Behavior

The effects of current training techniques and environmental factors on dog behaviour

Investigates the effects of different training techniques and environmental factors on dog behaviour.

Author: 
Kabaila, Anna
Published: 
2004
vein Essay ID: 
3105
Essay Description: 
Investigates the effects of different training techniques and environmental factors on dog behaviour.
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Encouraging Owners to Seek Treatment for Canine Behavioural Problems: An Assessment of the Impact on the Relinquishment of Dogs

Explores measures such as free advice help lines, remote consultations and mandatory post-adoption training classes to decrease relinquishment rates of dogs to shelters.

Author: 
Izes, Aaron M
Published: 
2009
vein Essay ID: 
3120
Essay Description: 
Explores measures such as free advice help lines, remote consultations and mandatory post-adoption training classes to decrease relinquishment rates of dogs to shelters.
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Recent Research in Equine Stereotypies

Explores factors that may contribute to stereotypies such as crib-biting or weaving in horses.

Author: 
Garrett, Katrina
Published: 
2002
vein Essay ID: 
3092
Essay Description: 
Explores factors that may contribute to stereotypies such as crib-biting or weaving in horses.
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The effect of housing type on lying behaviour in dairy cows

Investigates the effects of different housing environments on behaviour, performance and health, and more specifically, the effect of housing on lying behaviour.

Author: 
Giblin, Fiona
Published: 
2003
vein Essay ID: 
3093
Essay Description: 
Investigates the effects of different housing environments on behaviour, performance and health, and more specifically, the effect of housing on lying behaviour.
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Dog training: new developments and research

Discusses how training improves human understanding of animal behaviour, and ultimately fosters better behaviour in dogs.

Author: 
Cotton, Eloise
Published: 
2004
vein Essay ID: 
3080
Essay Description: 
Discusses how training improves human understanding of animal behaviour, and ultimately fosters better behaviour in dogs.
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An evaluation of dog-training techniques: an assessment of efficacy and welfare

Explores the strengthening of the human-animal bond that occurs through improved dog-training technique. Problematic behaviour in dogs is linked to welfare problems.

Author: 
Curl, Peter
Published: 
2004
vein Essay ID: 
3081
Essay Description: 
Explores the strengthening of the human-animal bond that occurs through improved dog-training technique. Problematic behaviour in dogs is linked to welfare problems.
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A discussion of stereotpyic behaviour in horses, its management, and welfare implications

Examines repetitive behaviour such as crib-biting and weaving in horses.

Author: 
Dampney, Anne
Published: 
2003
vein Essay ID: 
3083
Essay Description: 
Examines repetitive behaviour such as crib-biting and weaving in horses.
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Feather Pecking in Laying Hens: Causes and Solutions

Examines factors that may influence the development of feather pecking in laying hens.

Author: 
Craig, Matilda
Published: 
2008
vein Essay ID: 
3057
Essay Description: 
Examines factors that may influence the development of feather pecking in laying hens.
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Advances in Environmental Enrichment for the Welfare of Grower Pigs

Looks at ways of improving the welfare of intensively managed pigs by providing environmental enrichment.

Author: 
Donald, Angus
Published: 
2008
vein Essay ID: 
3047
Essay Description: 
Looks at ways of improving the welfare of intensively managed pigs by providing environmental enrichment.
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The 'Happy Equine Athlete': How the Science of Equitation seeks to Improve the Welfare of Horses

Examines training methods used in equitation, especially those using pressure, and how they impact on the welfare of horses.

Author: 
Bailey, Claire
Published: 
2008
vein Essay ID: 
3048
Essay Description: 
Examines training methods used in equitation, especially those using pressure, and how they impact on the welfare of horses.
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