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Advances in agricultural animal welfare : science and practice / / edited by Joy A. Mench
Advances in agricultural animal welfare : science and practice / / edited by Joy A. Mench
Pubbl/distr/stampa Duxford : , : Woodhead Publishing, an imprint of Elsevier, , [2018]
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (xviii, 269 pages) : illustrations (some color), maps
Disciplina 179.3
Collana Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology, and Nutrition
Soggetto topico Animal welfare
Livestock - Housing
ISBN 0-08-101246-2
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto pt. 1. Advances in animal welfare science -- pt. 2. Animal welfare and sustainability of animal agriculture -- pt. 3. Translating science into policy and practice -- pt. 4. Animal welfare standards : are they globally achievable? -- pt. 5. Emerging issues.
Record Nr. UNINA-9910583485903321
Duxford : , : Woodhead Publishing, an imprint of Elsevier, , [2018]
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Advances in cattle welfare / / edited by Cassandra B. Tucker
Advances in cattle welfare / / edited by Cassandra B. Tucker
Autore Tucker Cassandra
Pubbl/distr/stampa Duxford : , : Woodhead Publishing, an imprint of Elsevier, , [2018]
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (xv, 250 pages) : color illustrations
Disciplina 636.2
Collana Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition
Soggetto topico Cattle - Housing
Animal welfare
ISBN 0-08-102276-X
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Overview of cattle production systems / Marcia I. Endres and Karen Schwartzkopf-Genswein -- Assessment of cattle welfare: common animal-based measures / Nigel B. Cook -- Assessment of cattle welfare: approaches, goals, and next steps on farms / Christoph Winckler -- Human-animal interactions: effects, challenges, and progress / Lily N. Edwards-Callaway -- Cattle priorities: feed and water selection, ability to move freely and to access pasture / Karin E. Schütz, Caroline Lee and Trevor J. DeVries -- ; The role of social behavior in cattle welfare / Margit B. Jensen -- Painful procedures: when and what should we be measuring in cattle? / Sarah J.J. Adcock and Cassandra B. Tucker -- Disease and injury: beyond current thinking about top causes of cattle morbidity / Rachel Toaff-Rosenstein -- Metabolic challenge: how does it affect welfare? / John B. Gaughan.
Record Nr. UNINA-9910583483203321
Tucker Cassandra  
Duxford : , : Woodhead Publishing, an imprint of Elsevier, , [2018]
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Advances in poultry welfare / / edited by Joy A. Mench
Advances in poultry welfare / / edited by Joy A. Mench
Pubbl/distr/stampa Duxford : , : Woodhead Publishing, an imprint of Elsevier, , [2018]
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (xix, 385 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Disciplina 636.5
Collana Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition
Soggetto topico Poultry - Housing
Animal welfare
ISBN 0-08-100930-5
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto pt. 1. Introduction -- pt. 2. Management : hatch to slaughter -- pt. 3. Welfare assessment on the farm -- pt. 4. Continuing challenges -- pt. 5. Emerging issues.
Record Nr. UNINA-9910583360003321
Duxford : , : Woodhead Publishing, an imprint of Elsevier, , [2018]
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Advances in sheep welfare / / edited by Drewe M. Ferguson, Caroline Lee, Andrew Fisher
Advances in sheep welfare / / edited by Drewe M. Ferguson, Caroline Lee, Andrew Fisher
Pubbl/distr/stampa Oxford : , : Woodhead Publishing, , [2017]
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (320 pages) : color illustrations
Collana Woodhead publishing series in food science, technology and nutrition
Advances in farm animal welfare series
Soggetto topico Animal welfare
Sheep
ISBN 0-08-100727-2
0-08-100718-3
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Record Nr. UNINA-9910583476703321
Oxford : , : Woodhead Publishing, , [2017]
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Alternative systems for poultry [[electronic resource] ] : health, welfare and productivity / / edited by Victoria Sandilands and Paul M. Hocking
Alternative systems for poultry [[electronic resource] ] : health, welfare and productivity / / edited by Victoria Sandilands and Paul M. Hocking
Pubbl/distr/stampa Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK ; ; Cambridge, MA, : CABI, 2012
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (377 p.)
Disciplina 636.55
Altri autori (Persone) SandilandsVictoria
HockingP. M (Paul M.)
Collana Poultry science symposium series
Soggetto topico Poultry - Housing
Animal welfare
ISBN 1-280-37840-9
9786613556318
1-78064-009-9
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto CONTENTS; CONTRIBUTORS; PREFACE; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; Part I: Introduction, Legislation, Economics and Sustainability; CHAPTER 1 What are Alternative Systems for Poultry?; CHAPTER 2 The Impact of Legislation and Assurance Schemes on Alternative Systems for Poultry Welfare; CHAPTER 3 Politics and Economics; Part II: Disease and Health; CHAPTER 4 The Effects of Alternative Systems on Disease and Health of Poultry; CHAPTER 5 Production Systems for Laying Hens and Broilers and Risk of Human Pathogens; Part III: Village and Backyard Poultry
CHAPTER 6 Introduction to Village and Backyard Poultry ProductionCHAPTER 7 Technology and Programmes for Sustainable Improvement of Village Poultry Production; Part IV: Waterfowl and Game Birds; CHAPTER 8 Production Systems for Waterfowl; CHAPTER 9 Game Bird Breeding, Brooding and Rearing - Health and Welfare; Part V: Laying Hens; CHAPTER 10 Housing and Management of Layer Breeders in Rearing and Production; Colour Plates; CHAPTER 11 Furnished Cages for Laying Hens; CHAPTER 12 Performance, Welfare, Health and Hygiene of Laying Hens in Non-Cage Systems in Comparison with Cage Systems
Part VI: Meat BirdsCHAPTER 13 Housing and Management of Broiler Breeders and Turkey Breeders; CHAPTER 14 Alternative Systems for Meat Chickens and Turkeys: Production, Health and Welfare; Part VII: Challenges and Opportunities; CHAPTER 15 Nutritional Challenges of Alternative Production Systems; CHAPTER 16 Genotype-Environment Interaction: Breeding Layers with Different Requirements for Varying Housing Systems; CHAPTER 17 Is There a Future for Alternative Production Systems?; INDEX; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; T; U; V; W
Record Nr. UNINA-9910626111203321
Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK ; ; Cambridge, MA, : CABI, 2012
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Alternatives to Animal Testing [[electronic resource] ] : Proceedings of Asian Congress 2016 / / edited by Hajime Kojima, Troy Seidle, Horst Spielmann
Alternatives to Animal Testing [[electronic resource] ] : Proceedings of Asian Congress 2016 / / edited by Hajime Kojima, Troy Seidle, Horst Spielmann
Autore Kojima Hajime
Edizione [1st ed. 2019.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Singapore, : Springer Nature, 2019
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (VI, 130 p. 46 illus., 39 illus. in color.)
Disciplina 615
Soggetto topico Pharmacology
Biochemistry
Animal welfare
Pharmacology/Toxicology
Biochemistry, general
Animal Welfare/Animal Ethics
Soggetto non controllato Medicine
Pharmacology
Biochemistry
Animal welfare
ISBN 981-13-2447-6
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto 1. Zebrafish, Danio rerio as a replacement alternative model useful in CKDu experiments -- 2. Testing Method Development and Validation for In Vitro Skin Irritation Testing (SIT) by Using Reconstructed Human Epidermis (RhE) Skin Equivalent - EPiTR -- 3. Development the technique for the Preparation and Characterization of Reconstructed Human Epidermis (RHE) -- 4. Alternative Research (3Rs) in the World, Asia and Japan -- 5. Approaches to Reducing Animal Use for Acute Toxicity Testing: Retrospective Analyses of Pesticide Data -- 6. Progress in deleting the 1-year dog study for the safety assessment of pesticides -- 7. Cosmetic regulation and alternatives to animal experimentation in India -- 8. Guidance on the Use of Alternative Test Methods for the Safety Assessment of Cosmetics and Quasi-Drugs -- 9. Alternatives and Refinement for Animal Experimentation in Cancer Research -- 10. 3Rs in quality control of human vaccines: opportunities and barriers -- 11. The Use of Adverse Outcome Pathways (AOPs) to Support Chemical Safety Decisions within the Context of Integrated Approaches to Testing and Assessment (IATA) -- 12. Mechanism-based evaluation system for hepato- and nephrotoxicity or carcinogenicity using omics technology -- 13. Alternative methods for developmental toxicity testing using mouse ESCs -- 14. Futuristic approach to alternative model organisms: Hydra stakes its claim -- 15. The Lush Prize and Young Researcher Asia Awards 2016.
Record Nr. UNINA-9910383156303321
Kojima Hajime  
Singapore, : Springer Nature, 2019
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Animal abuse [[electronic resource] ] : helping animals and people / / Catherine Tiplady
Animal abuse [[electronic resource] ] : helping animals and people / / Catherine Tiplady
Autore Tiplady Catherine
Pubbl/distr/stampa Wallingford, Oxfordshire, : CABI, c2013
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (249 p.)
Disciplina 636.0832
Soggetto topico Animal welfare
ISBN 1-78924-369-6
1-78064-118-4
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Animal abuse : definitions -- History of animal abuse -- Why some people are cruel to animals -- Why some people care for animals -- Animal abuse in food and fibre production -- Animal abuse in hunting, sport, entertainment & art -- Education and animal abuse -- Religion, philosophy, and ethics : how these affect our treatment of animals -- Feminist aspects of animal abuse -- One health / by Phil Arkow -- Human/animal abuse / by CT, Deborah Walsh, and Moo Baulch -- SAFE-T : housing human and animal victims of violence together / by Allie Phillips -- CARE program : pet therapy for children from abusive homes / by Zoe Hinds and Jenna Ooi -- Mental health issues of working with animal abuse / by CT, Deborah Walsh, and Howard Ralph -- Behavioural consequences of animal abuse and its remedies / by Cam Day and Cassandra Day -- Reporting suspected animal abuse -- Prosecuting animal cruelty and neglect matters / by Michael Byrne and Tracy-Lynne Geysen -- Animal abuse case studies and treatment -- Humane euthanasia -- Forensics : introduction to veterinary forensics / by David Bailey -- Forensics : introduction to veterinary forensic investigation / by David Bailey -- Forensics : the animal as living evidence / by David Bailey and Pippa Swan -- Forensics : bitemark analysis / by David Bailey and Stephen J. Drew -- Interviews with people who work with animal abuse.
Record Nr. UNINA-9910627284803321
Tiplady Catherine  
Wallingford, Oxfordshire, : CABI, c2013
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Animal behavior for shelter veterinarians and staff / / edited by Brian A. DiGangi [and three others]
Animal behavior for shelter veterinarians and staff / / edited by Brian A. DiGangi [and three others]
Edizione [Second edition.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Hoboken, New Jersey : , : Wiley-Blackwell, , [2022]
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (707 pages)
Disciplina 636.0887
Soggetto topico Animal welfare
Human-animal relationships
ISBN 1-119-61851-7
1-119-61849-5
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- About the Companion Website -- Section 1 Foundations in Behavioral Health -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 Introduction to Dog Behavior -- 1.1 Evolutionary History of the Species -- 1.2 Dogs and Humans -- 1.2.1 Dog Interspecific Social Cognition -- 1.2.2 Dog-Human Relationships -- 1.2.3 Relationships between Dogs -- 1.3 Dog Behavioral Development -- 1.3.1 Neonatal and Transitional Periods -- 1.3.2 Sensitive or Socialization Period -- 1.3.3 Juvenile and Adolescent Periods -- 1.3.4 Senior Dogs -- 1.4 Dog Communication -- 1.4.1 Visual Communication -- 1.4.2 Acoustic Communication -- 1.4.3 Olfactory Communication -- 1.5 Complex Behaviors -- 1.6 Influences on Dog Behavior -- 1.6.1 Breeds and Behavior -- 1.6.2 Spay and Neuter and Behavior -- 1.6.3 Shelter Environment -- 1.7 Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 2 Introduction to Cat Behavior -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Domestication -- 2.3 Sensory Perception -- 2.3.1 Vision -- 2.3.2 Hearing -- 2.3.3 Olfaction -- 2.3.4 Taste -- 2.3.5 Touch and Balance -- 2.4 Communication -- 2.4.1 Vocalization -- 2.4.2 Scent -- 2.4.3 Visual Signals -- 2.5 Behavioral Development -- 2.5.1 Genetics -- 2.5.2 Sensitive Periods of Development -- 2.6 Maintenance Behaviors -- 2.6.1 Play -- 2.6.2 Hunting -- 2.6.3 Ingestive Behavior -- 2.6.4 Elimination -- 2.6.5 Scratching -- 2.6.6 Reproduction -- 2.7 Sociality -- 2.7.1 Intraspecific -- 2.7.2 Interspecific -- 2.7.3 Aggression -- 2.7.4 Fears, Phobias, and Anxiety -- 2.8 Learning and Cognition -- 2.9 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 3 How Animals Learn -- 3.1 Introduction: What Is Learning? -- 3.2 Non-associative Learning -- 3.3 Associative Learning -- 3.3.1 Respondent Conditioning -- 3.3.2 Operant Conditioning -- 3.4 Effectiveness of Consequences.
3.4.1 Conditioned Reinforcement and Conditioned Punishment -- 3.4.2 Extinction and Shaping -- 3.4.3 Stimulus Control -- 3.5 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 4 The Relationship between Physiology and Behavior in Dogs and Cats -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 General Concepts of the Relationship between Medical and Behavioral Issues -- 4.3 Recognizing the Behavior of the Sick Animal -- 4.3.1 Cats -- 4.4 The Role of Stress -- 4.4.1 Cats -- 4.5 The Behavior of Pain -- 4.5.1 Cats -- 4.5.2 Neuropathic Pain -- 4.6 Common Medical Conditions Resulting in Behavioral Signs -- 4.6.1 Anxiety Disorders -- 4.6.2 Neurological Disorders -- 4.6.3 Urogenital Disorders -- 4.6.4 Gastrointestinal Disorders -- 4.6.5 Dermatological Disease -- 4.6.6 Endocrine Disease -- 4.7 Medical Conditions That Have Breed Tendencies and Their Associated Behavior Changes -- 4.8 Behavior and/or Medical Conditions Seen in Intact versus Neutered Dogs -- 4.8.1 Female Canine -- 4.8.2 Male Canine -- 4.8.3 Normal Sex-Related Behaviors -- 4.8.4 Effects of Gonadectomy on the Behavior of Dogs -- 4.9 Behavior and/or Medical Conditions Seen in Intact versus Neutered Cats -- 4.9.1 Female Feline -- 4.9.2 Male Feline -- 4.9.3 Normal Sex-Related Behaviors -- 4.9.4 Effects of Gonadectomy on the Behavior of Cats -- 4.10 Side Effects of Common Medications -- 4.11 Conclusions -- References -- Section 2 Pets in the Community -- Chapter 5 Safety Net Programs -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Benefits of Safety Net Programs -- 5.3 Program Types -- 5.3.1 Basic Needs -- 5.3.2 Veterinary Care -- 5.3.3 Behavioral Care -- 5.4 How to Choose the Right Programs -- 5.4.1 Community Landscape-Assessing Pet Ownership Needs in the Community -- 5.4.2 Program Goal and Potential Impact -- 5.4.3 Resources Required -- 5.4.4 Strategic Decision-Making -- 5.4.5 Measuring Impact and Program Evaluation -- 5.4.6 Scalability/ProgramPhase-out.
5.5 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 6 Dog Behavior and Relinquishment to Shelters -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 A Brief History of Relinquishment Data -- 6.3 Lessons Learned from Risk Factor Studies -- 6.4 The Importance of Definitions -- 6.5 The Challenge of Determining How and When Behaviors May Threaten Human-Canine Bonds -- 6.6 Preventing Behavior-Related Relinquishment and Facilitating Adoptions: Compatible or Competing Priorities? -- 6.7 How Have Relinquishment Prevention Measures Worked? -- 6.8 Behavioral Interventions That May Promote Adoptions and Prevent Returns -- 6.8.1 Supporting Adoption-Promoting Behaviors -- 6.8.2 Supporting Behavioral Hygiene -- 6.8.3 The Kennel Environment: Context Can Train Undesirable Behaviors -- 6.9 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 7 Management of Community Cats -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Effective TNR -- 7.2.1 Modeling TNR -- 7.2.2 Counting Cats -- 7.2.3 Recent Community Cat Management Research -- 7.2.4 Community Cat Welfare -- 7.2.5 Recent Shelter Intake and Community Cat Research -- 7.3 Return to Field -- 7.4 Continuing Controversies around TNR -- 7.5 Communication -- 7.6 Cat Impact in the Community -- 7.6.1 Predation Behavior -- 7.6.2 New Understanding of Predator-Prey Behavior -- 7.7 Cat Behavior in the Community -- 7.8 Keeping Community Cats Out of the Shelter -- 7.9 Community Cats in the Shelter -- 7.10 Conclusions -- References -- Section 3 Dogs in the Shelter -- Chapter 8 Handling Shelter Dogs -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 What Is Stress? -- 8.3 Stress in Shelter Dogs -- 8.4 Body Language -- 8.5 Responding to the Dog's Emotional State -- 8.5.1 Timing -- 8.6 Low-Stress Handling -- 8.6.1 Entering and Exiting Kennels -- 8.6.2 Moving Dogs Around the Shelter -- 8.6.3 Getting a Dog Comfortable with a New Handler -- 8.6.4 Handling for Procedures -- 8.6.5 Developing Positive Associations.
8.6.6 Reducing Stress through Handling -- 8.7 Defensive Handling -- 8.7.1 Why Do We Need These Skills? -- 8.7.2 Have a Plan -- 8.7.3 Equipment -- 8.7.4 Leash Handling -- 8.7.5 Balance and Body Awareness -- 8.7.6 Handling Scenarios -- 8.7.7 Breaking Up a Dogfight -- 8.8 Handling Dogs during the Process of Euthanasia -- 8.8.1 Environment -- 8.8.2 Euthanasia Techniques and Handling Methods -- 8.9 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 9 Assessing the Behavior of Shelter Dogs -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.1.1 Decision-Making -- 9.1.2 The Observational Assessment Model -- 9.2 Sources of Behavior Information -- 9.2.1 Information from Relinquishing Owners -- 9.2.2 Medical Staff Observations -- 9.2.3 Daily Care Staff and Volunteer Observations -- 9.2.4 Walks and Field Trips -- 9.2.5 Socialization Sessions -- 9.2.6 In-Kennel Behavior -- 9.2.7 Playgroups -- 9.2.8 Foster Stay and Adopter Returns -- 9.2.9 Standardized Behavior Evaluations -- 9.3 Behavior Information and Pathway Planning -- 9.4 Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 10 Canine Housing and Husbandry for Behavioral Well-Being -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Admission to the Animal Shelter -- 10.3 General Housing Considerations -- 10.3.1 Size, Layout, and Construction of Enclosures -- 10.3.2 Social Interactions and Environmental Enrichment -- 10.3.3 Daily Rounds and Pathway Planning -- 10.3.4 Foster Care -- 10.3.5 Sanitation Considerations -- 10.4 Behavior and Sensory Factors to Consider for Dog Housing -- 10.4.1 Smell -- 10.4.2 Hearing -- 10.4.3 Vision -- 10.5 Types of Primary Enclosures -- 10.5.1 Small Unenriched Cages -- 10.5.2 Single Enriched Enclosures -- 10.5.3 Double-Sided Enclosures -- 10.6 Co-housing in Pairs or Small Groups -- 10.7 Areas for Enrichment, Exercise, and Training -- 10.8 Initial Housing Considerations -- 10.9 Housing during Disasters -- 10.10 Conclusions -- References.
Chapter 11 Canine Enrichment -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Enrichment Interventions in the Animal Shelter -- 11.2.1 Human Social Interaction -- 11.2.2 Canine Social Interaction -- 11.2.3 Object Enrichment -- 11.2.4 Auditory Enrichment -- 11.2.5 Olfactory Enrichment -- 11.2.6 Visual Stimulation -- 11.3 Assessing Enrichment -- 11.3.1 What to Measure -- 11.3.2 How to Measure -- 11.3.3 Measurement Methods -- 11.4 Implementing and Maintaining an Enrichment Program -- 11.4.1 Training -- 11.4.2 Arranging the Environment -- 11.4.3 Arranging Consequences -- 11.4.4 Using Staff for Effective Enrichment Programs -- 11.4.5 Engaging the Public for Effective Enrichment Programs -- 11.5 Conclusions -- References -- Appendix 11.A Data Sheet -- Time Sampling -- Chapter 12 Training and Behavior Modification for Shelter Dogs -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Structured Training Programs -- 12.3 Behavior Modification Programs within the General Shelter Environment -- 12.3.1 Intraspecific Aggression -- 12.3.2 Excessive Arousal -- 12.3.3 Fearfulness -- 12.4 Success of Behavior Modification in Shelters -- 12.5 Dedicated Behavior Rehabilitation Facilities -- 12.6 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 13 Play and Playgroups -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 The Science of Play -- 13.2.1 Social Play in Canids -- 13.2.2 Psychological Benefits of Play -- 13.2.3 Playgroups as Enrichment -- 13.3 Tools and Terminology -- 13.4 Shelter Playgroup Models -- 13.4.1 Dogs Playing for Life -- 13.4.2 Shelter Playgroup Alliance -- 13.5 Canine Playgroups in Shelter Settings -- 13.5.1 Setting Goals for a Successful Playgroup Program -- 13.5.2 Arranging the Physical Environment -- 13.5.3 Arranging the Social Environment -- 13.5.4 Selecting Playgroup Candidates -- 13.5.5 Implementation of Playgroups -- 13.6 Evaluating Quality of Life and Adoptability -- 13.7 Conclusions -- References.
Section 4 Cats in the Shelter.
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Hoboken, New Jersey : , : Wiley-Blackwell, , [2022]
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Animal behavior for shelter veterinarians and staff / / edited by Brian A. DiGangi [and three others]
Animal behavior for shelter veterinarians and staff / / edited by Brian A. DiGangi [and three others]
Edizione [Second edition.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Hoboken, New Jersey : , : Wiley-Blackwell, , [2022]
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (707 pages)
Disciplina 636.0887
Soggetto topico Animal welfare
Human-animal relationships
ISBN 1-119-61850-9
1-119-61851-7
1-119-61849-5
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- About the Companion Website -- Section 1 Foundations in Behavioral Health -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 Introduction to Dog Behavior -- 1.1 Evolutionary History of the Species -- 1.2 Dogs and Humans -- 1.2.1 Dog Interspecific Social Cognition -- 1.2.2 Dog-Human Relationships -- 1.2.3 Relationships between Dogs -- 1.3 Dog Behavioral Development -- 1.3.1 Neonatal and Transitional Periods -- 1.3.2 Sensitive or Socialization Period -- 1.3.3 Juvenile and Adolescent Periods -- 1.3.4 Senior Dogs -- 1.4 Dog Communication -- 1.4.1 Visual Communication -- 1.4.2 Acoustic Communication -- 1.4.3 Olfactory Communication -- 1.5 Complex Behaviors -- 1.6 Influences on Dog Behavior -- 1.6.1 Breeds and Behavior -- 1.6.2 Spay and Neuter and Behavior -- 1.6.3 Shelter Environment -- 1.7 Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 2 Introduction to Cat Behavior -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Domestication -- 2.3 Sensory Perception -- 2.3.1 Vision -- 2.3.2 Hearing -- 2.3.3 Olfaction -- 2.3.4 Taste -- 2.3.5 Touch and Balance -- 2.4 Communication -- 2.4.1 Vocalization -- 2.4.2 Scent -- 2.4.3 Visual Signals -- 2.5 Behavioral Development -- 2.5.1 Genetics -- 2.5.2 Sensitive Periods of Development -- 2.6 Maintenance Behaviors -- 2.6.1 Play -- 2.6.2 Hunting -- 2.6.3 Ingestive Behavior -- 2.6.4 Elimination -- 2.6.5 Scratching -- 2.6.6 Reproduction -- 2.7 Sociality -- 2.7.1 Intraspecific -- 2.7.2 Interspecific -- 2.7.3 Aggression -- 2.7.4 Fears, Phobias, and Anxiety -- 2.8 Learning and Cognition -- 2.9 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 3 How Animals Learn -- 3.1 Introduction: What Is Learning? -- 3.2 Non-associative Learning -- 3.3 Associative Learning -- 3.3.1 Respondent Conditioning -- 3.3.2 Operant Conditioning -- 3.4 Effectiveness of Consequences.
3.4.1 Conditioned Reinforcement and Conditioned Punishment -- 3.4.2 Extinction and Shaping -- 3.4.3 Stimulus Control -- 3.5 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 4 The Relationship between Physiology and Behavior in Dogs and Cats -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 General Concepts of the Relationship between Medical and Behavioral Issues -- 4.3 Recognizing the Behavior of the Sick Animal -- 4.3.1 Cats -- 4.4 The Role of Stress -- 4.4.1 Cats -- 4.5 The Behavior of Pain -- 4.5.1 Cats -- 4.5.2 Neuropathic Pain -- 4.6 Common Medical Conditions Resulting in Behavioral Signs -- 4.6.1 Anxiety Disorders -- 4.6.2 Neurological Disorders -- 4.6.3 Urogenital Disorders -- 4.6.4 Gastrointestinal Disorders -- 4.6.5 Dermatological Disease -- 4.6.6 Endocrine Disease -- 4.7 Medical Conditions That Have Breed Tendencies and Their Associated Behavior Changes -- 4.8 Behavior and/or Medical Conditions Seen in Intact versus Neutered Dogs -- 4.8.1 Female Canine -- 4.8.2 Male Canine -- 4.8.3 Normal Sex-Related Behaviors -- 4.8.4 Effects of Gonadectomy on the Behavior of Dogs -- 4.9 Behavior and/or Medical Conditions Seen in Intact versus Neutered Cats -- 4.9.1 Female Feline -- 4.9.2 Male Feline -- 4.9.3 Normal Sex-Related Behaviors -- 4.9.4 Effects of Gonadectomy on the Behavior of Cats -- 4.10 Side Effects of Common Medications -- 4.11 Conclusions -- References -- Section 2 Pets in the Community -- Chapter 5 Safety Net Programs -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Benefits of Safety Net Programs -- 5.3 Program Types -- 5.3.1 Basic Needs -- 5.3.2 Veterinary Care -- 5.3.3 Behavioral Care -- 5.4 How to Choose the Right Programs -- 5.4.1 Community Landscape-Assessing Pet Ownership Needs in the Community -- 5.4.2 Program Goal and Potential Impact -- 5.4.3 Resources Required -- 5.4.4 Strategic Decision-Making -- 5.4.5 Measuring Impact and Program Evaluation -- 5.4.6 Scalability/ProgramPhase-out.
5.5 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 6 Dog Behavior and Relinquishment to Shelters -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 A Brief History of Relinquishment Data -- 6.3 Lessons Learned from Risk Factor Studies -- 6.4 The Importance of Definitions -- 6.5 The Challenge of Determining How and When Behaviors May Threaten Human-Canine Bonds -- 6.6 Preventing Behavior-Related Relinquishment and Facilitating Adoptions: Compatible or Competing Priorities? -- 6.7 How Have Relinquishment Prevention Measures Worked? -- 6.8 Behavioral Interventions That May Promote Adoptions and Prevent Returns -- 6.8.1 Supporting Adoption-Promoting Behaviors -- 6.8.2 Supporting Behavioral Hygiene -- 6.8.3 The Kennel Environment: Context Can Train Undesirable Behaviors -- 6.9 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 7 Management of Community Cats -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Effective TNR -- 7.2.1 Modeling TNR -- 7.2.2 Counting Cats -- 7.2.3 Recent Community Cat Management Research -- 7.2.4 Community Cat Welfare -- 7.2.5 Recent Shelter Intake and Community Cat Research -- 7.3 Return to Field -- 7.4 Continuing Controversies around TNR -- 7.5 Communication -- 7.6 Cat Impact in the Community -- 7.6.1 Predation Behavior -- 7.6.2 New Understanding of Predator-Prey Behavior -- 7.7 Cat Behavior in the Community -- 7.8 Keeping Community Cats Out of the Shelter -- 7.9 Community Cats in the Shelter -- 7.10 Conclusions -- References -- Section 3 Dogs in the Shelter -- Chapter 8 Handling Shelter Dogs -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 What Is Stress? -- 8.3 Stress in Shelter Dogs -- 8.4 Body Language -- 8.5 Responding to the Dog's Emotional State -- 8.5.1 Timing -- 8.6 Low-Stress Handling -- 8.6.1 Entering and Exiting Kennels -- 8.6.2 Moving Dogs Around the Shelter -- 8.6.3 Getting a Dog Comfortable with a New Handler -- 8.6.4 Handling for Procedures -- 8.6.5 Developing Positive Associations.
8.6.6 Reducing Stress through Handling -- 8.7 Defensive Handling -- 8.7.1 Why Do We Need These Skills? -- 8.7.2 Have a Plan -- 8.7.3 Equipment -- 8.7.4 Leash Handling -- 8.7.5 Balance and Body Awareness -- 8.7.6 Handling Scenarios -- 8.7.7 Breaking Up a Dogfight -- 8.8 Handling Dogs during the Process of Euthanasia -- 8.8.1 Environment -- 8.8.2 Euthanasia Techniques and Handling Methods -- 8.9 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 9 Assessing the Behavior of Shelter Dogs -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.1.1 Decision-Making -- 9.1.2 The Observational Assessment Model -- 9.2 Sources of Behavior Information -- 9.2.1 Information from Relinquishing Owners -- 9.2.2 Medical Staff Observations -- 9.2.3 Daily Care Staff and Volunteer Observations -- 9.2.4 Walks and Field Trips -- 9.2.5 Socialization Sessions -- 9.2.6 In-Kennel Behavior -- 9.2.7 Playgroups -- 9.2.8 Foster Stay and Adopter Returns -- 9.2.9 Standardized Behavior Evaluations -- 9.3 Behavior Information and Pathway Planning -- 9.4 Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 10 Canine Housing and Husbandry for Behavioral Well-Being -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Admission to the Animal Shelter -- 10.3 General Housing Considerations -- 10.3.1 Size, Layout, and Construction of Enclosures -- 10.3.2 Social Interactions and Environmental Enrichment -- 10.3.3 Daily Rounds and Pathway Planning -- 10.3.4 Foster Care -- 10.3.5 Sanitation Considerations -- 10.4 Behavior and Sensory Factors to Consider for Dog Housing -- 10.4.1 Smell -- 10.4.2 Hearing -- 10.4.3 Vision -- 10.5 Types of Primary Enclosures -- 10.5.1 Small Unenriched Cages -- 10.5.2 Single Enriched Enclosures -- 10.5.3 Double-Sided Enclosures -- 10.6 Co-housing in Pairs or Small Groups -- 10.7 Areas for Enrichment, Exercise, and Training -- 10.8 Initial Housing Considerations -- 10.9 Housing during Disasters -- 10.10 Conclusions -- References.
Chapter 11 Canine Enrichment -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Enrichment Interventions in the Animal Shelter -- 11.2.1 Human Social Interaction -- 11.2.2 Canine Social Interaction -- 11.2.3 Object Enrichment -- 11.2.4 Auditory Enrichment -- 11.2.5 Olfactory Enrichment -- 11.2.6 Visual Stimulation -- 11.3 Assessing Enrichment -- 11.3.1 What to Measure -- 11.3.2 How to Measure -- 11.3.3 Measurement Methods -- 11.4 Implementing and Maintaining an Enrichment Program -- 11.4.1 Training -- 11.4.2 Arranging the Environment -- 11.4.3 Arranging Consequences -- 11.4.4 Using Staff for Effective Enrichment Programs -- 11.4.5 Engaging the Public for Effective Enrichment Programs -- 11.5 Conclusions -- References -- Appendix 11.A Data Sheet -- Time Sampling -- Chapter 12 Training and Behavior Modification for Shelter Dogs -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Structured Training Programs -- 12.3 Behavior Modification Programs within the General Shelter Environment -- 12.3.1 Intraspecific Aggression -- 12.3.2 Excessive Arousal -- 12.3.3 Fearfulness -- 12.4 Success of Behavior Modification in Shelters -- 12.5 Dedicated Behavior Rehabilitation Facilities -- 12.6 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 13 Play and Playgroups -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 The Science of Play -- 13.2.1 Social Play in Canids -- 13.2.2 Psychological Benefits of Play -- 13.2.3 Playgroups as Enrichment -- 13.3 Tools and Terminology -- 13.4 Shelter Playgroup Models -- 13.4.1 Dogs Playing for Life -- 13.4.2 Shelter Playgroup Alliance -- 13.5 Canine Playgroups in Shelter Settings -- 13.5.1 Setting Goals for a Successful Playgroup Program -- 13.5.2 Arranging the Physical Environment -- 13.5.3 Arranging the Social Environment -- 13.5.4 Selecting Playgroup Candidates -- 13.5.5 Implementation of Playgroups -- 13.6 Evaluating Quality of Life and Adoptability -- 13.7 Conclusions -- References.
Section 4 Cats in the Shelter.
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Animal Biography [[electronic resource] ] : Re-framing Animal Lives / / edited by André Krebber, Mieke Roscher
Animal Biography [[electronic resource] ] : Re-framing Animal Lives / / edited by André Krebber, Mieke Roscher
Edizione [1st ed. 2018.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Cham : , : Springer International Publishing : , : Imprint : Palgrave Macmillan, , 2018
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (268 pages)
Disciplina 590
Collana Palgrave Studies in Animals and Literature
Soggetto topico Literature—Philosophy
Literature, Modern—20th century
Literature, Modern—21st century
Animal welfare
Literary Theory
Contemporary Literature
Animal Welfare/Animal Ethics
ISBN 3-319-98288-5
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto 1. Introduction: Biographies, Animals and Individuality, André Krebber and Mieke Roscher -- 2. Living, Biting Monitors, a Morose Howler, and Other Infamous Animals: Animal Biographies in Ethology and Zoo Biology, Matthew Chrulew -- 3. Finding a Man and his Horse in the Archive?, Hilda Kean -- 4. Recovering and Reconstructing Animal Selves in Literary Autozoographies, Frederike Middelhoff -- 5. A Dog’s Life: The Challenges and Possibilities of Animal Biography, Aaron Skabelund -- 6. “We Know Them All” – Does it Make Sense to Create a Collective Biography of the European Bison?, Markus Krzoska -- 7. Animal Life Stories; Or, the Making of Animal Subjects in Primatological Narratives of Fieldwork, Mira Shah -- 8. Taxidermy's Literary Biographies, Susan McHugh -- 9. Caesar – The Rise and Dawn of a Humanimalistic Identity, Daniel Wolf -- 10. Postscript, Posthuman: Werner Herzog's “Crocodile” at the End of the World, Dominic O’Key -- 11. The Elephant’s I: Looking for Abu’l Abbas, Radhika Subramaniam -- 12. Topsy: The Elephant We Must Never Forget, Kim Stallwood -- 13. Online Animal (Auto-)Biographies: What Does it Mean When We “Give Animals a Voice”?.
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