Animal Welfare References Indexed By Topic




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COMPANION ANIMALS


General:

  • Hewson, C., J. Wojciechowska. (2003). “Is she suffering? A theoretical approach to assessing quality of life in companion animals.” Annual Conference of the International Society for Applied Ethology, Abano Terme, Italy June 2003 (Proceedings 37). http://www.applied-ethology.org/isaemeetings_files/2003%20ISAE%20in%20Abano%20Therme,%20Italy.pdf


Cat Behavior and Welfare:

  • Barratt, D.G. (1997). “Home range size, habitat utilization and movement patterns of suburban and farm cats Felis catus.” Ecography 20(3):271-280.

  • Bloomberg, M.S. (1996). “Surgical neutering and nonsurgical alternatives.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 208(4):517-519.

  • Cambridge, A.J., K.M. Tobias, R.C. Newberry, D.K. Sarkar. (2000). “Subjective and objective measurements of postoperative pain in cats.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 217(5):685-690.

  • Crowell-Davis, S.L., et al. (1997). “Social behavior and aggressive problems of cats.” Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice 27:549-568.

  • Dehasse, J. (1997). “Feline urine spraying.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 52:365-371.

  • Heidenberger, E. (1997). “Housing conditions and behavioural problems of indoor cats as assessed by their owners.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 52:345-364.

  • Landsberg, G. (1996). “Feline behavior and welfare.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 208:502-505.

  • Loveridge, G.G., L.J. Horrocks, A.J. Hawthorne. (1995). “Environmentally enriched housing for cats when housed singly.” Animal Welfare 4:135-141.

  • Marder, A.R., J.M. Engel. (2002). “Long-term outcome after treatment of feline inappropriate elimination.” Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 5(4):299-308.

  • Pryor, P.A., B.L. Hart, M.J. Bain, K.D. Cliff. (2001). “Causes of urine marking in cats and effects of environmental management on frequency of marking.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 219(12):1709-1713.

  • Rochlitz, I. (1999). “Recommendations for the housing of cats in the home, in catteries and animal shelters, in laboratories and in veterinary surgeries.” Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 1:181-191.

  • Rochlitz, I. (2003). ‘Study of factors that may predispose domestic cats to road traffic accidents: part 1.” Veterinary Record 153:549-553.

  • Rochlitz, I. (2004). “The effect of road traffic accidents on domestic cats and their owners.” Animal Welfare 13:51-55.

  • Serpell, .J.A. (1996). “Evidence for an association between pet behavior and owner attachment levels.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 47:49-60.

  • Voith, V.L., P.L. Borchelt. (1986). “Social behavior of domestic cats.” Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 8:637-646.

  • Wells, D.L., J.M. Egli. (2004). “The influence of olfactory enrichment on the behaviour of captive black-footed cats, Felis nigripes.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 85:107-119.

  • Yamaguchi, N., D.W. MacDonald. (1996). “Parasite prevalence in free-ranging farm cats, Felis silvestris catus.” Epidemiol. Infect. 116:217-223.

  • Yeon, S.C., J.A. Flanders. (2001). “Attitudes of owners regarding tendonectomy and onychectomy in cats.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 218:43-47.


Dog Behavior and Welfare:

  • Beerda, B., M.B.H. Schilder, et al. (1998). “Behavioural, saliva cortisol and heart rate responses to different types of stimuli in dogs.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 58:365-381.

  • Bennett, P.C., E. Perini. (2003). ”Tail docking in dogs: a review of the issues.” Australian Veterinary Journal 81:208-218.

  • Chen, C.L., S.A. Kumar. (1978). “Serum hyrdocortisone (cortisol) values in normal and adrenopathic dogs as determined by radioimmunoassay.” American Journal of Veterinary Research 39 (1):179-181.

  • Crenshaw, W.E., C.N. Carter. (1995). “Should dogs in animal shelters be neutered early?” Veterinary Medicine 90: 756-760.

  • German, A.L. (2006). “The Growing Problem of Obesity in Dogs and Cats.” The Journal of Nutrition 136: 1940S-1946S.

  • German, A.J., S.L. Holden, et al. (2006). “A Simple, Reliable Tool for Owners to Assess the Body Condition of Their Dog or Cat.” The Journal of Nutrition 136: 2031S-2033S.

  • Goddard, M.E., R.G. Beilharz. (1983). “A factor analysis of fearfulness in potential guide dogs.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 12: 253-265.

  • Goddard, M.E., R.G. Beilharz. (1986). “Early prediction of adult behavior in potential guide dogs.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 15: 247-260.

  • Haverbeke, A., C. Diederich, E. Depiereux, J.M. Giffroy. (2008). “Cortisol and Behavioral Responses of Working Dogs to Environmental Challenges.” Physiology and Behavior 93: 59-67.

  • Hennessy, M.B., H.N. Davis, et al. (1997). “Plasma Cortisol Levels of Dogs at a County Animal Shelter.” Physiology and Behavior. 62:485-490.

  • Hiby, E.F., N.J. Rooney. (2004). “Dog training methods: their use, effectiveness and interaction with behaviour and welfare.” Animal Welfare 13:63-69.

  • Hubrecht, R.C. (1993). “A comparison of social and environmental enrichment methods for laboratory housed dogs.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 37:345-361.

  • Hubrecht, R.C. (1995). “Enrichment in puppyhood and its effects on later behavior in dogs.” Laboratory Animal Science 45(1):70-75.

  • Hubrecht, R. (2002). “Comfortable quarters for dogs in research institutions.” In: Comfortable Quarters for Laboratory Animals. Eds Reinhardt V, Reinhardt A. Animal Welfare Institute, Washington, DC. Pp 56-64.

  • Hubrecht, R.C., J.A. Serpell. (1992). “Correlates of pen size and housing conditions on the behaviour of kennelled dogs.” Applied Animal Behaivour Science 34:365-383.

  • Lane, D.R., J. McNicholas, and G.M. Collis. (1998). “Dogs for the disabled: benefits to recipients and welfare of the dog.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 59: 49-60.

  • Loveridge, G.G. (1998). “Environmentally enriched dog housing.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 59:101-113.

  • McGreevy, P.D, et al. (1999). “Some practical solutions to welfare problems in dog breeding.” Animal Welfare 8:329-341.

  • McGreevy, P.D, et al. (2005). “Prevalence of obesity in dogs examined by Australian veterinary practices and the risk factors involved.” Veterinary Record 156: 695-702.

  • Meyer, I., J. Ladewig. (2008). “The relationship between number of training sessions per week and learning in dogs.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 111: 311-320.

  • Netto, W.J., D.J.U. Planta. (1997). “Behavioural testing for aggression in the domestic dog.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 52:243-263.

  • Noonan, G.J., J.S. Rand. (1996). “Behavioural observations of puppies undergoing tail docking.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 49:335-342.

  • Reimers, T.J., L.K. Mummery. (1984). “Effects of reproductive state on concentrations of thyroxine, 3,5,3’-triiodothyronine and cortisol in serum of dogs.” Biology of Reproduction 31:148-154.

  • Reimers, T.J., D.F. Lawler, et al. (1990). “Effects of age, sex, and body size on serum concentrations of thyroid and adrenocortical hormones in dogs.” American Journal of Veterinary Research 51(3):454-457.

  • Rooney, N., S. Gaines, and E. Hiby. (2009). “A practitioner’s guide to working dog welfare.” Journal of Veterinary Behavior 4: 127-134.

  • Sales, G., R. Hubrecht,et al. (1997). “Noise in dog kenneling: is barking a welfare problem for dogs?” Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 52:321-329.

  • Serpell, J.A., Y. Hsu. (2001). “Development and validation of a novel method for evaluating behavior and temperament in guide dogs.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 72: 347-364.

  • Slabbert, J.M., O.A.E. Rasa. (1997). “Observational learning of an acquired maternal behavior pattern by working dog pups: an alternative training method?” Applied Animal Behavior Science 53: 309-316.

  • Streiff E.L., B. Zwischenberge, et al. (2002). „A comparison of the nutritional adequacy of home-prepared and commercial diets for dogs.” Waltham International Symposium: Pet Nutrition Coming of Age. Journal of Nutrition 132:1698S-1700S.

  • Svartberg, K. (2002). “Shyness-boldness predicts performance in working dogs.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 79: 157-174.

  • Theran, P. (1993). “Animal welfare forum: overpopulation of unwanted dogs and cats. Early-age neutering of dogs and cats.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 202:914-917.

  • Tuber, D.S., D.D. Miller, et al. (1999). “Dogs in Animal Shelters: Problems, Suggestions, and Needed Expertise.” Psychological Science 10:379-386.

  • Wells, D.L. (2004a). “A review of environmental enrichment for kennelled dogs, Canis familiaris. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 85:307-317.

  • Wells D.L. (2004b). “The influence of toys on the behaviour and welfare of kenneled dogs.” Animal Welfare 13:367-373.

  • Wells D., P.G. Hepper. (1992). “The behaviour of dogs in a rescue shelter.” Animal Welfare 1:171-186.

  • Wells D.L., P.G. Hepper. (1998).“ A note on the influence of visual conspecific contact on the behaviour of sheltered dogs.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 60:83-88.

  • Wells D.L., P.G. Hepper. (2000). “Prevalence of behaviour problems reported by owners of dogs purchased from an animal rescue shelter.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 69:55-65.

  • Wells D.L., P.G. Hepper. (2001). “The behavior of visitors towards dogs housed in an animal rescue shelter.” Anthrozoos 14:12-18.

  • Wells D.L., L Graham, P.G. Hepper. (2002a). “The influence of length of time in a rescue shelter on the behaviour of kenneled dogs.” Animal Welfare 11:317-325.

  • Wells D.L., L Graham, P.G. Hepper. (2002b). “The influence of auditory stimulation on the behaviour of dogs housed in a rescue shelter.” Animal Welfare 11:385-393.

  • Wilsson, E., P. Sundgren. (1997). “The use of a behavior test for the selection of dogs for service and breeding, I: Method of testing and evaluating test results in the adult dog, demands on different kinds of service dogs, sex and breed differences.” Applied Animal Behavior Science 53: 279-295.

  • Yin, S. (2002). “A New Perspective on Barking in Dogs (Canis familiaris).” Journal of Comparative Psychology 116:189-193.



FISH & AQUACULTURE


General:

  • Goldburg R.J., R.L. Elliott, and R.L. Naylor. (2001). “Marine aquaculture in the United States: Environmental impacts and policy options.” Pew Oceans Commission, Arlington, Virginia.

  • McKinnell S and A.J. Thomson. (1997). “Recent events concerning Atlantic salmon escapees in the Pacific.” ICES Journal of Marine Science 54:1221-1225.

  • Naylor R. and M. Burke. (2005). “Aquaculture and ocean resources: Raising tigers of the sea.” Annual Review of Environment and Resources 30:185-215.

  • Naylor R.L., R.J. Goldburg, J.H. Primavera, N Kautsky, M.C.M. Beveridge, J. Clay, C. Folke, J. Lubchenco, H Mooney, M. Troell. (2000). ”Effect of aquaculture on world fish supplies.” Nature 405:1017-1024.


Behavior, Welfare & Stress Physiology:

  • Ashley, P.J. (2007). “Fish welfare: current issues in aquaculture.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 104:199-235.

  • Barber, I. (2007). “Parasites, behaviour and welfare in fish.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 104:251-264.

  • Barton, B.A. and G.K. Iwama. (1991). “Physiological changes in fish from stress in aquaculture with emphasis on the response and effects of corticosteroids.” Annual Review of Fish Diseases 1:3-26.

  • Conte, F.S. (2004). “Stress and the welfare of cultured fish.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 86(3-4):205-223.

  • Damsgård, B., J. Juell, and B. Braastad. (2006). “Welfare in farmed fish.” Fiskeriforskning, Report 5/2006. http://www.nofima.no/filearchive/Rapport%2005-2006%20Welfare%20in%20farmed%20fish.pdf. Accessed September 14, 2007.

  • Fisheries Society of the British Isles. (2002). “Fish Welfare.” Briefing Paper 2. Fisheries Society of the British Isles, Granata Information Systems. www.nal.usda.gov/awic/pubs/Fishwelfare/FSBI.pdf. Accessed September 14, 2007.

  • Handeland, S.O., J. Järvi, A. Fernö, and S.O. Stefansson. (1996). “Osmotic stress, antipredator behaviour, and mortality of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts.” Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 53:2673-80.

  • Hallerman, E.M., E. McLean, I.A. Fleming. (2007). “Effects of growth hormone transgenes on the behavior and welfare of aquacultured fishes: A review identifying research needs." Applied Animal Behaviour Science 104:265-294.

  • Håstein, T., A.D. Scarfe, and V.L. Lund. (2005). “Science-based assessment of welfare: aquatic animals.” Revue Scientifique et Technique-Office International des Epizooties 24(2):529-547.

  • Håstein T. (2004). “Animal welfare issues relating to aquaculture.” Global conference on animal welfare: an OIE initiative, Paris, 23-25 February, p.219-31.

  • Huntingford, F.A., C. Adams, V.A. Braithwaite, et al. (2006). “Current issues in fish welfare.” Journal of Fish Biology 68(2):332-72.

  • Iversen, M., B. Finstad, and K.J. Nilssen. (1998). ”Recovery from loading and transport stress in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) smolts.” Aquaculture 168:387-94.

  • Iwama, G.K. (1998). “Stress in fish.” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 851:304-310.

  • Mesa, M.G. (1994). “Effects of multiple acute stressors on the predator avoidance ability and physiology of juvenile Chinook salmon.” Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 123:786-793.

  • Olla, B.L, M.W. Davis, and C.B. Schreck. (1992). “Comparison of predator avoidance capabilities with corticosteroid levels induced by stress in juvenile coho salmon.” Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 121:544-547.

  • Pickering, A.D. (1998). “Stress responses of farmed fish.” In: Black KD and Pickering AD, editors. Biology of Farmed Fish Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press, p. 222-55.

  • Pottinger, T.G. and A.D. Pickering. (1997). “Genetic basis to the stress response: selective breeding for stress-tolerant fish.” In: Iwama, G.K., Pickering, A.D., Sumpter, J.P., and Schreck, C.B. editors. Fish Stress and Health in Aquaculture, Society for Experiment Biology, Seminar Series 62, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, p. 171-93.

  • Rouger, Y., J. Aubin, B. Breton, et al. (1998). “Response of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) to transport stress.” Bulletin Francais de la Peche et de la Pisciculture 350-351:511-519.

  • Schreck, C.B., B.L.. Olla, and M.W. Davis. (1997). “Behavioral responses to stress.” In: Iwama, G.K., Pickering, A.D., Sumpter J.P., and Schreck C.B. editors, Fish Stress and Health in Aquaculture, Society for Experiment Biology, Seminar Series 62, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, p.145-70.

  • Schwedler, T.E. and S.K. Johnson. (1999/2000). “Animal welfare issues: responsible care and health maintenance of fish in commercial aquaculture.” Animal Welfare Information Center, United States Department of Agriculture 10 (3-4). http://www.nal.usda.gov/awic/newsletters/v10n3/10n3schw.htm. Accessed September 14, 2007.

  • Sneddon, L.U. (2007). “Fish behavior and welfare.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 104:173-175.

  • Sumpter, J.P. (1997). “The endocrinology of stress. In:” Iwama, G.K., Pickering, A.D., Sumpter, J.P., and Schreck, C.B. editors. Fish Stress and Health in Aquaculture, Society for Experiment Biology, Seminar Series 62, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, p. 95-118.

  • Wedemeyer, G.A. (1997). “Effects of rearing conditions on the health and physiological quality of fish in intensive culture.” In: Iwama, G.K., Pickering, A.D., Sumpter, J.P., and Schreck, C.B. editors, Fish Stress and Health in Aquaculture, Society for Experiment Biology, Seminar Series 62, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, p. 35-71.

  • Wendelaar, S.E. Bonga. (1997). “The stress response in fish.” Physiological Reviews 77:591-625.

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