Animal Welfare References Indexed By Topic




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RABBIT


Does & Kits:

  • Baumann, P., H. Oester, M. Stauffacher. (2005). “The influence of pup odour on the nest related behaviour of rabbit does (Oryctolagus cuniculus).” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 93: 123-133.

  • Baumann, P., H. Oester, M. Stauffacher. (2005). “Effects of temporary nest box removal on maternal behaviour and pup survival in caged rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus).” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 91: 167-178.

  • Canali, E., V. Ferrante, R. Todeschini, M. Verga, C. Carenzi. (1991). “Rabbit nest construction and its relationship with litter development.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 31: 259-266.

  • Selzer, D., K. Lange, St. Hoy. (2004). “Frequency of nursing in domestic rabbits under different housing conditions.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 87: 317-324.

  • Verga, M., E. Canali, F. Pizzi, C. Crimella. (1986). “Induced reactions in young rabbits of dams of different parity and reared on two different nursing schedules.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 16(3): 285-293.


Rabbit Behavior & Housing:

  • Chu, L.R., J.P. Garner, J.A. Mench. (2004). “A behavioral comparison of New Zealand White rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) housed individually or in pairs in conventional laboratory cages.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 85: 121-139.

  • Drescher, B. (1994). “Housing systems for breeding rabbits with respect to animal welfare.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 40(1): 76-77.

  • Gunn, D., D.B. Morton. (1995). “Inventory of the behaviour of New Zealand White rabbits in laboratory cages.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 45: 277-292.

  • Hall, L.S., K. Myers. (1978). “Variations in the microclimate in rabbit warrens in semi-arid New South Wales.” Austral Ecology. 3(2): 187-194.

  • Hansen, L.T., H. Berthelsen. (2000). “The effect of environmental enrichment on the behaviour of caged rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus).” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 68(2): 163-178.

  • Held, S.D.E., R.J. Turner, R.J. Wooton. (1995). “Choices of laboratory rabbits for individual or group-housing.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 46: 81-91.

  • Jezierski, T., N. Scheffler, W. Bessei, E. Schumacher. (2005). “Demand functions for cage size in rabbits selectively bred for high and low activity in open-field.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 93: 323-339.

  • Kasa, W., C.J. Thwaites. (1990). “The effects of elevated temperature and humidity on rectal temperature and respiration rate in the New Zealand white rabbit.” International Journal of Biometeorology. 34(3): 157-160.

  • Lehmann, M. (1991). “Social behaviour in young domestic rabbits under semi-natural conditions.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 32: 269-292.

  • Lidfors, L. (1997). “Behavioural effects of environmental enrichment for individually caged rabbits.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 52: 157-169.

  • Morisse, J.P., R. Maurice (1997). “Influence of stocking density or group size on behaviour of fattening rabbits kept under intensive conditions.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 54(4): 351-357.

  • Morisse, J.P., E. Boilletot, A. Martrenchar. (1999). “Preference testing in intensively kept meat production rabbits for straw on wire grid floor.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 64(1): 71-80.

  • Orengo, J., T. Gidenne. (2007). “Feeding behaviour and caecotrophy in the young rabbit before weaning: An approach by analysing the digestive contents.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 102: 106-118.

  • Podberscek, A.L., J.K. Blackshaw, A.W. Beattie. (1991). “The behaviour of group penned and individually caged laboratory rabbits.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 28(4): 353-363.

  • Vastrade, F.M. (1987). “Spacing behaviour of free-ranging domestic rabbits, Oryctolagus cuniculus L.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 18(2): 185-195.

  • Vastrade, F.M. (1986). “The social behaviour of free-ranging domestic rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus L.).” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 16(2): 165-177.


Human-Rabbit Interactions:

  • Csatadi, K., Agnes B., Vilmos A. (2007). “Specificity of early handling: Are rabbit pups able to distinguish between people?” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 107:322-327

  • Csatadi, K., K. Kustos, C.S. Eiben, A. Bilko, V. Altbacker. (2005). “Even minimal human contact linked to nursing reduces fear responses toward humans in rabbits.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 95: 123-128.

  • Jezierski, T.A., A.M. Konecka. (1996). “Handling and rearing results in young rabbits.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 46: 243-250.

  • Podberscek, A.L., J.K. Blackshaw, A.W. Beattie. (1991). “The effects of repeated handling by familiar and unfamiliar people on rabbits in individual cages and group pens,” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 28(4): 365-373.

  • Kersten, A.M.P., F.M. Meijsser, J.H.M. Metz. (1989). “Effects of early handling on later open-field behaviour in rabbits.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 24(2): 157-167.


Miscellaneous

  • Jolley, P.D. (1990). “Rabbit transport and its effects on meat quality.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 28: 119-134.

  • Meijsser, F.M., A.M.P. Kersten, P.R. Wierkema, J.H.M. Metz. (1989). “An analysis of the open-field performance of sub-adult rabbits.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 24(2): 147-155.



RODENT


Mice:

  • Marques, J.M. Olsson, I.A.S. (2007). “The effect of preweaning and postweaning housing on the behavior of the laboratory mouse (Mus musculus).” 41:92-102.

  • Sherwin, C.M., E.F. Glen. (2003). “Cage colour preferences and effects of home cage colour on anxiety in laboratory mice.” Animal Behavior 66(6):1085-1092.

  • Van Loo P.L.P., C.L.J.J. Kruitwagen, L.F.M. Van Zutphen, J.M. Koolhaas, V. Baumans. (2000). “Modulation of aggression in male mice: influence of cage cleaning regime and scent marks.” Animal Welfare 9(3):281-295.

  • Van Loo, P.L.P., H.A. Van de Weerd, L.F.M. Van Zutphen. V. Baumans. (2004). “Preference for social contact versus environmental enrichment in male laboratory mice.” Laboratory Animals 38(2):178-188.



Rats:

  • Abou-Ismail, U.A., O.H.P. Burman, C.J. Nicol, M. Mendl. (2008). “Let Sleeping Rats lie: does the timing of husbandry procedures affect laboratory rat behavior physiology and welfare?” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 111:329-341.

  • Altun, M., E. Bergman, E. Edstrom, H. Johnson, B. Ulfhake. (2007). “Behavioral impairments of the aging rat.” Physiology and Behavior 92(5): 911-923.

  • Armario, A, J.L. Montero, J. Balasch. (1986). “Sensitivity of Corticosterone and some metabolic variables to graded levels of low intensity stresses in adult male rats.” Physiology and Behavior 37(4):559-561.

  • Augustsson, H, L. Lindberg, A.U. Hoglund, K. Dahlborn. (2002). „Human–animal interactions and animal welfare in conventionally and pen-housed rats.” Laboratory Animals 36(3):271-281.

  • Batchelor, GR. (1993). “An enriched commune housing system for laboratory rats—a preliminary view.” Animal Technology 44:201-213.

  • Batchelor, GR. (1994). “The rest/activity rhythm of the laboratory rat housed under different systems.” Animal Technology 45:181-187.

  • Belz, E.E., J.S. Kennell, R.K. Czambel, R.T. Rubin, M.E. Rhodes. (2003). “Environmental enrichment lowers stress-responsive hormones in singly housed male and female rats.” Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 76:481-486.

  • Blanchard, R.J., D.C. Blanchard. (2003). “Bringing natural behaviors into the laboratory: a tribute to Paul MacLean.” Physiology and Behavior 79(3):515– 524.

  • Blom, H.J.M., G. Van Tintelen, V. Baumans, J. Ven Den Broek, A.C. Beyen. (1995). ”Development and application of a preference test system to evaluate housing conditions for laboratory rats.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 43(4):279-290.

  • Burghardt, P.R., L. Fulk, G. Hand, M. Wilson. (2004.) “The effects of chronic treadmill and wheel running behavior in rats.” Brain Research 1019: 84-96.

  • Burman, O.H.P., M. Mendl. (2000). “Short-term social memory in the laboratory rat: its susceptibility to disturbance.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 67(3):241–254.

  • Burman, O., R. Parker, E.S. Paul, M. Mendl. (2008). “A spatial judgement task to determine background emotional state in laboratory rats, Rattus norvegicus.” Animal Behavior 76(3): 801-809.

  • Burn, C. (2008). “What is it like to be a rat? Rat sensory perception and its implications for experimental design and rat welfare.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 112: 1-32.

  • Burn, C., G. Mason. (2008). “Rats seem indifferent between their own scent-marked homecages and clean cages.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 115: 201-210.

  • Cui, M., Y. Yang, J. Yang, J. Zhang, H. Han, W. Ma, H. Li, R. Mao, L. Xu, W. Hao, J. Cao. (2006) “Enriched environment experience overcomes the memory deficits and depressive-like behavior induced by early life stress.” Neuroscience Letters 404: 208-212.

  • Hackbarth, H., N. Küppers, W. Bohnet. (2000). “Euthanasia of rats with carbon dioxide—animal welfare aspects.” Laboratory Animals 34(1):91-96.

  • Hurst, J.L., C.J. Barnard, U. Tolladay, C.M. Nevision, C.D. West. (1999). “Housing and welfare in laboratory rats: effects of cage stocking density and behavioural predictors of welfare.” Animal Behaviour 58(3):563-586.

  • Hurst, J.L., C.J. Barnard, C.M. Nevison, C.D. West. (1998). “Housing and welfare in laboratory rats: the welfare implications of social isolation and social contact among females.” Animal Welfare 7(2): 121-136.

  • Johnson, S.R., E.G. Patterson-Kane, L. Niel. (2004) “Foraging enrichment for laboratory rats.” Animal Welfare 13(3): 305-312.

  • Key, D. (2004). “Environmental enrichment options for laboratory rats and mice.” Lab Animal 33(2):39-44.

  • Leach, M.C., V.A. Bowel, T.F. Allan, D.B. Morton. (2002). “Aversion to gaseous euthanasia agents in rats and mice.” Comparative Medicine 52(3):249-257.

  • Lesham, M., M. Sherman. (2006) “Troubles shared are troubles halved: Stress in rats is reduced in proportion to social propinquity.” Physiology and Behavior 89(3): 399-401.

  • Moncek, F., R. Duncko, B.B. Johansson, D. Jezova. (2004). “Effect of Environmental Enrichment on Stress Related Systems in Rats.” Journal of Neuroendocrinology 16(5):423–431.

  • Nielsen, B.L. (1999). “On the interpretation of feeding behaviour measures and the use of feeding rate as an indicator of social constraint.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 63(1):79–91.

  • Olsson, I.A.S., K. Westlund. (2007). “More than numbers matter: the effect of social factors on behavior and welfare of laboratory rodents and non-human primates.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 103: 229-254.

  • Parent, C.I., M.K. Meany. (2008). “The influence of natural variations in maternal care on play fighting in the rat.” Developmental Psychobiology 50(8): 767-776.

  • Patterson-Kane, E.G., D.N. Harper, M. Hunt. (2001).” The cage preferences of laboratory rats.” Laboratory Animals 35(1):74-79.

  • Spangenberg, E., K. Dahlborn, B. Essen-Gustavsson, K. Cvek. (2009). “Effects of Physical activity and group size on animal welfare in laboratory rats.” Animal Welfare 18: 159-169.

  • Ras, T., M. van de Ven, E.G. Patterson-Kane, K. Nelson. (2002). “Rats’ preferences for corn versus wood-based bedding and nesting materials.” Laboratory Animals 36(4):420-425.

  • Rodel, H., G. Prager, V. Stefanski, D. Von Holst, R. Hudson. (2008). “Separating maternal and litter-size effects on early postnatal growth in two species of altricial small animals.” Physiology and Behavior 93: 826-834.

  • Townsend, P. (1997). “Use of in-cage shelters by laboratory rats.” Animal Welfare 6(2):95-103.

  • van de Weerd, H.A., F.A.R. van den Broek, V. Baumans. (1996). ”Preference for different types of flooring in two rat strains.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 46:251-261.

  • William, C.M., P.M. Riddell, L.A. Scott. (2008). “Comparison of preferences for object properties in the rat using paired- and free-choice paradigms.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 112: 146-157.



EQUINE


Equine Behavior and Housing:

  • Brady, C.M., C.S. Kanne. (2002). “Introduction to horse management. Animal Sciences: Horses.” Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service. http://www.ces.purdue.edu/extmedia/AS/AS_554_W.pdf

  • Marteniuk, J. and C. Carleton. (2004). “Castration Concerns for the Equine Owner.” College of Veterinary Medicine, Michigan State University. http://old.cvm.msu.edu/extension/equine/CastrationConcensfortheEquineOwner.pdf.

  • Caudle, A.B., D.C. Pugh. (1986). “Restraint.” Veterinary Clinics of North America.” Equine Practic. 2(3):645-651.

  • Christensen, J., T. Zharkikh, J. Ladewig, N. Yasinetskaya. (2002). “Social behavior in stallion groups (Equus przewalskii and Equus caballus) kept under natural and domestic conditions.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 76(1): 11-20.

  • Agricultural Animal Health Care. (1999). In: Guide for the Care and Use of Agricultural Animals in Agricultural Research and Teaching. Federation of Animal Science Societies.

  • Heleski, C.R., A.C. Shelle, B.D. Nielsen, A.J. Zanella. (2002). “Influence of housing on weanling horse behavior and subsequent welfare.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science

  • 78: 291-302.

  • Holcombe, S.J., C. Jackson, V. Gerber, A. Jefcoat, C. Berney, S. Eberhardt, N.E. Robinson. (2001). “Stabling is associated with airway inflammation in young Arabian horses.” Equine Veterinary Journal 33(3): 244-249.

  • Houpt, K.A. (1995). “New perspectives on equine stereotypic behaviour.” Equine Veterinary Journal 27(2): 82-83.

  • Houpt, K.A. (2002). “Formation and dissolution of the mare—foal bond.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 78: 319-328.

  • Jørgensen, G.H.M., K.E. Bøe. (2007). “A note on the effect of daily exercise and paddock size on the behaviour of domestic horses (Equus caballus).” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 107: 166-173.

  • Lansade, L., M. Bertrand, X. Boivin, M.F. Bouissou. (2004). “Effects of handling at weaning on manageability and reactivity of foals.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 87: 131–149.

  • Malinowski, K., N.A. Haliquist, et al. (1990). “Effect of different separation protocols between mares and foals on plasma cortisol and cell-mediated immune response.” Equine Nutrition and Physiology Society Refereed papers from the 11th Symposium. Equine Veterinary Science Volume 10, Number 5 1990.

  • McDonnell, S.M., A. Poulin. (2002). “Equid play ethogram.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 78: 263-290.

  • McGreevy, P.D., P.J. Cripps, N.P. French, L.E. Green, C.J. Nicol. (1995). “Management factors associated with stereotypic and redirected behaviour in the Thoroughbred horse.” Equine Veterinary Journal 27(2): 86-91.

  • Merl, S., S. Scherzer, R. Palme, E. Mostl. (2000). “Pain causes increased concentrations of glucocorticoid metabolites in horse feces.” Journal of Equine Veterinary Science Volume 20, Number 9, 2000.

  • Nutrition of the Broodmare. 1988. University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service. http://www.uky.edu/Ag/AnimalSciences/extension/pubpdfs/asc112.pdf

  • Pasturing Guidelines for Horses. 2004. College of Veterinary Medicine, Michigan State University.

  • Rivera, E., S. Benjamin, B. Nielsen, J. Shelle, A.J. Zanella. (2001). “Behavioral and physiological responses of horses to initial training: the comparison between pastured versus stalled horses.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 78: 235–252.

  • Søndergaard, E., Halekoh, U. (2003). “Young horses’ reactions to humans in relation to handling and social environment.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 84(4): 265–280.

  • Waters, A.J., C.J. Nicol, N.P. French. (2002). “Factors influencing the development of stereotypic and redirected behaviours in young horses: findings of a four year prospective epidemiological study.” Equine Veterinary Journal 34(6): 572-579.

  • Williams, J.L., T.H. Friend, M.N. Collins, M.J. Toscano, A. Sisto-Burt, C.H. Nevill. (2003). “Effects of imprint training procedure at birth on the reactions of foals at age six months.” Equine Veterinary Journal 35(2): 127-132.


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