Nancy Dreschel

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Dogs Meta Analysis Hydrocortisone Cortisol Testing Avoidance Behavior Avoidance Learning Canidae Breeds Systematic Reviews Puppies Fear Systematic Review Fearfulness Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Saliva Yorkshire Terrier German Shepherd Breed Differences Noise Incidence Posture Color Exercise Body Weight

Most Recent Papers

The Importance of Evaluating Positive Welfare Characteristics and Temperament in Working Therapy Dogs

S Miller, J Serpell, K Dalton, K Waite, D Morris, L Redding, N Dreschel, M Davis, 2022, Frontiers in Veterinary Science

Human-dog bond correlates of increased dog-walking

E Chen, M French, S Ozoglu, A Cripe, U Lawrence, N Dreschel, 2020, Obesity on p. 107

Do dogs really see in just black and white?

N Dreschel, 2020, The Conversation

A systematic review and meta-analysis of salivary cortisol measurement in domestic canines

M. L. Cobb, K. Iskandarani, V. M. Chinchilli, N. A. Dreschel, 2016, Domestic Animal Endocrinology on p. 31-42

Advancing the social neuroscience of human-animal interaction: The role of salivary bioscience

N Dreschel, D Granger, 2016, on p. 195-216

Breed-dependent differences in the onset of fear-related avoidance behavior in puppies

Mary Morrow, Joseph Ottobre, Ann Ottobre, Peter Neville, Normand St-Pierre, Nancy Dreschel, Joy L. Pate, 2015, Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research on p. 286-294

A meta-analysis of salivary cortisol measurement in domestic canines

Nancy Dreschel, M Cobb, K Iskandarani, V Chinchilli, 2014, Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research on p. e11-e12

Stress in shelter dogs and the use of foster care to improve animal welfare

A Fehringer, Nancy Dreschel, 2014, Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research on p. e11

Stress during certification testing in prison drug detection dogs and their handlers

Nancy Dreschel, K Entendencia, 2013, Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research on p. e28

Salivary cortisol concentrations and behavior in a population of healthy dogs hospitalized for elective procedures

J Hekman, A Karas, Nancy Dreschel, 2012, Applied Animal Behaviour Science on p. 149-157

Most-Cited Papers

A systematic review and meta-analysis of salivary cortisol measurement in domestic canines

M. L. Cobb, K. Iskandarani, V. M. Chinchilli, N. A. Dreschel, 2016, Domestic Animal Endocrinology on p. 31-42

Breed-dependent differences in the onset of fear-related avoidance behavior in puppies

Mary Morrow, Joseph Ottobre, Ann Ottobre, Peter Neville, Normand St-Pierre, Nancy Dreschel, Joy L. Pate, 2015, Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research on p. 286-294

Salivary cortisol concentrations and behavior in a population of healthy dogs hospitalized for elective procedures

J Hekman, A Karas, Nancy Dreschel, 2012, Applied Animal Behaviour Science on p. 149-157

Do dogs really see in just black and white?

N Dreschel, 2020, The Conversation

Advancing the social neuroscience of human-animal interaction: The role of salivary bioscience

N Dreschel, D Granger, 2016, on p. 195-216

A meta-analysis of salivary cortisol measurement in domestic canines

Nancy Dreschel, M Cobb, K Iskandarani, V Chinchilli, 2014, Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research on p. e11-e12

Stress in shelter dogs and the use of foster care to improve animal welfare

A Fehringer, Nancy Dreschel, 2014, Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research on p. e11

Stress during certification testing in prison drug detection dogs and their handlers

Nancy Dreschel, K Entendencia, 2013, Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research on p. e28

Human-dog bond correlates of increased dog-walking

E Chen, M French, S Ozoglu, A Cripe, U Lawrence, N Dreschel, 2020, Obesity on p. 107

The Importance of Evaluating Positive Welfare Characteristics and Temperament in Working Therapy Dogs

S Miller, J Serpell, K Dalton, K Waite, D Morris, L Redding, N Dreschel, M Davis, 2022, Frontiers in Veterinary Science