Stress

Recent Research Evaluating Stress in Transported Lambs

Author: 
Lumley, Cleo
Published: 
2015
Essay Description: 
Examines three studies that may aid in improving mechanisms for measuring and/or preventing stress in lambs during transportation.
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Monitoring and reducing canine stress in animal shelters

Author: 
Bridges, Melissa
Published: 
2014
Essay Description: 
Discusses potential practical methods shelters and pounds can use to monitor and alleviate stress in dogs in their care.
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Should cats be housed separately or with conspecifics?

Author: 
Wiley, Abigail
Published: 
2014
Essay Description: 
This paper considers the desirability of keeping cats with other cats by examining studies that assess their stress levels when singly or multiply housed in different environments.
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Reducing Stress in Shelter Dogs by Modifying Shelter Management

Author: 
Thurtell, Grace
Published: 
2013
Essay Description: 
Explores the application of different management techniques to reduce stress in shelter dogs.
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Physiological and Behavioural Validation of Stress in Horses: the Implications for Equine Welfare and Training

Author: 
Caruso, Melissa
Published: 
2013
Essay Description: 
Discusses the importance of reliable behaviour-scoring systems to assess and evaluate stress in horses
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Welfare implications of husbandry procedures for lambs in Australia

Discusses whether psychological and physiological stressors alter the acute pain response to routine husbandry procedures, such as docking and mulesing, in lambs.

Author: 
Wilkins, Sabine
Published: 
2012
vein Essay ID: 
3293
Essay Description: 
Discusses whether psychological and physiological stressors alter the acute pain response to routine husbandry procedures, such as docking and mulesing, in lambs.
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Heat Shock Proteins in Farmed Gilthead Seabream (Sparus aurata): The Key to assessing their Welfare?

Examines the use of heat shock proteins to assess stress in farmed fish.

Author: 
Ashley, Katherine
Published: 
2011
vein Essay ID: 
3261
Essay Description: 
Examines the use of heat shock proteins to assess stress in farmed fish.
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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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The Effects of Housing on the Stress Levels of Cats Boarding at Catteries and Animal Shelters

Animal Welfare essay on the effects of housing on boarding cats.

Author: 
Wearne, Chris
Published: 
2000
vein Essay ID: 
3152
Essay Description: 
Animal Welfare essay on the effects of housing on boarding cats.
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Chronic Stress in Housed Dogs

Discusses the use of physiological measures as a means of determining chronic stress in dogs.

Author: 
Blackshaw, James
Published: 
2000
vein Essay ID: 
3061
Essay Description: 
Discusses the use of physiological measures as a means of determining chronic stress in dogs.
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