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20182018

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Mr Johnathan Binks is an animal science lecturer and programme tutor for the BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviour & Welfare degree programme at Hartpury. John completed his MRes in Animal Behaviour & Welfare following completion of a BSc (Hons) degree in the same subject area. His primary interests include the use of sensory environmental enrichment as a tool to improve captive animal welfare or influence human perceptions of animal behaviour, both of which may hold potential to promote successful rehoming. Other areas of interest include animal welfare assessment and attitudes towards the use of invertebrates as pet food. Subjects taught by John include Animal Welfare Assessment, Management of Domestic Animals, and Animal Psychology.

Education/Academic qualification

Animal Behaviour & Welfare, MRes Animal Behaviour & Welfare, University of the West of England (UWE)

Sep 2016Jul 2017

Award Date: 8 Aug 2017

Animal Behaviour & Welfare, BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviour & Welfare, University of the West of England (UWE)

Sep 2013Jun 2016

Award Date: 8 Jul 2016

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The behavioural effects of olfactory stimulation on dogs at a rescue shelter

Binks, J., Taylor, S., Wills, A. & Montrose, V. T., 1 May 2018, In : Applied Animal Behaviour Science. 202, May, p. 69-76 8 p.

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    The behavioural effects of olfactory stimulation on dogs at a rescue shelter

    John Binks, Sienna Taylor, Alison Wills & Tamara Montrose

    17/4/1821/4/18

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