Survey investigating hunting behaviour of domestic cats and dogs
By completing the following survey, you will be contributing to knowledge of the hunting behaviour of domestic cats and dogs, and the impact this has on native and introduced wildlife. You will also have the opportunity to express your opinions on this topic.
This survey takes approximately 20 minutes to complete, and should be completed by people over 18 years of age. Participation is voluntary. All responses are confidential and personal details are not collected. When available, a summary of the findings of this survey will be published on the University of Queensland School of Veterinary Science website.
Michael Franklin, MPhil student, University of Queensland
Dr Jacquie Rand, Professor of Companion Animal Health, University of Queensland
Dr Linda Marston, adjunct, La Trobe University
If you have any further questions please contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org
This study adheres to the Guidelines of the ethical review process of The University of Queensland and the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (approval number 2014000597). Whilst you are free to discuss your participation in this study with project staff (contactable on +61 7 5460 1834), if you would like to speak to an officer of the University not involved in the study, you may contact the Ethics Coordinator on +61 7 3365 3924.
By clicking 'next', you acknowledge you are 18 years or older and have read and understood the above information.