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  1. Free-roaming and feral cats--their impact on wildlife and human beings

    Contributor(s):: Patronek, G. J.

  2. General public health considerations for responding to animal hoarding cases

    Contributor(s):: Castrodale, L., Bellay, Y. M., Brown, C. M., Cantor, F. L., Gibbins, J. D., Headrick, M. L., Leslie, M. J., MacMahon, K., O'Quin, J. M., Patronek, G. J., Silva, R. A., Wright, J. C., Yu, D. T.

  3. Human health. An important aspect of veterinary medicine

  4. Humane strategies for controlling feral cat populations

    Contributor(s):: Levy, J. K., Crawford, P. C.

  5. Molecular identification and epidemiological tracing of Pasteurella multocida meningitis in a baby

    Contributor(s):: Boerlin, P., Siegrist, H. H., Burnens, A. P., Kuhnert, P., Mendez, P., Pretat, G., Lienhard, R., Nicolet, J.

  6. Pet birds: historical and modern perspectives on the keeper and the kept

    Contributor(s):: Graham, D. L.

  7. Public service campaign on zoonotic diseases debuts

  8. Study explores health risks and the human/animal bond

    Contributor(s):: Spencer, L.

  9. The veterinarian's role in the AIDS crisis

    Contributor(s):: Gill, D. M., Stone, D. M.

  10. Veterinarians' role in the AIDS crisis

    Contributor(s):: O'Rourke, K.

  11. [Investigation on zoonoses among veterinary technicians]

    Contributor(s):: Asano, K., Suzuki, K., Asano, R., Sakai, T.

  12. "One health": the potential of closer cooperation between human and animal health in Africa. (Bovine tuberculosis in Ethiopia.)

    Contributor(s):: Zinsstag, J., Tanner, M.

    Emerging zoonoses affect livestock and humans, which calls for closer cooperation between animal and public health. Conceptually ideal, such cooperation is difficult to achieve and the causative agents of outbreaks are often confused. A lack of awareness may very likely be due to limited capacity...

  13. Pets and your health

  14. Special Issue: One health: the intersection of humans, animals, and the environment. (Special Issue: One health: the intersection of humans, animals, and the environment.)

    Contributor(s):: Monath, T. P., Kahn, L. H., Kaplan, B.

    This special issue contains articles on the use of animal-assisted therapy for humans, zoonoses and disease control in domestic, laboratory and wild animals.

  15. The anti-social behaviour of urban dogs

    Contributor(s):: Loew, F. M., Fraser, A. F.

    Anti-social behaviour of urban dogs includes defaecation, biting, barking, street wandering, pack forming, exploring 'garbage' and public copulation. The authors discuss the use of ethology as a major tool in remedial action. They conclude that since heredity affects behaviour very considerably,...

  16. The behaviour of foxes and the development of anti-rabies fox control in Britain

    Contributor(s):: Lloyd, H. G.

  17. A study of the interactions of human, pig, and the human pork tapeworm

    Contributor(s):: Nemeth, D. J.

    The role of pigsty-privies on Cheju Island, South Korea, in the transmission of helminth parasites from pig to man is discussed with particular reference to Taenia solium. It appears that pigsty-privies reduce the incidence of intestinal nematode infections in the human population but not that of...

  18. On the human-animal boundary

    Contributor(s):: Cassidy, R.

    This paper considers contemporary Western attitudes towards animals. Whilst many studies of human-animal relations look backwards to the inheritance of Aristotle, Aquinas, Descartes and others, this paper looks to the future. I want to suggest another batch of possibilities that may serve as...

  19. Pet ownership and knowledge of zoonotic diseases in De Kalb County, Georgia

    Contributor(s):: Fontaine, R. E., Schantz, P. M.

    In a telephone survey in September 1986, 62% of interviewed households had pets (42% with dogs and 30% with cats). Respondents were poorly informed about the potential health hazards associated with animals. Only 63% of household heads believed that diseases of pets could be transmitted to humans...

  20. Comparison of indoor and captive, free-roaming management in golden-headed lion tamarins ( Leontopithecus chrysomelas ) at Zurich Zoo

    Contributor(s):: Steinmetz, H. W., Zingg, R., Ossent, P., Eulenberger, U., Clauss, M., Hatt, J. M.

    Traditional husbandry practices for the public display of Callitrichidae involve strict separation of animals and public. An important consideration for the evaluation of such management is the occurrence of health problems and potential zoonotic risks. This study compared animal data and...