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Estimating the Global Burden of Endemic Canine Rabies
Background Rabies is a notoriously underreported and neglected disease of low-income countries. This study aims to estimate the public health and economic burden of rabies circulating in domestic dogExpand
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Correction: Estimating the Global Burden of Endemic Canine Rabies
There are a number of errors in Table 3. The table legend should read: Breakdown of economic costs of rabies by cluster in millions of USD. The headings for columns six, seven, and eight areExpand
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Response to a Rabies Epidemic, Bali, Indonesia, 2008–2011
Emergency vaccinations and culling failed to contain an outbreak of rabies in Bali, Indonesia, during 2008–2009. Subsequent island-wide mass vaccination (reaching 70% coverage, >200,000 dogs) led toExpand
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Dog training methods: their use, effectiveness and interaction with behaviour and welfare
Historically, pet dogs were trained using mainly negative reinforcement or punishment, but positive reinforcement using rewards has recently become more popular. The methods used may have differentExpand
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Behavioural and physiological responses of dogs entering re-homing kennels
Behaviour and urinary cortisol/creatinine ratios (C/C) were monitored in twenty-six dogs, on days 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 and 10 following their admission to a rehoming kennel. Half had been relinquished fromExpand
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Incidence of dog bites and public attitudes towards dog care and management in Samoa
In many developing nations, dogs (Canis familiaris) present a significant issue in terms of human health, safety and animal welfare. We assessed attitudes towards dogs and their management in Samoa,Expand
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Renewed Global Partnerships and Redesigned Roadmaps for Rabies Prevention and Control
Canine rabies, responsible for most human rabies deaths, is a serious global public health concern. This zoonosis is entirely preventable, but by focusing solely upon rabies prevention in humans,Expand
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Designing Programs for Eliminating Canine Rabies from Islands: Bali, Indonesia as a Case Study
Background Canine rabies is one of the most important and feared zoonotic diseases in the world. In some regions rabies elimination is being successfully coordinated, whereas in others rabies isExpand
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A practitioner's guide to working dog welfare
Abstract Research conducted by the Anthrozoology Institute and the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory has shown that many working dogs exhibit high levels of physiologic stress in response toExpand
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A mark-resight survey method to estimate the roaming dog population in three cities in Rajasthan, India
1. AbstractBackgroundDog population management is required in many locations to minimise the risks dog populations may pose to human health and to alleviate animal welfare problems. In many cities inExpand
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