Canine welfare study

canine welfare

As part of an Honours project attempting to improve canine welfare and the reciprocal benefits of the dog-owner relationship, Lilian Kelly—who is part of the Anthrozoology Research Group from La Trobe University in Bundoora, Victoria—is currently undertaking a study that aims to understand the influence of an owner’s attachment to—and interaction with—their dog on canine behaviour.

To this end, she is inviting dog owners to participate in her study by filling out this online questionnaire which should take approximately 30 minutes.

Note that this project is receiving no funding outside of the La Trobe University Graduate Research School.

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