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The behavior of domesticated animals is a subject of great interest to pet owners as well as to students of animal behavior and veterinary medicine. Indeed, it is now attracting greater attention among research workers and being taught increasingly to students of zoology and veterinary science. This book presents a readable overview of the behavior of...
The behavior of domesticated animals is a subject of great interest to pet owners as well as to students of animal behavior and veterinary medicine. Indeed, it is now attracting greater attention among research workers and being taught increasingly to students of zoology and veterinary science. This book presents a readable overview of the behavior of the domestic cat, adopting both a mechanistic and functional approach, but making full reference to the scientific literature. The first half of the book is concerned mainly with physiological, developmental and psychological aspects, while the second half looks at social behavior, relationships with humans and welfare. The final chapter, written by well-known behavior therapist Peter Neville, considers problem behaviors. This book will appeal both to students and research workers, but will also interest members of the general public seeking a scientific but jargon-free approach to this fascinating subject.
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