Behavior affects welfare across species
Test for personality characteristics in dogs used in research
Effect of age and feeding schedule on diurnal rest/activity rhythms in dogs
Assessment of serotonin in serum, plasma, and platelets of aggressive dogs
Signs of generalized anxiety and compulsive disorders in chimpanzees
Horses' behavior and heart rate in a preference test for shorter and longer riding bouts
Early exercise in the horse
Bad behavior or a physical problem? Rearing in a Dutch Warmblood mare
Predatory aggression in a German shepherd dog
Successful treatment of abnormal feeding behavior in a cat
Do cats from established breeds behave differently toward humans than outbred cats?
Visual discrimination of species in the dog, canis familiaris
The mother's diet influences food choice made by newborn and eight-week-old kittens
Psychotropic compounds and veterinary medicine
Long-term follow-up of adaptiveness of laboratory beagles adopted as pets
Comparison between group and pair housing conditions: effects on shelter dogs' behavior and welfare
The study of the behavior of domestic animals: From aristotle through darwin to today
Signal detection theory to explain differences in human-dog communication in motion
Brain aging in humans, brain aging in dogs, which similarities?
Phenotypic and genetic characterization of “spinning” or “tail-chasing” in bull terriers
Are bold cats more hunters than shy cats?
From interspecific attachment relationship to human directed aggression
Lupine and canine scientific mythologies
Visually impaired people and the guide dog in france
Sensitivity and adjustments of domestic dogs to social agents: knowledge from the scientific field
Functionally referential communication: The case of the pet dog ( Canis familiaris )
Livestock guarding dogs communication strategies and behaviors in front of wolves
The domestication of the dog: An unrivalled alliance
Observing signs of anxiety in puppy: An indication of future behavior problems?
A better knowledge of horse behavior for a better management
Ethical use of positive training methods: Improvement of the human-animal relationship
Erasing traumatic fear memories with extinction training
Color discrimination in horses
Use of space and visual communication in cats, Felis catus , living in colony?
The livestock guarding dogs: Or the challenge of employing a prevnting tool originated from traditional societies in a modern society
Condog project: Integrated temperament assessment to construct a tool for early prediction of behavioral problems
Could interactions beetween puppies, Canis familiaris , and a dog-robot (aibo, sony©) during a short meeting predict further interactions between these dogs and conspecifics?
Eat slowly! an important advice for the welfare of dogs and cats
Bringing your dog to dogschool might not make him smater, but might make him more stubborn
The dog, companion or “caregiver”. Polymorphic aspects of the relationship between humans and dogs
Unified model combining elements of the children development psychology, ethology and the prevention of dog bite
Old masters were right: Academic riding principles abide modern learning theory
Puppy temperament test for livestock guarding dogs
Dogs and owners moving into urban areas: A lively street, a park and a square
Foraging behavior and psychogenic disorders in adults psittacids
Touch screen device and music as enrichments to captive housing conditions of african grey parrots
Roundtable on animal rehoming: how to prepare and select lab dogs to be good pets?
The effect of domestication on cognitive abilities of dogs
Influence of a 3d design on the behavior of kenneled dogs: A preliminary study
Effectiveness of fluoxetine chewable tablets combined with behavioral modification for treatment of canine separation distress
Walking together: The stroll as an experience of a co-constructed relationship between owner and dog
Can the knowledge of feeding behavior of ancestral cats help us to better feed our domestic cats?
Horses under an enrichement program showed better welfare, stronger relationships with humans and less fear
Rountable dangerous dogs: What about the french law and its foreign counterparts, given the experience and figures from all dog professionals today?