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  1. An overview of carbapenem-resistant organisms from food-producing animals, seafood, aquaculture, companion animals, and wildlife

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    | Contributor(s):: Ramirez-Castillo, F. Y., Guerrero-Barrera, A. L., Avelar-Gonzalez, F. J.

    Carbapenem resistance (CR) is a major global health concern. CR is a growing challenge in clinical settings due to its rapid dissemination and low treatment options. The characterization of its molecular mechanisms and epidemiology are highly studied. Nevertheless, little is known about the...

  2. Contribution of cats and dogs to SARS-CoV-2 transmission in households

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    | Contributor(s):: Fischer, E. A. J., Broens, E. M., Kooistra, H. S., De Rooij, M. M. T., Stegeman, J. A., De Jong, M. C. M.

    IntroductionSARS-CoV-2 is known to jump across species. The occurrence of transmission in households between humans and companion animals has been shown, but the contribution of companion animals to the overall transmission within a household is unknown. The basic reproduction number (R-0) is...

  3. An anthropologist's voice in a veterinarian's noise: gearing up for new cultural realities

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    | Contributor(s):: Sterk, K., Brloznik, M.

    Over the past three decades, the veterinary profession has faced a cultural shift towards postspeciesism that requires a reassessment of the foundations of the existing distinctions between human and non-human animals proclaimed by the speciesism paradigm, which represents institutionalized...

  4. Animal welfare deserts: human and nonhuman animal inequities

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    | Contributor(s):: Reese, L., Li, X. M.

    Residents of distressed areas of inner cities have less access to many of life's necessities and amenities than their more well-off counterparts. Geographic proximity has been identified as a primary barrier to accessing care for pets potentially creating animal welfare deserts. This...

  5. Dog owners' perspectives on canine heart disease in Klang Valley, Malaysia

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    | Contributor(s):: Norhidayah, Noordin, Kuan Hua, Khor, Kuan Siew, Khor, Lim, YiJun, Lee, YongChong

    Canine heart disease often requires long-term treatment, which involves a continuous commitment from the dog owners. In addition to investigating their awareness and knowledge, the Theory of Planned Behavior was applied to also analyze attitude, subjective norm, and perceived behavioral control...

  6. Emergency fostering of dogs from animal shelters during the COVID-19 pandemic: shelter practices, foster caregiver engagement, and dog outcomes

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    | Contributor(s):: Gunter, L. M., Gilchrist, R. J., Blade, E. M., Reed, J. L., Isernia, L. T., Barber, R. T., Foster, A. M., Feuerbacher, E. N., Wynne, C. D. L.

    Each year, millions of dogs enter thousands of animal shelters across the United States. Life in the shelter can be stressful, and one type of intervention that improves dogs' experience is human interaction, particularly stays in foster homes. Prior research has demonstrated that fostering...

  7. Reasons for guardian-relinquishment of dogs to shelters: animal and regional predictors in British Columbia, Canada

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    | Contributor(s):: Eagan, B. H., Gordon, E., Protopopova, A.

    Dogs are relinquished to animal shelters for animal-related or guardian-related reasons. Understanding what drives relinquishment patterns is essential for informing intervention opportunities to keep animals with their guardians. Whereas, overall reasons for relinquishment in a given shelter...

  8. Dogs working in schools-safety awareness and animal welfare

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    | Contributor(s):: Bidoli, E. M. Y., Firnkes, A., Bartels, A., Erhard, M. H., Doring, D.

    Gaining popularity, animal-assisted education is thought to enhance learning processes and children's development, inter alia. While previous research has focused on these potential positive effects for the pupils, animal welfare and human safety in the classroom are aspects that have hardly...

  9. A simple collar can make all the difference: a practical solution to a potentially serious equine welfare problem

    | Contributor(s):: Randle, H., Dennis, A.

  10. Feline scratching in undesirable areasSkrabani kocek na nezadoucich mistech

    | Contributor(s):: Kovaffkova, S.

  11. Pandemic puppies and interaction

    | Contributor(s):: Hedges, S.

    2022Veterinary Times523710-10, 121352-9374Englishtext

  12. Handling of stray dogs in the Polish lands from the 19th to the 21st century with conside ration of irregularities in this area

    | Contributor(s):: Hanusz, E., Skibniewska, E. M., Skibniewski, M.

  13. An overview of dog training and behaviour

    | Contributor(s):: Todd, Z.

    2022Veterinary Ireland Journal126320-3242009-3942Englishtext

  14. Development of a tool to evaluate human-animal relationships to train current and future pig farmersDeveloppement d'un outil d'evaluation de la relation homme-animal pour la formation des eleveurs et futurs eleveurs de porcs

    | Contributor(s):: Tallet, C., Barbier, P., Bellec, T., Boivin, X., Delion, M., Depoudent, C., Kling-Eveillard, F., Paboeuf, P., Pol, F., Ramonet, Y., Conchard, R. V. de, Villain, N., Courboulay, V.

  15. A science-based policy for managing free-roaming cats

    | Contributor(s):: Lepczyk, C. A., Duffy, D. C., Bird, D. M., Calver, M., Cherkassky, D., Cherkassky, L., Dickman, C. R., Hunter, D., Jessup, D., Longcore, T., Loss, S. R., Loyd, K. A. T., Marra, P. P., Marzluff, J. M., Noss, R. F., Simberloff, D., Sizemore, G. C., Temple, S. A., Heezik, Y. van

  16. Dog selection and responsible animal keeping during the COVID-19 pandemic: survey among future owners and animal welfare NGOsA kutyavalasztas szempontjai es a felelos allattartas a COVID-19- vilagjarvanv idejen: felmeres ieendo kutyatartok es ellatve

    | Contributor(s):: Szabina, T., Szilvia, V., Laszlo, O., Viktoria, S.

  17. Animal welfare and its assossiations with farm size and stockmanship characteristics on European breeding-to-finishing pig farms

    | Contributor(s):: Ruckli, A. K., Dippel, S., Helmerichs, J., Hubbard, C., Munsterhjelm, C., Vermeer, H., Leeb, C.

  18. Impact of social media on dealing with petsEinfluss sozialer medien auf den umgang mit heimtieren

    | Contributor(s):: Volker, G., Fels, M.

  19. How far should we go?

    | Contributor(s):: Quain, A.

    2021CompanionJuly24-262041-2487EnglishSydney School of Veterinary Science, Australia.text

  20. Where is a dog? Ethical dillemas concerning creative groomingGdzie jest pies? Dylematy etyczne dotyczaace creative grooming

    | Contributor(s):: Mamzer, H.