In collaboration with scientific experts, WALTHAM has produced a series of pocket booklets to share knowledge on various aspects of pet care.
The latest of these booklets, the WALTHAM Pocket Book of Human-Animal Interactions was produced in collaboration with Dr James Serpell from the University of Pennsylvania, USA.
It is a valuable introduction to human-animal interactions for everyone interested in pets, from people sharing their lives with pets to those working within pet care and related industries.
With over 600 peer reviewed publications since the 1960s, we take great pride in sharing key findings with the scientific and pet care communities, helping to create a better world for pets across the globe.
Our most recent publication is:
Szabo,D., Gee, N., Miklosi, A. Natural or pathologic? Discrepancies in the study of behavioural and cognitive signs in aging family dogs. Journal of Veterinary Behavior. 2016; 11: 86-98.