Special Issue "Humane Global Dog Management"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2021) | Viewed by 5237
I am delighted to announce that MDPI has established a Special Issue of Animals on “Humane Global Dog Management”, devoted to new research aimed at increasing our understanding of global dog populations, both street dogs and private (pet) dogs, as well as the impact of different dog management approaches around the world. This Special Issue is focused on improving the following:
a) Our understanding of relative dog populations (i.e., dogs per 1000 people) in different countries and regions of the world and the factors influencing the size of those populations over time and across cultures as well as strategies to reduce the populations of street dogs and improve their care;
b) The impact of different management approaches on reducing roaming dog populations, improving the health of community dogs, improving human–dog interactions (including reducing the rate of dog bites and human rabies incidence in communities), and other impacts on dog and community wellbeing; and
c) Understanding the growth of small animal veterinary practice as a proxy for changing patterns of human–dog interactions, over time, in different countries.
Manuscript Submission Information
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- human—dog interaction