Animal behavior links

Alphabetic listing of Links to animal behavior websites

Applied Animal Behavior

Board Certified American College of Veterinary Behaviorists

Certification Information

by the ABS Board of Professional Certification

* About the Program for Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists

* Applied Animal Behavior Certification Information
* Current Directory of Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists
* Application for Certification – updated Oct 2004 (in adobe PDF format download, print and mail)
* Application for ReCertification – updated Oct 2004 (in adobe PDF format download, print and mail)

Articles submitted by ABS Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists

* Crazy Owners Make for Crazy Pets.
o Daniel Q. Estep, Ph.D. & Suzanne Hetts, Ph.D., Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists, Animal Behavior Associates, Inc. 4994 S. Independence Way, Littleton, CO 80123

* Feline Housesoiling.
o Katherine A. Houpt, VMD, Ph.D., Dipl. ACVB, Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist, Animal Behavior Clinic, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14852

*Submitted Links

* Applied Animal Behaviour Science
o An International Scientific Journal reporting on the application of ethology to animals used by man –

o The ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) promotes humane principles, prevents cruelty, and alleviates pain, fear and suffering of animals through nationwide information, awareness and advocacy programs.
* Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science

* American Dog Trainers Network
o A resource site that is dedicated to: “Promoting humane education, responsible pet care, and positive motivational dog training”

* Applied-Ethology

o Applied Ethology is a web page dedicated to the study of animal behaviour. We are particularly interested in the behaviour of domestic animals or animals kept in captivity. Our intention is to bring together a diverse set of resources which students and scientists in our field will find useful, and which may also be of interest to anybody who wants to learn a little bit about animal behaviour. We have provided some original information and also links to other material of related interest which already exists on the Web.

* Delta Society

o Celebrating Companion Animals – and the Ways They Enrich Our Lives

Delta Society is the leading international resource for the human-animal bond. Delta Society has been the force to validate the important role of animals for people’s health and well-being by promoting the results of research to the media and health and human services organizations.
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