Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
A pamphlet, published by the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, detailing the dangers of using steel trap and wire snares to catch rabbits and hares, and details the harm thes snares can do. They recommend a stop-noose snare made of rope.
"Cruel and Vain Repetition, experiments upon living creatures", a pamphlet distributed by the Vivisection Investigation League about experiments carried out on dogs, cats, rabbits and monkeys.
Located in Poultry Research Centre Staff Papers 1967.
Estimates of genetic parameters for ovulation rate, prenatal survival and litter size in rabbits from an elliptical selection experiment, 1993
Located in Roslin Institute Staff Papers 1993. Part 1.
A leaflet of an essay written by M. Beddow Bayly, tited "Experiments on Rabbits' Eyes". Published by the SSPV in 1966, the leaflet regards how rabbits are used to test irritents on the eyes due to rabbit's being unable to produce tears.
It was withdrawn from circulation, April 1975.
The leaflet contains both graphic images and descriptions.
A short essay titled "Experiments on the Brain in Conscious Living Rabbits", by M. Beddow Bayly. Published by the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Vivisection, 1966, and withdrawn May 1979.
The essay contains details about experiments carried out on living rabbits and has a graphic image of a conscious rabbit.
An article written by M. Beddow Bayly for the Anti-Vivisection News, September 1953. The article regards the use of rabbits when testing the the effects of chemicals on eyesite due to rabbits being unable to cry.
"Hints on the Care of Rabbits", is a guide to the best practice for looking after rabbits as a domestic pet. Published by the Animal Defence Society as part of Animal Friends No.5a
A leaflet, "Horror in her Vanity Case", by William Hamilton for a Sunday Mirror enquiry, 1974. The leaflet contains an article on the use of animals being used for experiments in the beauty industry.
It was reprinted from the Sunday Mirror by the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Vivisection in 1981, and withdrawn 2nd February 1983.
Balfour writes that she is grateful that Ewart has got 'Romulus' (his first zebra hybrid) back from the King. She asks if Ewart would like her to talk to Lord Onslow about his remaining herd of mountain zebras. She hopes to examine the callosities on her own Highland ponies soon and asks about the results of his hare-rabbit cross-breeding experiments. She complains about the lack of funding for scientific research.