• Laurel Neme

    While law enforcement has long-embraced detection dogs to find narcotics, bombs and even people, the ability of these canine heroes and their human pack for wildlife conservation is lesser known.

    11/10/2018 - 04:21

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  • Dr. Reynolds IWDC 2017 Banff

    A brief history of the Alaskan Sled Dog: Superheroes Without Capes

    This presentation will describe the 1925 race for mercy, where a relay of dog teams saved the town of Nome from a diphtheria epidemic.

    11/10/2018 - 04:15

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  • Animal welfare in a military working dogs program: initial proposal for the Brazilian Army

    The latest concepts on animal welfare are spread unequally throughout the world, as among the handling practices in several types of animal breeding. Military Working Dogs (MWD) have many particularities in their routine, which certainly influence the animal welfare practices to be adopted.

    11/07/2018 - 06:28

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  • Redefining 'Service Dog': An Owner-Trainer's Perspective

    Service dogs have become an integral part of our society. Consequently, there is a need for studies that explore how Canada should proceed with the development and implementation of new policies that will ensure the proper use and integration of service dogs.

    11/07/2018 - 06:23

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