The Ecology of Stray Dogs: A Study of Free-ranging Urban Animals
This study of dog ecology (and behaviour) and of human ecology (and behaviour) discusses the facets of the phenomenon of the urban free-roaming dog. It provides information for students who wish to embark on studies of wild canines.
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The Baltimore Study
The Ecology of FreeRanging Dogs
Public Health Aspects
DOGS AND RATS
FECES AND URINE
DISEASES ASSOCIATED WITH DOGS
Recommendations for Urban Dog Control
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