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The Domestic Horse enables the reader to gain insight into the behaviour of this fascinating animal and will appeal to. .The text also gives a lot of relevant references.
The Domestic Horse enables the reader to gain insight into the behaviour of this fascinating animal and will appeal to animal scientists, those working with these animals in a professional capacity and to enthusiastic owners, alike. In addition to many other books on equine behaviour, this one addresses the impact of the domestic environment on horse behaviour with special emphasis on riding and training. I would very much recommend that book for everybody interested in horses, however, a certain knowledge on behaviour is necessary for understanding.
The Domestic Horse: the origins, development and management of its behaviour, with S. M. McDonnell (2005). BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Behavioural Medicine, with . The Encyclopedia of Applied Animal Behaviour and Welfare, with Jeremy Marchant Forde, Paul McGreevy, David Morton, Christine Nicol, Clive Phillips, Peter Sandoe and Ronald Swaisgood (2010). Stress and Pheromonatherapy with Helen Zulch and Maya Dube (2013).
Domestic horses constitute such a model as they live in a variety of conditions that impact differently their welfare state. We address how emotions and welfare may affect cognitive processes in horses and impact the way they perceive their environment (including work)
The Domestic Horse book. This book enables the reader to gain insight into the past and present behavior of this fascinating animal as well as its profound effect upon human society.
The Domestic Horse book. Since it was originally domesticated in the late Neolithic period, the. It will appeal to animal scientists and to those working with horses in Since it was originally domesticated in the late Neolithic period, the horse has been used for transport, labor, food and recreational purposes.
The domestic horse: the origins, development and management of its behaviour. Personality and individual differences in the horse, their significance, use and measurement. DS Mills, SM McDonnell, S McDonnell. Cambridge University Press, 2005. Equine Veterinary Journal 30 (S27), 10-13, 1998. More than just a word: non-semantic command variables affect obedience in the domestic dog (Canis familiaris). M Fukuzawa, DS Mills, JJ Cooper. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 91 (1-2), 129-141, 2005.
Part I. Origins and Selection of Horse Behaviour: 1. Domestication and early history of the . Repetitive movement problems in the horse D. S. Mills; 16. Domestication and early history of the horse M. A. Levine; 2. The horse in human society S. J. G. Hall; 3. Individual differences in the domestic horse, origins, development and stability M. Hausberger and M. Richard-Yris; Part II. The Natural Behaviour of Horses in the Wild and Domestic Environment: 4. Equine behaviour and welfare J. Cooper and M. Albentosa; Index.
Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. xiii + 249 p; il. index.
Daniel S. Mills, S. McDonnell. Humans have had a profound influence on the horse since its domestication in the late Neolithic period. Used for transport, labour, food and recreation, horses have become important in many facets of our society.
The Domestic Horse brings together, for the first time, an unrivalled collection of international scientific authors to write on the latest work concerning the domestic horse's behaviour and welfare. Illustrated throughout, this book will appeal to animal scientists, those working with horses in a professional capacity and the owner-enthusiast.
The Domestic Horse brings together, for the first time, an unrivalled collection of international scientific authors to write on the latest findings concerning the behaviour and welfare of this beautiful animal. Illustrated throughout, The Domestic Horse will appeal to animal scientists, those working with horses in a professional capacity and the owner/enthusiast.
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