BM virtual meeting 2020

17
Nov

KEYNOTE LECTURES

Dr Emanuela Dalla Costa
DVM, PhD, ECAWBM – AWSEL

Improving horse welfare and behaviour: recent advances and open challenges in equine science

Prof Daniel S. Mills
BVSc PhD CBiol FSB FHEA CCAB Dip ECAWBM(BM) FRCVS 

Understanding the relationship between pain and behaviour in clinical behaviour practice

LECTURES

Do our dogs sleep enough?
Carrie Tooley

Understanding dogs who react to other dogs (Canis lupus familiaris)
Himara Van Haevermaet

Behavioural pain indicators around farrowing in sows
Elena Navarro

Serotonin assays in clinical practice. Do sex and activity play a role in serotonin concentrations in equine plasma?
Tiago Mendonça 

Whippet and Italian Greyhound interspecific social behaviour: preliminary data from an Italian survey
Simona Normando

The use of sertraline in dogs presenting compulsive behaviour: a four-case series
João Pedro Monteiro

Improvement of the quality of life in four dogs with intracranial pathology after ethological treatment
Susana Muñiz de Miguel

A preliminary study on preparedness in veterinary behavioural medicine among veterinary students in the United Kingdom
Sharmini Julita Paramasivam

Impact of living conditions on repetitive behaviours in dogs
Hélène Bussière

The effect of two anxiolytic drugs on learning in dogs: Preliminary findings
Juan Argüelles

Case report: Noise and thunderstorm sensitivity in a dog with chronic pain
Eleanora Amadei

Management of stress during international air travel in 4 cats – a case series
Katrin Jahn 

Bengal and Savannah hybrid cats: do they behave differently from other domestic cats?
Hélène Bussière

The cage as an educational and therapeutic tool for dogs: results of a dog’s owners questionnaire enquiry
Stephane Bleuer

Case report: An aggressive behaviour in older dog allowed us to assess her “overall” health
Eleanora Amadei

A Canine Food Reaching Task (CanFoRe): A New Tool To Assess Paw Preference In Domestic Dogs
Yasemin Salgirli Demirbas

PANELISTS

Session 1 - December 10

  • Daniela Alberghina
    Department of Veterinary Sciences, University of Messina – Italy
  • João Pedro Monteiro
    Bom Jesus Veterinary Hospital – Portugal
  • Tiago Mendoça
    IRSEA (Research Institute in Semiochemistry and Applied Ethology) – France
  • Susana Muñiz de Miguel
    Rof Codina Veterinary Teaching  Hospital – Spain
  • Elena Navarro
    Veterinary School – Autonomous University of Barcelona – Spain
  • Simona Normando
    Padua University – Italy
  • Lorella Notari
    RSPCA – UK
  • Carrie Tooley
    Behavioural Referrals Veterinary Practice, Chester – UK
  • Himara Van Haevermaet
    University of Lincoln – UK

Session 2 - December 11

  • Eleanora Amadei
    Independent researcher -Italy
  • Juan Carlos Argüelles
    Universidad Cardenal Herrera-CEU and Ethoclinic Valencia – España
  • Stephane Bleuer
    Private practice (Tel Aviv) – Israel
  • Hélène Bussière
    École Nationale Vétérinaire d’Alfort – France
  • Katrin Jahn
    German Veterinary Clinic -United Arab Emirates
  • Sharmini Julita Paramasivam
  • University of Surrey – UK
  • Patrizia Piotti
    University of Milan – Italy
  • Giacomo Riggio
    Department of Veterinary Sciences, University of Pisa – Italy
  • Yasemin Salgirli Demirbas
    Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ankara University – Turkey

Session 1 agenda

December 10, 2020

14:00
Welcome

14:05
Keynote  “Improving horse welfare and behaviour: recent advances and open challenges in equine science”
Emanuela Dalla Costa

15:05
Break

15:10
Social Learning in Shelter Dogs: the ‘Your Friend is My Friend’ method
Lorella Notari

15:25
Seven-week old puppy performance during a behavioural standardized test: influence of breed groups based on genetic relatedness and environment
Daniela Alberghina

15:40
Do our dogs sleep enough?
Carrie Tooley

 

15:55
Understanding dogs who react to other dogs (Canis lupus familiaris)
Himara Van Haevermaet

16:10
Break

16:30
Equine Appeasing Pheromones (EAP) slightly influences maternal serum serotonin response to a short separation from foal: a preliminary study
Daniela Alberghina

16:45
Behavioural pain indicators around farrowing in sows
Elena Navarro

17:00
Serotonin assays in clinical practice. Do sex and activity play a role in serotonin concentrations in equine plasma?
Tiago Mendonça 

17:15
Whippet and Italian Greyhound interspecific social behaviour: preliminary data from an Italian survey
Simona Normando

17:30
Break

17:35
The use of sertraline in dogs presenting compulsive behaviour: a four-case series
João Pedro Monteiro

17:50
Improvement of the quality of life in four dogs with intracranial pathology after ethological treatment
Susana Muñiz de Miguel

18:05
Close

Session 2 agenda

December 11, 2020

14:00
Welcome

14:05
Keynote – Understanding the relationship between pain and behaviour in clinical behaviour practice
Daniel S.  Mills

15:05
Break

15:10
A preliminary study on preparedness in veterinary behavioural medicine among veterinary students in the United Kingdom
Sharmini Julita Paramasivam

15:25
Impact of living conditions on repetitive behaviours in dogs
Hélène Bussière

15:40
The effect of two anxiolytic drugs on learning in dogs: Preliminary findings
Juan Argüelles

15:55
Demographics, personality, and relationship with owners affected pets’ quality of life during COVID-19 lockdown
Patrizia Piotti

16:10
Break

16:30
Case report: Noise and thunderstorm sensitivity in a dog with chronic pain
Eleanora Amadei

16:45
Management of stress during international air travel in 4 cats – a case series
Katrin Jahn 

17:00
Bengal and Savannah hybrid cats: do they behave differently from other domestic cats?
Hélène Bussière

17:15
The cage as an educational and therapeutic tool for dogs: results of a dog’s owners questionnaire enquiry
Stephane Bleuer

17:30
Break

17:35
Case report: An aggressive behaviour in older dog allowed us to assess her “overall” health
Eleanora Amadei

17:50
A Canine Food Reaching Task (CanFoRe): A New Tool To Assess Paw Preference In Domestic Dogs
Yasemin Salgirli Demirbas

18:05
Correlation between serotonin and tryptophan serum concentrations in shelter dogs undergoing a stressful procedure
Giacomo Riggio

18:20
Close