Author: Wilkins, Sabine Published: 2012 Description: Discusses whether psychological and physiological stressors alter the acute pain response to routine husbandry procedures, such as docking and mulesing, in lambs.
Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in captivity: Advances in husbandry and an increased understanding of their psychological needs
Author: Lai, Nicholas Published: 2012 Description: Discusses recent findings indicating improvements in captive dolphin care, and potential sources of environmental enrichment, including “toys” and the human-animal bond.
Author: Yoshimura, Kasumi Published: 2011 Description: Investigates tools for improving the management of piglets during weaning, with the aim of reducing stress and improving welfare. RSPCA Australia Pig Welfare Science Prize 2011
Contemporary improvements to the housing conditions and welfare of farmed Blue Fox (Vulpes lagopus) by encouraging typical species-specific behaviour
Author: Flanagan, Cassandra Published: 2011 Description: Summarises new findings on housing practices for Blue Foxes, and discusses the welfare implications of the findings.
Author: Brady, Madeleine Published: 2010 Description: Investigates the use of drug treatments in alleviating the pain of tail docking and castration in sheep.
Author: Glasson, Emily Published: 2009 Description: Looks at current horse husbandry practices with an emphasis on social enrichment to enhance horse welfare.
Author: Moss, Catherine Published: 2006 Description: Animal welfare essay. Harmful Social Behaviours in Pigs – Is Environmental Enrichment the Solution?
Author: Rajkumar, Dharshinee Published: 2006 Description: Animal welfare essay. Minimisation of pain in cattle castration with respect to method, age and pain relief.
Author: Leary, Emma Published: 2006 Description: Animal welfare essays. The search for an alternative to mulesing: 2010 and beyond
Author: Deall, David Published: 2007 Description: Animal Welfare Essay: Developments in the welfare of laying hens in caged and non-caged systems