How companion animal behaviour is impacted upon by living with domestic violence

Tiplady, Catherine, Walsh, Deborah and Phillips, Clive (2013). How companion animal behaviour is impacted upon by living with domestic violence. In: Future solutions to animal behaviour and welfare problems: 2013 ISAE Regional Meeting Abstract Booklet. 2013 ISAE Regional Meeting, Ruakura, Hamilton, NZ, (11-11). 31 October 2013.

Author Tiplady, Catherine
Walsh, Deborah
Phillips, Clive
Title of paper How companion animal behaviour is impacted upon by living with domestic violence
Conference name 2013 ISAE Regional Meeting
Conference location Ruakura, Hamilton, NZ
Conference dates 31 October 2013
Convener International Society for Applied Ethology
Proceedings title Future solutions to animal behaviour and welfare problems: 2013 ISAE Regional Meeting Abstract Booklet
Place of Publication Hamilton, New Zealand
Publisher AgResearch
Publication Year 2013
Year available 2013
Sub-type Published abstract
Start page 11
End page 11
Total pages 1
Collection year 2014
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Domestic violence is an international problem which can affect both heterosexual and same sex couples from all socioeconomic groups. Companion animals are often the additional victims in violent households and can suffer physical and emotional trauma as a result. To investigate how animal behaviour can be impacted upon by domestic violence, women (n=13) who had survived a violent relationship whilst living with animals (range n=36, 22 dogs, 10 cats, 4 birds) were invited to be interviewed over the telephone about incidents of animal abuse or neglect, changes in their animal’s behaviour and involvement with veterinarians...
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Institutional Status UQ

 
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