Animal Welfare References Indexed By Topic

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Pain, Suffering & Fear:

  • Braithwaite, V.A. and P. Boulcott. (2007). “Pain perception, aversion and fear in fish.” Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 75:131-138.

  • Chandroo, K.P., I.J.H. Duncan, and R.D. Moccia. (2004). “Can fish suffer?: perspectives on sentience, pain, fear and stress.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 86(3-4):225-50.

  • Chandroo, K.P., S. Yue, and R.D. Moccia. (2004). “An evaluation of current perspectives on consciousness and pain in fishes.” Fish and Fisheries 5:281-295.

  • Rose, J.D. (2002). “The neurobehavioral nature of fishes and the question of awareness and pain.” Reviews in Fisheries Science 10(1):1-38.

  • Sneddon, L.U., V.A. Braithwaite, and M.A. Gentle. (2003). “Do fishes have nociceptors? Evidence for the evolution of a vertebrate sensory system.” Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B 270:1115-21.

  • Sneddon, L.U. (2006). “Ethics and welfare: Pain perception in fish.” Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists 26(1):6-10.

Management & Breeding:

  • Dunham, R.A. and R.H. Devlin. (1999). “Comparison of Traditional Breeding and Transgenesis in Farmed Fish with Implications for Growth Enhancement and Fitness.” In: Murray, J.D., Anderson, G.B., Oberbauer, A.M., and McGloughlin, M.M. editors, Transgenic Animals in Agriculture, Wallingford: CAB International.

  • Ellis, T., A.P. Scott, B. North, N.R. Bromage, M. Porter, and D. Gadd. (2002). “The relationships between stocking density and welfare in farmed rainbow trout.” Journal of Fish Biology 61(3):493–531.

  • Johnstone, R. (1992). “Production and Performance of Triploid Atlantic Salmon in Scotland.” Marine Laboratory, The Scottish Office Agriculture and Fisheries Department.

Health & Disease:

  • Hoyle, I., B. Oidtmann, T. Ellis, et al. (2007). “A validated macroscopic key to assess fin damage in farmed rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).” Aquaculture 270:142-148.

  • Krkošek, M., M.A. Lewis, A. Morton, L.N. Frazer, and J.P. Volpe. (2006). “Epizootics of wild fish induced by farm fish.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 103(42):15506-10.

  • Rae, G.H. (2002). “Sea louse control in Scotland, past and present.” Pest Management Science 58:515-20.

  • Sommerville, C. (1998). “Parasites of farmed fish.” In: Black, K.D. and Pickering, A.D. editors. Biology of Farmed Fish, Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Academic Press, p. 146-79.

  • Wall, A.E. and R.H. Richards. (1992). “Occurrence of cataracts in triploid Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) on four farms in Scotland.” The Veterinary Record 131(24):553-557.


  • Robb, D., S. Kestin, and J. Lines. (2000). “Progress with humane slaughter.” Fish Farmer, November/December 2000, p. 41-2.

  • Robb, D.H.F and S.C. Kestin. (2002). “Methods used to kill fish: Field observations and literature reviewed.” Animal Welfare 11(3):269-82.

  • Robb, D.H.F, S.B. Wotton, J.L. McKinstry, N.K. Sorensen, and S.C. Kestin. (2000). “Commercial slaughter methods used on Atlantic salmon: determination of the onset of brain failure by electroencephalography.” Veterinary Record 147(11):298-303.

  • Southgate, P. and T. Wall. (2001). “Welfare of farmed fish at slaughter.” In Practice 23(5):277-84.

  • van de Vis, H., S. Kestin, D. Robb, et al. (2003). ”Is humane slaughter of fish possible for industry?” Aquaculture Research 34(3):211-20.

  • Wall, A.J. (2001). “Ethical considerations in the handling and slaughter of farmed fish.” In: Kestin, S.C. and Warriss, P.D., editors. Farmed Fish Quality, Oxford, UK: Blackwell Science, p. 108-15.



  • Barry, T.N. et al. (2002). “Novel forages for growth and health in farmed deer.” New Zealand Veterinary Journal 50(6): 244-251.

  • Beringer, J. et al. (1994) “Use of dogs to reduce damage by deer to a white pine plantation.” Wildlife Society Bulletin 22: 627-632

  • Collier, Bret A. (2007) “Uncertainty in age-specific harvest estimates and consequences for white-tailed deer management.” Ecological Modelling 201: 197-204

  • Charlton, D. (2009) “ Pastures-Pastures for different livestock.” Te Ara- the Encyclopedia of New Zealand.

  • DeNicola, A..J. (1997) “Capture-Induced Stress in White-Tailed Deer” Wildlife Society Bulletin 25(2):500-503

  • Evers, G.W. “Pasture Systems for Deer Farming.” 1-4

  • Finder, R.A. et al. (1999) “Site and landscape conditions at white-tailed deer/vehicle collision locations in Illinois.” Landscape and Urban Planning 44: 77-85

  • Fulbright, T.E. (1999) “Food plots for White-tailed deer.” Wildlife Management Bulletin of the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute Texas A&M” 1-7

  • Grenier, D. et al. (1999) “Food access by white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) at winter feeding sites in eastern Quebec.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 63: 323-337

  • Haigh, J.C., R.W. Friesen. (1995) “A handling system for white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus).” Journal of Zoo and Animal Wildlife Medicine 26(2): 321-326

  • Haulton, S.M., W.F. Porter. (2001) “Evaluating 4 methods to capture White-tailed deer” Wildlife Society Bulletin 29(1):255-264

  • (2009) “Privately-Owned Cervidae Facility Registration” Department of Natural Resources

  • (2009) “Disease Herd Plan Options” Department of Natural Resources

  • Morris, D. “Are your Deer Hungry?” North American Whitetail

  • NADEFA. “General Information about Deer Farming.” North American Deer Farmers Association Library

  • Woodruff, R.A., J.S. Green. (1995) “Livestock herding dogs: A unique application for wildlife damage management.” Great Plains Wildlife Damage Control Workshop Proc., 12: 43-45


  • Bertrand, M.R. et al. (1996) “Effects of Parturition on Home Ranges and Social Affiliations of Female White Tailed Deer” The Journal of Wildlife Management 60(4):899-909

  • Butler, D.A. et al. (2009) “Differences in Timing of Parturition, Birthing Sites and Bedding Sites of Fawns in Sympatric Populations of Deer” 54(3): 261-271

  • Cothran, E. Gus., R.K. Chesser, et al.. (1987) “Fat Levels in Female White-Tailed Deer during the breeding season and Pregnancy” Journal of Mammalogy. 68(1):111-118

  • Fletcher, T.J. (2001) “Farmed deer: new domestic animals defined by controlled breeding.” Reproduction, Fertility and Development 13: 511-516

  • Lasley, B., L. Kirkpatrick. (1991)Monitoring Ovarian function in captive and free-ranging wildlife by means of urinary and fecal steroidsJournal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 22(1):23-31

  • Osborn, D.A. et al. (2000).Out-of-season breeding of captive white-tailed deer.Theriogenology 54:611-619

  • Osborn, D.A. et al. (1996)Use of Glycoprotein Assays for Pregnancy Diagnosis in White-Tailed DeerThe Journal of Wildlife Management 60(2):388-393

  • Schultz, S.R. (1992) “Breeding by male white-tailed deer fawns” Journal of Mammalogy 73(1): 148-150

  • Therrien, Jean-Francois., et al. (2008) “Maternal Care in white-tailed deer: trade-off between maintenance and reproduction under food restriction” Animal Behavior 75:235-243

  • Willard, S.T. et al. (2002). “A comparison of transvaginal artificial insemination procedures for the use in commercially farmed deer.” Small Ruminant Research 44: 135-140

  • Wood, A.K., et al. (1986) “Serum Assays for Detecting Pregnancy in Mule and White-Tailed Deer” 50(4):684-687


  • Boone and Crockett Club. (2009) “Scoring your Trophy: Typical Whitetail Deer.” Boone and Crocket Club

Disease/Disease Control/Morbidity and Mortality

  • Goossens, E., et al. (2005) “A 12 month survey of gastrointestinal helminth infections of cervids kept in two zoos in Belgium” Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 36(3): 470-478

  • Haigh, J., J. Berezowski, M.R. Woodbury. (2005) “A cross-sectional study of the causes of morbidity and mortality in farmed white-tailed deer” Canadian Veterinary Journal 46:507-512

  • Mackintosh, C.G. et al. (2004). “Mycobaterical diseases of deer.” New Zealand Veterinary Journal 52(4): 163-174

  • (2009) “Free-ranging White-tailed deer.” Emerging Disease,1607,7-186-25804_25811-75803--,00.html

  • Morgan, Thelma. (2003) “Deworming deer and elk.” Health; Deer and Elk Farmers Information Network.

  • Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture. (2007) “Chronic Wasting Disease.” Animal and Plant Health

  • Singh, A. “Managing Internal Parasites in Organic Livestock.” Organic Agriculture Centre of Canada

Zoo Animals


  • Allen, M.E. and D.E. Ullrey. (2004) “Relationships Among Nutrition and Reproduction and Relevance for Wild Animals.” Zoo Biology 23(6):475-487.

  • Carlstead, K. (2009) “A comparative approach to the study of keeper-animal relationships in the zoo.” Zoo Biology 28(6):589-608.

  • Carlstead, K. and D. Shepherdson. (1994) “Effects of Environmental Enrichment on Reproduction.” Zoo Biology 13(5):447-458.

  • Clayton, S., J. Fraser, and C.D. Saunders (2009) “Zoo Experiences: Conversations, Connections, and Concern for Animals” Zoo Biology 28(5): 377-397.

  • Croney, C.C. and R.C. Newberry. (2007) “Group size and cognitive processes.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 103(3-4): 215-228.

  • Davey, G. (2007) “Visitors’ effects on the welfare of animals in the zoo: A review.” Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 20(2):169-183.

  • Davey, G. (2006) “An hourly variation in zoo visitor interest: Measurement and significance for animal welfare research.” Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 9(3):249-256.

  • Duncan I. J. H., Hughes B.O. (1988) “The notion of ethological ‘need’, models of motivation and animal welfare.” Animal Behavior 36(6): 1696-1707.

  • Falk, J.H., E.M. Reinhard, C.L. Vernon, K. Bronnenkant, J.E. Heimlich, and N.L. Deans. (2007) “Why zoo & aquariums matter: Assessing the Impact of a Visit to a Zoo or Aquarium.” Association of Zoos & Aquariums.

  • Farrand, A. (2007) “The Effect of Zoo Visitors on the Behaviour and Welfare of Zoo Mammals.” PhD Thesis, University of Stirling.

  • Fernandez, E.J., M.A. Tamborski, S.R. Pickens, and W. Timberlake. (2009) “Animal-visitor interaction in the modern zoo: Conflicts and interventions.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 120(1-2):1-8.

  • Hill, S.P. and D.M. Broom. (2009) “Measure Zoo Animal Welfare: Theory and Practice.” Zoo Biology 28(6): 531-544.

  • Hosey, G.R. (2000) “Zoo animals and their human audiences: what is the visitor effect?” Animal Welfare 9(4): 343-357.

  • Hutchins, M., B. Smith, and R. Allard. (2003) “In defense of zoos and aquariums: the ethical basis for keeping wild animals in captivity.” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 223(7):959-966.

  • Lacy, R.C. (1997) “Importance of Genetic Variation to the Viability of Mammalian Populations.” Journal of Mammology 78(2): 320-335.

  • Mason, G., R. Clubb, N. Latham, and S. Vickery. (2007) “Why and how should we use environmental enrichment to tackle stereotypic behavior?” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 102(3-4):163-188.

  • Mason, G. (1991) “Stereotypies: A critical review.” Animal Behaviour 41(6): 1015–1037.

  • Morgan, K.N. and C.T. Tromorg. (2007) “Sources of stress in captivity” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 102(3-4):262-302.

  • Price, E.E. and T.A. Stoinski. (2007) “Group size: Determinants in the wild and implications for the captive housing of wild mammals in zoos.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 103(3-4): 255-264.

  • Ralls, K., J.D. Ballou, and A. Templeton. (1988) “Estimates of lethal equivalents and the cost of inbreeding in mammals.” Conservation Biology 2(2): 185-193.

  • Shyne, A. (2006) “Meta-analytic review of the effects of enrichment on stereotypic behavior in zoo mammals.” Zoo Biology 25(4): 317-337.

  • Swaisgood, R.R. and D.J. Shepherdson. (2005) “Scientific Approaches to Enrichment and Stereotypies in Zoo Animals: What’s Been Done and Where Should We Go Next?” Zoo Biology 24(6):499-518.

  • Tarou, L.R. and M.J. Bashaw. (2007) “Maximizing the effectiveness of environmental enrichment: Suggestions from the experimental analysis of behavior.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 102(3-4): 189-204.

  • Veasey J.S., N.K. Waran, and R.J. Young. (1996) “On comparing the behaviour of zoo housed animals with wild conspecifics as a welfare indicator.” Animal Welfare 5(1):13–24.

  • Wickins-Drazilova, D. (2006) “Zoo animal welfare” Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 199(1):27-36.

  • Wielebnowski, N. (2003) “Stress and distress: evaluating their impact for the well-being of zoo animals.” Journal of American Veterinary Medicine Association 223(7): 973-977.


  • Bashaw, M.J. (2010) “Consistency of captive giraffe behavior under two different management regimes” Zoo Biology 29: 1-8.

  • Bashaw M.J., M.A. Bloomsmith, T.L. Maple, and F.B. Bercovitch. (2007) “The structure of social relationships among captive female giraffe.” Journal of Comparative Psychology 121(1):46–53.

  • Bashaw, M.J. (2003) “Social behavior and communication in a herd of captive giraffe.” PhD thesis, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.

  • Bashaw, M.J., L.R. Tarou, T.S. Maki, and T.L. Maple. (2001) “A survey assessment of variables related to stereotypy in captive giraffe and okapi.” Applied Animal Behaviour Science 73(3): 244-251.

  • Baxter, E. and A.B. Plowman. (2001) “The effect of increasing dietary fibre on feeding, rumination and oral stereotypies in captive giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis).” Animal Welfare 10(3): 281-290.

  • Bercovitch, F.B., M.J. Bashaw, C.G. Penny, and R.G. Rieches. (2004) “Maternal investment in captive giraffes.” Journal of Mammalogy 85(3): 428-431.

  • Clauss, M., T.A. Franz-Odendaal, J. Brasch, J.C. Castell, and T. Kaiser. (2007) “Tooth wear in captive giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis): Mesowear analysis classifies free-ranging specimens as browsers but captive ones as grazers.” Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 38(3): 433-445.

  • Fernandez, L.T., M.J. Bashaw, R.L. Sartor, N.R. Bouwens, and T.S. Maki. (2008) “Tongue Twisters: Feeding Enrichment to Reduce Oral Stereotypy in Giraffe” Zoo Biology 27(3): 200-212.

  • Koene, P. and E.K. Visser. (1997) Tongue playing behaviour in captive giraffes. Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde 62 (Supplementum II): 106–111.

  • Le Pendu, Y., I. Ciofolo, and A. Gosser. (2000) “The social organization of giraffes in Niger.” African Journal of Ecology 38(1): 78-85.

  • Pellew, Robin A. 1984. The feeding ecology of a selective browser, the giraffe (Giraffacamelopardalis tippelskirchi). Journal of Zoology 202(1): 57-81.

  • Tarou, L.R., M.J. Bashaw, and T.L. Maple. (2000) “Social attachment in giraffe: Response to social separation.” Zoo Biology 19(1): 41-51.

  • Tarou, L.R., M.J. Bashaw, and T.L. Maple. (2003) “Failure of a chemical spray to significantly reduce stereotypic licking in a captive giraffe.” Zoo Biology 22(6): 601-607.

  • Tobler, I. and B. Schwierin. (1996) “Behavioural sleep in the giraffe (Giraffa camelopardis) in a zoological garden.” Journal of Sleep Research 5(1): 21-32.

  • Veasey, J.S., N.K. Waran, and R.J. Young. (1996) “On comparing the behavior of zoo housed animals with wild conspecifics as a welfare indicator, using the giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) as a model.” Animal Welfare 5(2): 139-153.
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