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  1. AKC-CHF: VetVine Dr. Emily Bray, PhD discusses what we know regarding the association between maternal style and offspring behavior, temperament, cognition, and later success as a working dog.
  2. Behaviour & Welfare Index Behaviour - especially as broadly related to breeding - has been a theme in both the 1st, 2nd and 3rd International Dog Health Workshops. IPFD and DogWellNet hope to develop this topic and to help to integrate issues of behaviour and health, with the help of Experts - from all areas of the dog world. See an overview of DWN's Behaviour & Welfare Resources below. The content falls into the following categories: IDHW Presentations and Work products DWN Articles Catalog Resources by Country Research ALSO: please see articles available in this category.
  3. The Society for the Promotion of Applied Research in Canine Science (SPARCS) is a non-profit organization now maintained by The National Canine Research Council, created to bridge the gap between canine science and dog lovers by providing an international platform where modern animal behavior science can be presented, discussed, and debated by the greatest minds in canine science. SPARCS hosts an international conference where speakers give in-depth presentations pertaining to questions about dog behavior, welfare, and key issues the world faces in the human-canine bond. SPARCS Video Library - See all presentations Conference Presentations 2018
  4. BPH - English PDF - Behavior and Personality Assessment in Dogs, BPH BPH is a behavioral assessment that has been created with the aim to contribute to better knowledge about the mentality and personality of dogs, all dogs. It should be helpful for breed clubs, breeders and dog owners to have a tool which helps to describe the personality of the dog, whether it is a potential breeding animal, pet or working dog.
  5. Early socialization practices and adult dog behavior – Video abstract Video abstract of a review paper “Puppy parties and beyond: the role of early age socialization practices on adult dog behavior” published in the open access journal Veterinary Medicine: Research and Reports by Howell TJ, King T, Bennett PC. See... DWN's article "Puppy Parties and Socialization" for a link to the paper. Also see DWN's Behaviour & Welfare Resources Category
  6. 3rd Dog Health Workshop Paris, April of 2017... Theme: Behaviour and Welfare Working Groups: were struck across all the themes in order to increase the likelihood of achieving the desired outcomes. Their goal was to collect and collate information; connect relevant stakeholders; and to outline key issues, goals and challenges to be addressed at the Workshop. Behaviour and Welfare Group's Focus: How can we better integrate concepts of welfare, behaviour and health in breeding and raising dogs? Focus on early life / socialization. Task: create a message that would be sent to kennel clubs to market a positive educational message for the public on reasons to achieve/purchase/sell/breed a well socialized dog. Priorities to be modeled in the sub-group's message were: behavior is part of welfare good behavior and health start in utero socialization shortly thereafter need to develop positive and marketing messages for different audiences short, specific, positive messages following a model of 5 freedoms Restrictions: Message to remain short, global (1 size fitting all) with more information available on the DogWellNet website (presented with consideration of the ID of the reader (breeder, owner, vet, kennel club). - Work Product - Socialization Posters - 5" x 7" PDF versions are now available in English and French. It is intended that other country's Kennel/Breed Clubs would translate this poster to their language, if desired. A PowerPoint Template file is available on request. Contact us to obtain the Puppy Socialization Poster PowerPoint Template. We would be very pleased to share this poster in your language with the DWN Community!
  7. C-BARQ is a behavior assessment tool from the University of Pennsylvania. More info... EXCERPT... information on C-BARQ (February 2018) from https://scistarter.com/project/1035-C-BARQ-and-Fe-BARQ Presented By University of Pennsylvania Goal Standardized evaluations of dog and cat temperament and behavior Task Complete a questionnaire about your dog or cat Where Online only Description The C-BARQ (or Canine Behavioral Assessment and Research Questionnaire) is designed to provide dog owners and professionals with standardized evaluations of canine temperament and behavior. The Fe-BARQ is a new behavioral survey instrument for cat owners. The current versions each consist of 100 questions describing the different ways in which dogs and cats typically respond to common events, situations, and stimuli in their environment. They are simple to use, and can be completed by anyone who is reasonably familiar with their pet's typical, day-to-day behavior. On average, they take about 15-20 minutes to complete. The aim of this project is to collect behavioral data on pet dogs and cats from citizen scientists all over the world. To date, we have collected more than 40,000 records for more than 290 different breeds and mixed breeds of dog and about 5,000 records for cats, but the more owners who contribute to the project, the better. The main goal is to understand variation in temperament and behavior dogs and cats, and the causes of canine and feline behavior problems. The C-BARQ and Fe-BARQ are also available to veterinarians, behavior counselors, researchers, shelters, breeders, and working dog organizations with an interest in evaluating dog and cat behavior. How to Join Sign up at http://vetapps.vet.upenn.edu/cbarq/ and complete the evaluation for your dog(s) or cat(s) Website http://vetapps.vet.upenn.edu/cbarq/ Ideal Age Group High school (14 - 17 years), College, Graduate students, Adults, Families, Seniors Ideal Frequency Just once Average Time Less than an hour Spend the Time indoors Type of Activity Exclusively online .....................................
  8. An exciting, multidisciplinary event has just concluded in London, UK. Attended by renowned scientists and researchers from fields including genetics, behaviour, epidemiology, animal breeding and more as well as veterinarians and behavior practictioners from around the world, this event was designed to promote international awareness, interest and collaboration. Behavior of dogs is a complex interplay of genetic and environmental - dog and human factors and can best be addressed by interaction and collaboration. Information on topics and presentations is now available on their site: Canine Behaviour and Genetics Presentation PDFs (website and presentations are not currently available 5-11-2017) And further discussion below ... This article was edited on 5-11-2017; please note, some referenced content/links are no longer available.
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    These documents summarize concepts for the themes covered at the 3rd International Dog Health Workshop. The documents provide a general overview of breakout sessions for each theme and offer key points and priorities covered in discussions as well as action plan This file contains the following PDF's: Behavior and Welfare Theme_IDHW Sharing Sessions 1_2 Breed Specific Health Strategies_IDHW Sharing Sessions 1_2 Education Communication Antibiotics_IDHW Sharing Sessions 1_2 Exaggerations of conformation_IDHW Sharing Session1_2 Harmonization of Genetic Testing_IDHW Sharing Sessions 1_2 Show Me the Numbers_IDHW Sharing Sessions 1_2
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    The Intersection of Welfare and Behaviour in Dogs and Relation to Health and Breeding Paula Boyden BVetMedMRCVS Dogs Trust
  11. September 2016 News from PAUL McGREEVY | Professor Faculty of Veterinary Science THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY IT to pups’ rescue!!! The University of Sydney recently launched a world-first app that will not only help owners help their dogs be happier and healthier, but could also play a life-saving role by teaching young dogs to behave better.
  12. Check out the latest news - This free App Doglogbook is a terrific way to help owners manage their dog's behavior. For more information see DogWellNet's article... Doglogbook OR - Click the DOGLOGBOOK logo on the right side of this page to go to the Doglogbook website. The App is available from Google Play and Itunes. This app was just recently featured in ABC’s Catalyst 2-part series “Making Dogs Happy”. Check out this clip from the broadcast! We at DogWellNet extend our thanks to the team of researchers from the Faculty of Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney (Australia) and to Paul McGreevy for their work in developing this app and sharing information on it with the DWN team. THANK YOU for making a positive difference in the lives of dogs!
  13. Per Arvelius - Canine Behaviour & Genetics (external link access) Per Arvelius - Canine Behaviour and Genetics Meeting London 26-28 June 2015 Summary 1. Dog behaviour shows genetic variation and can therefore be improved by breeding 2. Modern techniques for estimating breeding values have a huge potential to increase genetic improvement of dog behaviour 3. Behavioural measurements should (usually) be objective and neutral, and summarized into composite traits Per Arvelius presentation from the Canine Genetics and Behavior Meeting - London - June 26-28-2015 Genetic Evaluation of Behaviour in Dogs (external link - access) Doctoral Thesis " A dog's behavioural characteristics are important for the dog, for the dog owner and for society as a whole. Behavioural traits can be changed by breeding, but to be effective when selecting breeding animals, good methods for measuring behaviour are essential. " "The overall aim of this thesis was to investigate the prospects for improving dog behaviour by breeding. Dog breeders would potentially benefit substantially in terms of faster genetic progress for important behavioural traits, if modern methods for genetic evaluation were applied. For this to function well, it is essential to have good methods for measuring the traits of interest. In this thesis, a number of dog behavioural measurement methods were evaluated for their potential to be used for genetic evaluation, and with the purpose of advancing our understanding of factors affecting the usefulness of behavioural measurements for breeding purposes." Per Arvelius -- Genetic Evaluation of Behaviour in Dogs
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