You have been redirected to the Bristol online survey page to undertake a short survey (approximatly 10 minutes). This survey is being undertaken as part of a Master’s degree in Clinical Animal Behaviour. Approval has been acquired by the ethical committee at the University of Edinburgh, U.K.
The title of this research is:
AN INVESTIGATION INTO TRAINING AND HANDLING METHODS OF SLED DOG OWNERS AND NON-SLED DOG OWNERS.
The aim of this research
Today, dog owners can find information on training and handling techniques from a variety of different resources such as the internet, dog obedience trainers, books, rescue centres, behaviourists and breeders. The aim of the research is to investigate how different dog owners use resources and understand why they prefer some resources over others.
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