Items where Author is "Carter, A"

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Journal article

WILLIAMS, E., CARTER, A., RENDLE, J. and WARD, S.J., 2021. Understanding impacts of zoo visitors: quantifying behavioural changes of two popular zoo species during COVID-19 closures. Applied Animal Behaviour Science: 105253. ISSN 0168-1591

WILLIAMS, E., CARTER, A., RENDLE, J. and WARD, S.J., 2021. Impacts of COVID-19 on animals in zoos: a longitudinal multi-species analysis. Journal of Zoological and Botanical Gardens, 2 (2), pp. 130-145. ISSN 2673-5636

CARTER, A. and HALL, E., 2020. Drugs, dogs and driving: the potential for year-round thermal stress in UK vehicles. Open Veterinary Journal. ISSN 2226-4485 (Forthcoming)

WILLIAMS, E., BREMNER-HARRISON, S., HALL, C. and CARTER, A., 2020. Understanding temporal social dynamics in zoo animal management: an elephant case study. Animals, 10 (5): 882. ISSN 2076-2615

CARTER, A., MCNALLY, D. and ROSHIER, A., 2020. Canine collars: an investigation of collar type and the forces applied to a simulated neck model. Veterinary Record. ISSN 0042-4900

HALL, E. and CARTER, A., 2020. Incidence and risk factors for heat-related illness (heatstroke) in UK dogs under primary veterinary care in 2016. Scientific Reports, 10: 9128. ISSN 2045-2322

WILLIAMS, E., CARTER, A., HALL, C. and BREMNER-HARRISON, S., 2019. Social interactions in zoo-housed elephants: factors affecting social relationships. Animals, 9 (10): 747. ISSN 2076-2615

WILLIAMS, E., CARTER, A., HALL, C. and BREMNER-HARRISON, S., 2019. Exploring the relationship between personality and social interactions in zoo-housed elephants: incorporation of keeper expertise. Applied Animal Behaviour Science. ISSN 0168-1591

HALL, E.J. and CARTER, A., 2017. Establishing a reference range for normal canine tympanic membrane temperature measured with a veterinary aural thermometer. Veterinary Nursing Journal, 32 (12), pp. 369-373. ISSN 1741-5349

BIRCH, E., CARTER, A. and BOYD, J., 2016. An examination of jump kinematics in dogs over increasing hurdle heights. Comparative Exercise Physiology, 12 (2), pp. 91-98. ISSN 1755-2540

HALL, E.J. and CARTER, A., 2016. Heatstroke – providing evidence-based advice to dog owners. Veterinary Nursing Journal, 31 (12), pp. 359-363. ISSN 1741-5349

Chapter in book

HALL, E., CARTER, A. and O’NEILL, D., 2020. Hot dogs – what triggers fan the flames of heat related illness for UK dogs? In: BSAVA Congress 2020 proceedings. Quedgeley: British Small Animal Veterinary Association, p. 385. ISBN 9781910443767

HALL, E., CARTER, A. and O’NEILL, D., 2020. Hot dogs — which dog types have highest risk of heat related illness in the UK? In: BSAVA Congress 2020 proceedings. Quedgeley: British Small Animal Veterinary Association, p. 384. ISBN 9781910443767

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