Explores the strengthening of the human-animal bond that occurs through improved dog-training technique. Problematic behaviour in dogs is linked to welfare problems.
Discusses how training improves human understanding of animal behaviour, and ultimately fosters better behaviour in dogs.
Examines factors that may influence the development of feather pecking in laying hens.
Investigates dog training techniques that improve welfare, reduce problem behaviours and strengthen the owner-dog relationship.
Looks at the possibility that aggression in dogs can be controlled by changes in diet.
Examines training methods used in equitation, especially those using pressure, and how they impact on the welfare of horses.
Looks at ways of improving the welfare of intensively managed pigs by providing environmental enrichment.
Animal Welfare Essay: Outlines the problems in recognising the often subtle signs of pain in cats, and in asssessing pain. Looks at using a behavioural scoring system to reliably assess pain in cats.
Animal welfare essay. Harmful Social Behaviours in Pigs – Is Environmental Enrichment the Solution?
Implications of early-life management practices for subsequent behaviour and welfare of foals.