Dogs

Human-Dog Interactions: Examining its Effects on Dog Behaviour, Learning Ability and Welfare

Discusses the way in which improving human-dog interactions can enhance dog behaviour, learning ability and consequent welfare.

Author: 
Vera, Cynthia Cricri
Published: 
2012
vein Essay ID: 
3275
Essay Description: 
Discusses the way in which improving human-dog interactions can enhance dog behaviour, learning ability and consequent welfare.
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The behaviour, effects and treatment associated with separation-related disorders in dogs

Discusses typical behaviours, such as destructiveness, excessive vocalisation and inappropriate elimination, exhibited by dogs with separation-related disorders and the effects of behaviour-modification techniques and pharmacotherapy treatments.

Author: 
Murray, Leah
Published: 
2012
vein Essay ID: 
3282
Essay Description: 
Discusses typical behaviours, such as destructiveness, excessive vocalisation and inappropriate elimination, exhibited by dogs with separation-related disorders and the effects of behaviour-modification techniques and pharmacotherapy treatments.
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The prevention and treatment of anxiety-related behaviours in dogs: an exploration using non-pharmacological methods

Discusses the efficacy of non-pharmacological methods for the treatment of anxiety disorders in dogs.

Author: 
Slater, Leah
Published: 
2012
vein Essay ID: 
3283
Essay Description: 
Discusses the efficacy of non-pharmacological methods for the treatment of anxiety disorders in dogs.
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Unnatural Selection: Breeding Practices in Pedigree Dogs

Discusses mechanisms responsible for disseminating inherited diseases in pedigree dogs and examines the tools available to improve the health and welfare of those breeds most severely affected.

Author: 
Conradi, Oliver
Published: 
2012
vein Essay ID: 
3290
Essay Description: 
Discusses mechanisms responsible for disseminating inherited diseases in pedigree dogs and examines the tools available to improve the health and welfare of those breeds most severely affected.
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Pedigree Dogs: Welfare Concerns and the Way Forward

Discusses the welfare problems faced by pedigreed dogs as a result of the quest for adherence to breed standards.

Author: 
Boyd, Tegan
Published: 
2011
vein Essay ID: 
3269
Essay Description: 
Discusses the welfare problems faced by pedigreed dogs as a result of the quest for adherence to breed standards.
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Analysis of Effective Methods of Identifying and subsequently Treating Separation Anxiety in Domestic Dogs through Training and Pharmacological Intervention

Investigates advances in the welfare of domestic dogs showing separation anxiety, including methods to accurately observe separation-related behaviours, as well as effective treatments to alleviate anxiety and modify behaviour.

Author: 
Sutherland, Ellen
Published: 
2011
vein Essay ID: 
3249
Essay Description: 
Investigates advances in the welfare of domestic dogs showing separation anxiety, including methods to accurately observe separation-related behaviours, as well as effective treatments to alleviate anxiety and modify behaviour.
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Behavioural “Problems”: Prevention as the Key to reducing the Number of Dogs euthanased in Australian Animal Shelters

Looks at studies that show the need for improvement in public education and dog behavioural assessment, in order to reduce the euthanasia death toll in dog shelters.

Author: 
Gulliver, Emma
Published: 
2011
vein Essay ID: 
3252
Essay Description: 
Looks at studies that show the need for improvement in public education and dog behavioural assessment, in order to reduce the euthanasia death toll in dog shelters.
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Importance of Dog Morphology in apparent Behaviour and Trainability: Examining how Morphological Differences in Dog Breeds can affect Perception of their Trainability

Considers how dog breed and therefore morphology, may influence trainability.

Author: 
Zahradka, Jennifer
Published: 
2011
vein Essay ID: 
3254
Essay Description: 
Considers how dog breed and therefore morphology, may influence trainability.
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What has Pedigree Breeding done to the Domesticated Dog: Beauty or Beast?

Examines whether humans have done more harm than gpood in selecting for certain traits when breeding pedigreed dogs.

Author: 
Book, Ashley
Published: 
2011
vein Essay ID: 
3244
Essay Description: 
Examines whether humans have done more harm than gpood in selecting for certain traits when breeding pedigreed dogs.
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Reducing stress in shelter dogs: Ameliorative effects of the dog-human bond

Discusses how human contact in the early shelter experience can reduce stress in dogs.

Author: 
Elliot, Rosemary
Published: 
2000
vein Essay ID: 
3212
Essay Description: 
Discusses how human contact in the early shelter experience can reduce stress in dogs.
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