Identifying and preventing pain in animals

@article{Weary2006IdentifyingAP,
  title={Identifying and preventing pain in animals},
  author={D. Weary and L. Niel and F. C. Flower and D. Fraser},
  journal={Applied Animal Behaviour Science},
  year={2006},
  volume={100},
  pages={64-76}
}
Animals are routinely subjected to painful procedures, such as tail docking for puppies, castration for piglets, dehorning for dairy calves, and surgery for laboratory rats. Disease and injury, such as tumours in mice and sole ulcers on the feet of dairy cows, may also cause pain. In this paper we describe some of the ways in which the pain that animals experience can be recognized and quantified. We also describe ways in which pain can be avoided or reduced, by reconsidering how procedures are… Expand
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