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Title: Correlazione tra adozioni e presenza di professionisti in canile
Other Titles: Correlation between adoptions and professional figures in kennel
Authors: Stippi, Elisa
Issue Date: 7-Nov-2019
Publisher: Università degli studi di Parma.Dipartimento di scienze medico-veterinarie
Document type: Bachelor thesis
Abstract: Il canile tradizionale presenta una serie di punti critici di natura strutturale e gestionale (as-senza di risorse, degrado, assenza di formazione, professionalità e servizi) che si ripercuoto-no negativamente sul processo di adozione, aumentano il rischio di abbandoni/rientri e raf-forzano una rappresentazione errata del cane e della struttura canile. Da tutto questo nasce l’esigenza di una transizione verso il canile zooantropologico, che ha come focus la relazione uomo-cane. Affinché questo cambiamento possa avvenire occorre adeguare le infrastrutture, passare da una gestione amatoriale ad una gestione aziendale, garantire la creazione di una équipe mul-tidisciplinare, garantire la formazione e l’aggiornamento continuo e diventare il centro della cultura cinofila. Partendo da queste premesse l’obiettivo della ricerca è quello di valutare se esistono corre-lazioni tra le figure professionali presenti in canile, le attività che si ritengono fondamentali per il corretto funzionamento della struttura (e da chi vengono svolte) e i parametri funzio-nali del canile.
Traditional kennel shows a series of structural and managerial critical points (lack of re-sources, degradation, lack of training, professionalism and services) which affect negatively the adoption process, increase the risk of dog abandonment or returns and reinforce an in-correct representation of the dog and the kennel structure. From all this comes the need for a transition from traditional kennel to zooanthropological kennel, which has the focus on the relationship between man and dog. In order for this change to take place the infrastructure must be restructured and the kennel have to switch from an amateur management to a business management, ensure the creation of multidisciplinary teams, ensure continuous internal education and become the centre of dog culture. Starting from these premises, the objective of this research was to assess whether there is a correlation between the professional figures present in kennel, the activities that are consid-ered fundamental for the correct functioning of the structure (and by whom they are car-ried out) and the functional parameters of the kennel. The thesis is composed of a first descriptive part in which the man-dog relationship, the kennel and the professional figures are presented from a cognitive-zooanthropological per-spective, while the second part is reserved for data collection, the presentation of results and their description. Despite the fact that no significant relationships between professional figures or activities and the functional parameters have been highlighted, the research has shown a tendency to change, but in the perspective of transformation, the work inside the Italian kennels have a long way to go.
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