Research at the Working Dog Centre

The Working Dog Centre draws in the expertise of some of New Zealand's most renowned canine veterinarians to develop research to improve the health of our working dogs. 

If you are interested in researching for the centre, please get in touch


The prevalence of hip dysplasia in the New Zealand Huntaway

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Preliminary investigation into the effects of low carbohydrate dietary content on glucose concentrations in working farm dogs

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Effects of Strengthening Exercises on New Zealand Police Dogs

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Characterising the nutritional qualities of mutton for working dogs

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Effects of nutrition on the performance of working dogs

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Identifying the causes of photosensitisation in working farm dogs in New Zealand

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Accuracy of a patient-specific drill guide created using computer-aided design from CT data and printed using rapid prototyping technology ...

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Epidemiology of canine pneumovirus among New Zealand dogs

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Investigation of Sudden Death in young Labrador Retrievers

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Preliminary investigation into the effects of low carbohydrate dietary content on glucose levels in working farm dogs

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TeamMate a prospective study of working farm dog health and wellbeing

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The effects of nutrition on the performance of working dogs

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Pharmacokinetics of abamectin in the dog

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Rapid PCR method for detecting the MDR1 mutation in dogs

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Development of a PCR test for T. ovis

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A year in the life of a dog 

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Golden Labrador puppy training to be a guide dog

Welfare provisions for assistance dogs

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Understanding farmer’s reasons for not neutering working dogs

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Evaluating the field efficacy of Endoguard™  and Drontol™ in farm working dogs

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