Dog behaviour

Effects of prescription diet on dealing with stressful situations and performance of anxiety-related behaviors in privately owned anxious dogs

Author: Katoa M., Miyajib K., Ohtanib N., Ohtab M.
Source: Journal of Veterinary Behavior, 2012, Vol. 7, Issue 1, pp. 21-26
Document:  2012_Kato et al._

Notes on Some Topics in Applied Animal Behavior

Author: Blackshaw J. K., Alan D. J.
Source: School of Veterinary Science, University of Queensland, 1983.

Puppy Socialisation and Habituation (Part 1 and 2)

Author:  David Appleby
Source: Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC), 2010.


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The Effect of Training Method on Stress Levels in Dogs

Author: Coren S.
Source: /www.psychologytoday.com7canine corner


Key determinants of dog and cat welfare: behaviour, breeding and household lifestyle

Author: Sonntag Q., Overall K.L.
Source: Revue scientifique et technique, 2014,  Vol. 33, Issue 1, pp. 213-20


Co-occurrence of potentially preventable factors in 256 dog bite–related fatalities in the United States (2000–2009)

Author: Patronek G., Sacks J., Delise K. M.
Source: Journal of American Veterinary Medical Association, 2013, Vol. 243, Issue 12, pp.1726-36.


Dangerous Dog Encounters: Best Practices for Police Officers, Threat Assessment, and Use of force

Author:  Sue Diane Weaver
Source: Journal of law enforcement, 2013, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 1-7.

Document: 334-1291-1-PB (2)

Shut up and pet me! Domestic dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) prefer petting to vocal praise in concurrent and single-alternative choice procedures

Author: Feuerbacher E., Wynne C.


Dog Bite Prevention: An Assessment of Child Knowledge

Author: Dixon C. A., Mahabee-Gittens E. M., Hart K. W., Lindsell C. J.
Source: The Journal of Pediatrics, 2012, Vol. 160, Issue 2, pp. 337-341.

Document: Cinnamon et al 2012

Potentially preventable husbandry factors co-occur in most dog byte-related fatalities

Author: National Canine Research Council
Source: National Canine Research Council

Document: Potentially preventable husbandry factors co-occur in most dog byte-related fatalities

Levels of maternal care in dogs affect adult offsprings temperament

Author: P Foyer; E Wilsson; P Jensen

Document: Levels of maternal care in dogs

Why dogs play? Function and welfare implications of play in the domestic dog

Author: RebeccaSommerville; Emily A.O’Connor; Lucy Asher
Source: Science Direct


A general intelligence factor in dogs

Author: Rosalind Arden; Mark James Adams
Source: Intelligence (Volume 56)

Document: A general intelligence factor in dogs

Defaming Rover: Error-Based Latent Rhetoric in the Medical Literrature on Dog Bites

Author: A Arluke; D Cleary; G Patronek; J Bradley


The paradox of canine conspecific coprophagy

Author: BL Hart; LA Hart; AP Thipgen; A Tran; MJBain
Source: Veterinary Medicine and Science


Lateralized bahavior and cardiac activity of dogs in response to human emotional vocalizations

Author: M Siniscalchi; S d'Ingeo; S Fornelli; A Quaranta
Source: Scientific Reports


Dogs (Canis Familiaris) stick to what they have learned rather than conform to their conspecifics' behavior

Author: M Germar, A Sultan, J Kaminski, A Mojzisch


Impulsivity and behaviour problems in dogs: a reinforcement sensitivity theory perspective

Authors: P Piotti; LP Satchell; TS Lockhart


Behavioural risks in male dogs with minimal lifetime exposure to gonodal hormones may complicate population-control benefits of desexing

Authors: PD Mc Greevy; B Wilson; MJ Starling; JA Serpell