Relacje psów z innymi gatunkami zwierząt domowych

Weronika Penar , Angelika Magiera , Czesław Klocek


The domestic dog (Canis lupus familiaris) is the oldest domesticated animal. Urbanization and the breeding process have affected not only the appearance, but also behaviour, by intensifying or suppressing the original behaviour of dogs. The main purpose of this study was to show how human work and proper socialization of puppies affect the dogs’ breeding behaviour and their ability to create relations with other species. The experiment showed the influence of various environmental factors on the creation of mutual relations between pet animals. The research was based on an interview conducted with the owners of dogs. The study showed a relationship between the number of animals and the territory they occupy, and between individual traits: age, sex, etc. and relationships between members of the herd. When deciding to adopt other animals, especially the most popular ones such as dogs or cats, we should pay special attention to the temperament of the individual and its origin – including the socialization.
Author Weronika Penar (FoAS)
Weronika Penar,,
- Faculty of Animal Sciences
, Angelika Magiera (FoAS)
Angelika Magiera,,
- Faculty of Animal Sciences
, Czesław Klocek (FoAS / IoAS)
Czesław Klocek,,
- Institute of Animal Science
Other language title versionsRelations between dogs and other species of pet animals
Journal seriesWiadomości Zootechniczne, ISSN 1731-8068, (0 pkt)
Issue year2019
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in Englishdogs, behaviour, domestic animal
Languagepl polski
Score (nominal)5
Score sourcejournalList
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