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    • Impact of therapy dog visits on outpatient nurse welfare and job satisfaction 

      Clark, Stephanie D.; Smidt, Jessica M.; Bauer, Brent A. (Universidad de Córdoba, Departamento de Medicina y Cirugía Animal, 2018)
      Interaction with a therapy dog can decrease blood pressure, heart rate, and improve heart rate variability; due to these responses, it suggests that human-animal interaction can alleviate the stress response. This study ...
    • Biomedical Scent Detection Dogs: Would They Pass as a Health Technology? 

      Koivusalo, Mirkka; Reeve, Catherine (Universidad de Córdoba, Departamento de Medicina y Cirugía Animal, 2018)
      Biomedical scent detection dogs identify the scent profiles of diseases, such as cancer, diabetes or pathogenic micro-organisms. What the field of biomedical scent detection has been lacking, however, is the assessment of ...
    • Dogs in the criminal justice system: Consideration of facility and therapy dogs 

      Spruin, Elizabeth; Mozova, Katarina (Universidad de Córdoba, Departamento de Medicina y Cirugía Animal, 2018)
      It is known that the criminal justice process is most often perceived as a negative experience by victims, witnesses, as well as defendants. Whilst measures have been put into place across the globe to improve their ...
    • Influence of low stress handling during clinical visit on physiological and behavioural indicators in adult dogs: a preliminary study 

      Scalia, Bruno; Alberghina, Daniela; Panzera, Michele (Universidad de Córdoba, Departamento de Medicina y Cirugía Animal, 2017)
      Low stress handling techniques or “Fear Free principles” in veterinary clinics are becoming an important research area aimed at improving small animal welfare, considering that the majority of dogs who undergo clinical ...
    • The effect of age on visuo-spatial short-term memory in family dogs 

      Piotti, Patrizia; Szabó, Dóra; Wallis, Lisa; Bognár, Zsófia; Stiegmann, Bianka; Egerer, Anna; Marty, Pauline; Kubinyi, Enikő (Universidad de Córdoba, Departamento de Medicina y Cirugía Animal, 2017)
      Decline in the visuo-spatial memory domain may be an early marker for cognitive decline and has a relevant impact on animal welfare. Current research on visuo-spatial memory in family dogs is often limited by factors such ...