Research: Asking Questions, Getting Answers.

Hancock - a Mastiff puppy raised with his 9 littermates in foster care.

Just like the puppy in the picture, I ask a lot of questions about the world. Specifically, I am interested in asking questions about animal behavior. I want to know the answer to questions like "how can you determine which dogs are safe to home with cats?". I also am interested in research that improves our understanding of non-human animals' communications, behavioral neuroscience and psychopharmacology. If the question is "why do they do that?" I want to know the answer!

 

I also am keenly interested in research about the intersection of the human and non-human worlds. Questions about cross-species interactions, animals in captivity (zoos and aquariums), ecotourism and other anthrozoological topics are important to me. 

 

Click the button below to find information about research (past and current) that I am conducting. You will also find a section about current relevant research. Additionally, there are lots of wonderful researchers asking some of the same questions I do. I'll share links to their work (past and current) too!

 

Miranda K. Workman

MS, CCBC, CBCC-KA, CPDT-KSA

Scientific Mind. 

Expert Hand.

Compassionate Heart.

 

Telephone : ​716-465-5877

Email : mkw@mirandakworkman.com

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Purrfect Paws Animal Behavior Center, LLC.

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Any information provided on this website is for educational purposes only and is not intended to substitute for individualized care from an animal behavior and training professional.