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  1. Global cities, glocal fauna: animals and the urban British Atlantic, 1660–1800

    Contributor(s):: Wells, Andrew

  2. First Reported Cases of SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Companion Animals - New York, March-April 2020

    Contributor(s):: Newman, A., Smith, D., Ghai, R. R., Wallace, R. M., Torchetti, M. K., Loiacono, C., Murrell, L. S., Carpenter, A., Moroff, S., Rooney, J. A., Barton Behravesh, C.

  3. Can your pet be trusted?

    Contributor(s):: Schoenfeld, Susan R.

  4. Puppy love

    Contributor(s):: Ulick, Josh

  5. Pets in the city: Managing surplus dogs in Syracuse, New York

    Contributor(s):: Cutler, Kristin

    This thesis contributes to the growing interest in animals in geography. Specifically, it situates pets within the geographic literature and addresses the causes and consequences of pet love in the United States. Using Syracuse, New York as a case study, this thesis illuminates the critical yet...

  6. Age, breed designation, coat color, and coat pattern influenced the length of stay of cats at a no-kill shelter

    Contributor(s):: Brown, W. P., Morgan, K. T.

    Adoption records from the Tompkins County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, an open-admission, no-kill shelter in New York State, were examined to determine if various physical attributes influenced the length of stay (LOS) of cats and kittens. Similar reports from other no-kill...

  7. Taming wildlife

  8. An exploratory study of animal cruelty prosecution in New York

    Contributor(s):: Kordzek, A.

    In the past several years, there have been significant changes in law pertaining to cruelty toward non-human animals. While prosecutors have more options available to them today than in the past, research has failed to examine prosecutors' actions in cases involving animal cruelty. This research...

  9. Effects of phenotypic characteristics on the length of stay of dogs at two no kill animal shelters

    Contributor(s):: Brown, W. P., Davidson, J. P., Zuefle, M. E.

    Adoption records from 2 no kill shelters in New York State were examined to determine how age, sex, size, breed group, and coat color influenced the length of stay (LOS) of dogs at these shelters. Young puppies had the shortest length of stay; LOS among dogs increased linearly as age increased....

  10. Evaluation of factors affecting emotional responses in zoo visitors and the impact of emotion on conservation mindedness

    Contributor(s):: Powell, D. M., Bullock, E. V. W.

    Creating experiences for visitors that increase their biological knowledge and inspire conservation mindedness is a critical task for zoos and aquariums. A growing body of literature suggests that emotional stimulation is affected by characteristics of both the visitor and the visitor's...

  11. Dogs and the elderly: the perfect prescription for companionship

    Contributor(s):: Silverman, Francine

  12. New York City Puts Bite on Big Dogs

    Contributor(s):: Stranahan, Susan Q.

  13. Interactions between handler well-being and canine health and behavior in search and rescue teams

    Contributor(s):: Hunt, M., Otto, C. M., Serpell, J. A., Alvarez, J.

  14. Wild minds: what people think about animal thinking

    Contributor(s):: Maust-Mohl, M., Fraser, J., Morrison, R.

  15. New York City animal control: an overview

    Contributor(s):: Kullberg, J. F.

  16. Field treatment of search dogs: lessons learned from the World Trade Center disaster

    Contributor(s):: Otto, C. M., Franz, M. A., Kellogg, B., Lewis, R., Murphy, L., Lauber, G.

  17. Differences in background and outcome of three behavior problems of dogs

    Contributor(s):: Takeuchi, Y., Ogata, N., Houpt, K. A., Scarlett, J. M.

    In order to characterize the three major behaviour problems, aggression toward owners, aggression toward strangers and separation anxiety, backgrounds of dogs and general outcomes of the behavioural treatments were analyzed retrospectively. There were 169 cases of aggression toward owners, 84...

  18. The interdependence of humans and free-ranging cats in Brooklyn, New York

    Contributor(s):: Haspel, C., Calhoon, R. E.

    Based on the responses of 177 participants in a survey conducted in Brooklyn, New York, it was ascertained that 22.0% of the respondents fed free-ranging cats (2.8% daily and 19.2% occasionally). The food provided by feeders alone was estimated to support 1.71 to 2.10 cats per acre (4.2 to 5.2...