Conservation Research Ltd and its associates offer consultancy services to set-up, train and equip local organisations with all they need to conduct roaming dog population density and welfare monitoring. This includes developing monitoring routes, training local teams in best practice survey techniques and setting-up databases, mobile phone apps and protocols to ensure monitoring can continue in the long term and hence support future impact assessment of dog management interventions. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information.
You will find here examples of final reports and peer-reviewed publications resulting from our past dog population monitoring work
A dog population survey of the Panama Metropolitian area was completed by one of the authorsand a small team of Spay Panama staff. The method used was direct observation of free-roaming ........
Estimates of demographic parameters, such as age-specific survival and fecundity, age at first pregnancy and litter size, are required for roaming dogs (i.e. dogs that are neither confined nor restricted) to assess the likely effect of proposed methods of population control.........CLICK TO DOWNLOAD FULL PAPER
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