew

  9. A brief history of animal law, Part I (1972-1987)

    | Contributor(s):: Tischler, J.

  10. A brief history of animal law, Part II (1985-2011)

    | Contributor(s):: Tischler, J.

  11. From mules, horses and livestock to companion animals: a linguistic-etymological approach to veterinary history, mirroring animal and (mainly) human welfare

    | Contributor(s):: Devriese, L.

  12. The emergence of veterinary oaths: social, historical, and ethical considerations

    | Contributor(s):: Bones, V. C., Yeates, J. W.

    Veterinary oaths are public declarations sworn by veterinarians, usually when they enter the profession. As such, they may reflect professional and social concerns. Analysis of contemporary veterinary oaths may therefore reveal their ethical foundations. The objective of this article is to...

  13. Guide dogs: aspects of a special man-animal relationship past and present

    | Contributor(s):: Giese, C., Calabro, S.

  14. An historical perspective on human-animal interactions as a field of study

    | Contributor(s):: Odendaal, J. S. J.

  15. Azabu animal-assisted therapy and activities educational program

    | Contributor(s):: Ohta, M.

    The Azabu anima-assisted therapy (AAT) and activities (AAA) educational programme in Japan is a 2-year curriculum for those with an interest in these fields. It was established for postgraduate students in 1 April 2002, and was a first in the world. The programme was developed by Dr. Dennis C....

  16. 10 000 years "high on the hog": some remarks on the human-animal relationship

    | Contributor(s):: Meyer, H.

    The pig has a contradictory image. It is the symbol of luck, thrift, prosperity, or fertility. At the same time, it is identified with negative characteristics such as impurity (in a literal as well as a figurative sense), lechery, falseness, and craving for power. Although the pig is honored as...

  17. Understanding Nazi animal protection and the holocaust

    | Contributor(s):: Arluke, A., Sax, B.

    It is well known that the Nazis treated human beings with extreme cruelty but it less widely recognized that the Nazis also took some pains to develop and pass extensive animal protection laws. How could the Nazis have professed such concern for animals while treating humans so badly? It would be...

  18. Factors affecting time to adoption of dogs re-homed by a charity in the UK

    | Contributor(s):: Diesel, G., Smith, H., Pfeiffer, D. U.

    The objective of this retrospective cohort study was to determine the factors affecting the time until adoption of dogs re-homed by Dogs Trust, a UK charity. There were 13,338 records included in the study, representing 11,663 dogs. Data were extracted from the Dogs Trust's database between...