By Laura Boyle, Niamh O'connel, Alison Hanlon
This booklet comprises the lawsuits of the forty second Congress of the overseas Society for utilized Ethology. a complete of 251 contributions have been awarded in the course of the congress. the present nutrition challenge is between many demanding situations dealing with agriculture on this planet at the present time. it truly is becoming then that the topic of this publication is 'Applied ethology: addressing destiny demanding situations in animal agriculture'. the foundation for this topic is that wisdom and realizing of the foundations and tactics that govern farm animal behaviour may be remodeled into practices that offer sustainable strategies to the demanding situations presently dealing with farm animal creation structures. This booklet displays the subject but in addition demonstrates the variety of study in utilized Ethology.
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Applied ethology 3 Plenary Dominance in domestic dogs: useful construct or bad habit? S. J. A. Casey, University of Bristol, Centre for Behavioural Biology, DCVS, Langford BS40 5 DU, United Kingdom Because the domestic dog Canis familiaris is descended from the wolf Canis lupus, it is widely assumed that its social relationships are derived from those of the wolf, and therefore that much of its social behaviour is driven by a motivation to enhance hierarchical positions. Thus aggression between dogs in a multi-dog household is often interpreted in terms of dominance rank, and as a consequence many clinical treatment protocols focus on “status reduction”.
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