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  1. Description of Twenty-Nine Animal Hoarding Cases in Italy: The Impact on Animal Welfare

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    | Contributor(s):: Sacchettino, Luigi, Gatta, Claudia, Giuliano, Viviana Orsola, Bellini, Francesca, Liverini, Alessia, Ciani, Francesca, Avallone, Luigi, d’Angelo, Danila, Napolitano, Francesco

    The hoarding of animals is a psychiatric disease, characterized by a compulsive collection of animals, with a relevant impact upon the care and welfare of animals, as well as on human society. In Italy, there are neither substantial reports nor information shared about such a phenomenon, making...

  2. Separation distress in a sample of rescued galgos form Spain

    | Contributor(s):: Normando, S. R. C., Bertomoro, F., Bonetti, O.

  3. Possibilities of reducing fearfulness and stress in horses by prophylactic methods and behavioural therapies

    | Contributor(s):: Budzynska, M., Jarosz, M., Kapustka, J.

  4. Maus-tratos pelo abandono de animais no periodo de ferias

    | Contributor(s):: Ataide Junior, V. de P., Bastos, P. A. de S., Caron, A. J. B.

  5. Integrating dog shelters in the One Health perspective: is this truly achievable?

    | Contributor(s):: Sacchettino, L., Gatta, C., Pelagalli, A., Maruccio, L., Napolitano, F., Avallone, L., D'Angelo, D.

  6. From domination to dialogue and the ethics of the between:transforming human-working equine relationships in mountain tourism

    | Contributor(s):: Cousquer, G.

  7. Bites monitoring in Aosta Valley from 2014 to 2020

    | Contributor(s):: Villa, G. M., Trentin, C., Ragionieri, M.

  8. Attachment style classification in the interspecific and intraspecific bond in dogs

    | Contributor(s):: Borrelli, C., Riggio, G., Gazzano, A., Carlone, B., Mariti, C.

  9. Aplicativo vetpain

    | Contributor(s):: Luna, S.

  10. “It’s Like Living with a Sassy Teenager!”: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of Owners’ Comments about Dogs between the Ages of 12 Weeks and 2 Years

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    | Contributor(s):: Owczarczak-Garstecka, Sara C., Da Costa, Rosa E. P., Harvey, Naomi D., Giragosian, Kassandra, Kinsman, Rachel H., Casey, Rachel A., Tasker, Séverine, Murray, Jane K.

    Owners’ understanding of dog behaviour influences dog welfare. This study aimed to investigate owners’ experiences of living with dogs and perceptions of dog behaviour/behaviour change. Data from an ongoing UK/ROI longitudinal study of dogs were used. Open-ended survey data (n = 3577...

  11. Estimating animal location from non-overhead camera views

    | Contributor(s):: Woods, Jocelyn M., Adcock, Sarah J. J.

  12. Who Is the Good Boy/Girl? Perspectives of French Handlers in AAI on the Selection of Their Dogs

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    | Contributor(s):: Alice Mignot, Gérard Leboucher, Véronique J. Servais, Karelle de Luca

    Animal-assisted interventions (AAI) are well implemented in various health care settings; however, there is little data on the characteristics of the mediation dogs and their selection, which can influence the well-being of both the dogs and the beneficiaries. This study aims to gain a better...

  13. What Is Written on a Dog's Face? Evaluating the Impact of Facial Phenotypes on Communication between Humans and Canines

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    | Contributor(s):: Sexton, C. L., Buckley, C., Lieberfarb, J., Subiaul, F., Hecht, E. E., Bradley, B. J.

    Facial phenotypes are significant in communication with conspecifics among social primates. Less is understood about the impact of such markers in heterospecific encounters. Through behavioral and physical phenotype analyses of domesticated dogs living in human households, this study aims to...

  14. The Integrated Effect of Environmental Conditions and Human Presence on the Behaviour of a Pair of Zoo-Housed Asian Small-Clawed Otters

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    | Contributor(s):: Bandoli, F., Mace, J., Knight, A.

    Zoos and aquaria have the ethical responsibility to provide animals under their care with conditions that promote good welfare. This study evaluated the combined influence of human presence and environmental factors on the behaviour of zoo-housed Asian small-clawed otters (Aonyx cinereus). Data...

  15. The effect of anthropogenic noise on foraging and vigilance in zoo housed pied tamarins

    | Contributor(s):: Steinbrecher, Fiene, Dunn, Jacob C., Price, Eluned C., Buck, Lisa H., Wascher, Claudia A. F., Clark, Fay E.

  16. The quest to develop automated systems for monitoring animal behavior

    | Contributor(s):: Siegford, Janice M., Steibel, Juan P., Han, Junjie, Benjamin, Madonna, Brown-Brandl, Tami, Dórea, Joao R. R., Morris, Daniel, Norton, Tomas, Psota, Eric, Rosa, Guilherme J. M.

  17. Welfare impacts associated with using aversive geofencing devices on captive Asian elephants

    | Contributor(s):: Cabral de Mel, Surendranie J., Seneweera, Saman, de Mel, Ruvinda K., Dangolla, Ashoka, Weerakoon, Devaka K., Maraseni, Tek, Allen, Benjamin L.

  18. Breed, age, and social environment are associated with personality traits in dogs

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    | Contributor(s):: Salonen, M., Mikkola, S., Niskanen, J. E., Hakanen, E., Sulkama, S., Puurunen, J., Lohi, H.

    Personality in pets and other domesticated animals is important for their well-being and it can also influence human-animal relationships. Genetic and environmental factors influencing unwanted behavior in dogs are somewhat well known, but the factors influencing dog personality remain...

  19. Situating the study of jealousy in the context of social relationships.

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    | Contributor(s):: Christine E. Webb, Frans B. M. de Waal

    Whereas the feelings of other beings are private and may always remain so, emotions are simultaneously manifested in behavior, physiology, and other observables. Nonetheless, uncertainty about whether emotions can be studied adequately across species has promoted skepticism about their very...

  20. Why are sheep sheepish? How perception affects animal stereotyping.

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    | Contributor(s):: Robert G. Franklin Jr.

    Marino & Merskin present compelling evidence that many stereotypes of sheep are incorrect. One factor that may play an important role in animal stereotyping is the physical appearance of animals, which can directly lead to stereotyping through automatic mental processes. Sheep have a round...