We are excited to announce that the latest issue of the Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science (JAAWS) is now out!
JAAWS Vol. 23, No. 2, includes the following articles:
|Assessment of Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer Measurement Sites in Birds|
Jessica Anderson, Sara Kaplan-Stein, Stephen Adolph & Jose M. Peralta
Nicole P. Schafer & Mark Farnworth
Manja Zupan, Ivan Štuhec & Dušanka Jordan
|Elephant Tourism in Thailand: A Review of Animal Welfare Practices and Needs|
Pakkanut Bansiddhi, Janine L. Brown, Chatchote Thitaram, Veerasak Punyapornwithaya & Korakot Nganvongpanit
Jack Lewton & Paul E. Rose
Courtney S. Vail, Diana Reiss, Philippa Brakes & Andrew Butterworth
|Effects of Oral Meloxicam and Topical Lidocaine on Pain associated Behaviors of Piglets Undergoing Surgical Castration|
M.C. Burkemper, M.D. Pairis-Garcia, L. E. Moraes, R. M. Park & S. J. Moeller
Mohammad Rashedul Alam, Md. Jahirul Islam, Al Amin, Amir Hossan Shaikat, Md. Ridoan Pasha & Rebecca E. Doyle
Angela Guijarro, Soledad Mauri, Carmen Aviles & Francisco Peña
Jacek Wasilewski, Małgorzata Szczepanik, Zbigniew Burski & Sławomir Juściński
Note: To read JAAWS articles, you must either (1) have a subscription to JAAWS, which is discounted for ASI scholar members, (2) access it through a university account, or (3) by purchasing individual articles from the publisher, HERE. Per our agreement with the publisher, once the article is three years old we will be able to add it to our archive of journal articles that is available to Scholar, Student, and Professional members. These archives contain the entire body of articles (minus the past three years) for both of the journals ASI edits, Society & Animals and Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science.