Fütterung von Hunden und Katzen in Deutschland

@inproceedings{Becker2012FtterungVH,
  title={F{\"u}tterung von Hunden und Katzen in Deutschland},
  author={Nicola Becker and Natalie Dillitzer and Carola Sauter-Louis and Ellen Kienzle},
  year={2012}
}
Gegenstand und Ziel: Gewinn epidemiologischer Daten zur Futterung von Hunden und Katzen in Deutschland. Material und Methoden: 865 Hunde- und 243 Katzenbesitzer wurden anhand standardisierter Fragebogen zu ihrem Tier (Alter, Geschlecht, Gewicht, Ernahrungszustand, Gesundheit), dessen Futterung inklusive Belohnungen und Zusatzen, den Grunden fur eine Futterumstellung und zur eigenen Person (Alter, Geschlecht, Schulbildung, Beruf) befragt. Die Befragungen fanden in Tierarztpraxen, Hundeschulen… Expand
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