Review of principles governing dog health education in remote Aboriginal communities
Contributor(s):: Willis, E. M., Ross, K. E.
Dogs and People in Aboriginal Communities: Exploring the Relationship within the Context of the Social Determinants of Health
Contributor(s):: Kate Senior, Richard Chenhall, Eva McRae-Williams, Daphne Daniels, Keith Rogers
Aboriginal people and dogs have a very long association. The archaeological evidence suggests that the dingo, which was intentionally brought to Australia, was present from about 3500 years ago. Dogs introduced by European settlers quickly replaced or interbred with dingoes at Aboriginal...
Applying One Health to the study of animal-assisted interventions
| Contributor(s):: Chalmers, D., Dell, C. A.
The use of animal-assisted interventions in therapeutic programs is a growing phenomenon. Animal-assisted interventions (AAIs) involve a variety of species (dogs, cats, horses, domesticated birds, etc.) in primary health care. Despite their increasing application in a wide range of therapeutic...
A dog's life among the Teenek Indians (Mexico): animal's participation in the classification of self and other
| Contributor(s):: de Vidas, Anath Ariel
Quimmiit - Eskimo dogs
| Contributor(s):: Jaruse, Benjamin
Vi og vore hunde: et antropologisk perspektiv
| Contributor(s):: Nicolaisen, Ida
Canicide and healing: the position of the dog in the Inuit cultures of the Canadian Arctic
| Contributor(s):: Laugrand, Frederic
From predator to pet: social relationships of the Saami reindeer-herding dog
| Contributor(s):: Anderson, Myrdene
Horizons of sustainability in Greenland: Inuit landscapes of memory and vision
| Contributor(s):: Sejersen, Frank
Early Dogs and Endemic South American Canids of the Spanish Main
| Contributor(s):: Stahl, Peter
A Brief Note on the Significance of Prehistoric Dogs from the Eastern Aleutian Islands
| Contributor(s):: Holland, Kathryn M.
Canicide In Labrador: Function And Meaning Of An Inuit Killing Ritual
| Contributor(s):: Taylor, J. Garth
Le contrôle des chiens dans trois communautés du Nunavik au milieu du 20e siècle. (French)
| Contributor(s):: Lévesque, Francis
Mad dogs and (mostly) Englishmen: Colonial relations, commodities, and the fate of Inuit sled dogs
| Contributor(s):: Tester, Frank James
The zoonotic potential of dogs in Aboriginal communities in Central Australia.
| Contributor(s):: Gaskin, Sharyn, Bentham, Richard, Cromar, Nancy, Fallowfield, Howard
Dog health program in Numbulwar, a remote Aboriginal community in east Arnhem Land
| Contributor(s):: Bradbury, L., Corlette, S.
For the love of dog: The human-dog bond in rural and remote Australian indigenous communities
| Contributor(s):: Robert Dixon, Sophie Constable, Roselyn Dixon
The nature of the human-animal bond in contemporary Australian Indigenous communities is little researched, but it is essential to understand this bond in order to develop much needed appropriate animal health and management practices. A semi-structured interview format was used to elicit...
'Why Umbulka killed his master': Aboriginal reconciliation and the Australian wild dog (Canis lupus dingo)
| Contributor(s):: McIntosh, Ian