Shelter Quality Welfare Assessment Protocol for Shelter Dogs

Publicado em: 22/10/2014

Shelter Quality Welfare Assessment Protocol for Shelter Dogs

 

Acknowledgment
The Shelter Quality Project wouldn’t have been possible without the precious help of many people that contributed to the study.

Special thanks goes to Marta Amàt, Deborah Temple and Lindsay Matthews for their scientific contribution; to the Royal Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals International, Western Balkans Veterinary Network, Save The Dogs and Other Animals Onlus, Vier Pfoten International and
International Fund for Animal Welfare, for their support and collaboration.

Finally, thanks to the people involved in the coordination and execution of the project activities: Michele Podaliri, Nicola Ferri, Elisa Di Fede, Stefano
Messori, Marijana M. Vučinić, Katarina Radisavljevic, Tomislav Mikuš and Tatjana Zajec. Last but not least, to all shelter managers that, on a volunteer
base, opened their facilities to us.

Funding
This document is a deliverable of the research project IZS AM 05/10 RC financed by the Italian Ministry of Health, coordinated by the Istituto
Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell’Abruzzo e del Molise ‘G. Caporale’ (Teramo, Italy), in collaboration with IRTA, Institut de Recerca i Tecnologia
Agroalimentàries (Monells, Girona, España).

 

S. Barnard, C. Pedernera, A. Velarde, P. Dalla Villa

 

SHELTER QUALITY. Welfare Assessment Protocol for Shelter Dogs
S. Barnard, C. Pedernera, A. Velarde, P. Dalla Villa
© Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell’Abruzzo e del Molise “G. Caporale”, 2014
ISBN 9788890869167
Drawings Gaia Celeste
Logo Alessandro De Luca
Graphic design Paola Di Giuseppe, IZSAM
Info: [email protected]
This document represents version 1 of the Shelter Quality Protocol.

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