A UK-based scientific organization dedicated to helping the research community worldwide to identify, develop and use 3Rs technologies and approaches.
The Shape of Enrichment, Inc. is a non-profit corporation that offers a variety of services to animal care professionals worldwide. Founded in 1991, The Shape of Enrichment, Inc. is dedicated to promoting environmentalland behavioral enrichment efforts for animals in human care, and encouraging improvements in animal welfare worldwide through education and international exchanges of enrichment theory and application.
The Animal Behavior Management Alliance (ABMA) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation with a membership comprised of animal care professionals and other individuals interested in enhancing animal care through training and enrichment. The ABMA has been incorporated as a non profit organization since 2000.
We are committed to providing the highest level of animal care and guest experiences by engaging cast to build a culture of progressive evidence-based behavior management. Animal, cast and guest safety should always be the first consideration in the development and implementation of all behavior management strategies. The behavioral husbandry programs should be fully integrated into daily animal management and be both proactive and dynamic in nature.
The American Society of Primatologists is both an educational and scientific society which aims to promote both the discovery and exchange of information on non-human primates. The society is open to anybody who actively, or is more passively interested in primatology, or anyone who is interested in supporting this
Come See Our World (CSOW) is your window into the world of life changing research involving animals. We invite you to see the animals that are integral to medical progress. Advancements in human and animal health would not be possible without these important animals, as well as their caregivers, researchers, non-animal models, and human volunteers.
REAL is comprised of laboratory animal veterinarians, veterinary technicians, animal care staff, and scientists dedicated to providing expertise and collaboration to colleagues interested in refining their animal model(s) and/or animal care.
We create and evaluate puzzles, toys, and games to stimulate problem-solving and physical activity. Our cutting edge products are durable, safe for animals, and can be changed in hundreds of ways to give animals new challenges every day.
We also aim to inspire animal caretakers to create interesting, dynamic enrichment for the animals under their care. Our team is committed to educate people about the importance of enrichment, gather enrichment-related resources for animal caretakers, and share enrichment ideas with the animal care community.
Since 1951, the Animal Welfare Institute has been dedicated to reducing animal suffering caused by people. We seek better treatment of animals everywhere in the laboratory, on the farm, in commerce, at home, and in the wild.
ABI was founded in 2010 by Dr. Gary Fortier and Dr. Janis Hammer in order to offer behavioral courses and training online. Our web based, interactive courses allow adult students to obtain professional quality instruction without travel, anywhere, at any time. The courses and programs offered through the Animal Behavior Institute provide individualized instruction, certification, and continuing education credits for animal professionals.
Animal behavior degree programs emphasize hand-on learning experiences, and many require fieldwork and internships to provide a comprehensive overview of the subject.
The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering the psychology of groups and organizations. Its editor-in-chief is Gavin Schwarz. It was established 1965 and is published by SAGE Publications in association with the National Training Laboratories.
ASI helps improve and expand knowledge about human-animal relationships in order to create safer and more compassionate communities for all. We are the leader in translating research on human-animal interaction into practice, providing essential knowledge and tools, and promoting evidence-based approaches that ge
Part of the third most-cited veterinary science journal, this section explores insights into the behavior and welfare of both domesticated and non-domesticated animals managed or affected by humans.
The purpose of the Laboratory Animal Refinement & Enrichment Forum (LAREF) is the exchange of experiences about ways to improve the conditions under which animals in laboratories are housed and handled. This electronic discussion forum is intended to serve the international animal care community in its attempt to promote animal welfare and improve scientific methodology by avoiding or eliminating husbandry-related stress situations. The forum is open to animal care personnel, animal technicians, students, attending veterinarians and researchers who have or had first-hand experience in the care of animals kept in laboratories.