Els Peeters

Drs. Biologie
Speerpunt:
dierenwelzijn & gedrag
Sleutelwoorden: katten welzijn, gedrag en gedragstherapie, voortplanting kat, zwerfkattenproblematiek en asielen/welzijn van asieldieren
En is ook: aquarist, biologisch tuinierster, vice-voorzitster Feline Welfare Foundation, geregeld in de keuken te vinden voor een culinair experiment

Campus: Waas
Adres: Hospitaalstraat 23, 9100 Sint-Niklaas
Telefoon: 03 776 43 48
E-mail:
els.peeters@odisee.be
Centrum: SALTO
Studiegebied: Industriële Wetenschappen en Technologie – Biotechniek

 

Publicaties

Aantal : 12
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Huisdierwijzer kip (Gallus gallus domesticus)
Peeters, Els
Vlaamse Overheid - Departement Leefmilieu, Natuur en Energie - Dienst Dierenwelzijn; Brussel
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De kat: hoe het verleden het heden bepaalt
Peeters, Els
Vlaamse overheid, Departement Leefmilieu, Natuur en Energie, Dienst Dierenwelzijn
https://mix.office.com/watch/13sgs5bwx6xcz​
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Dierenwelzijn begint in het winkelkarretje
Peeters, Els
VRT
De Redactie,be; 2016
http://deredactie.be/permalink/1.2735686 http://deredactie.be/cm/vrtnieuws/opinieblog/opinie/1.2735686
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Huisdierwijzer kat (Felis sylvestris catus)
Peeters, Els
Vlaamse Overheid - Departement Leefmilieu, Natuur en Energie - Dienst Dierenwelzijn; Brussel
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Kat in het nauw maakt rare sprongen
Bleys, Renilde
Corelio Media
Het Nieuwsblad Check; 2015
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Nee, je poes is niet bang voor een komkommer
SN, SN
Nederlandse Publieke Omroep
De Kennis van Nu; 2015
http://www.dekennisvannu.nl/site/artikel/Nee-je-poes-is-niet-bang-voor-een-komkommer/7705
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Prolonged suckling in kittens confers protection against overweight and obesity in adult cats (Felis Sylvestris catus)
van Lent, Denise ; Corbee, RJ ; Peeters, Els ; van Straalen, NM ; Stolting, Marcellina
European society of Veterinary & Comparative Nutrition
Proceedings of the 18th congress of the ESVCN; 2014
Prolonged suckling in kittens confers protection against overweight and obesity in adult cats (Felis Sylvestris catus) D. van Lent1,2, R.J. Corbee3, E.H.K.A. Peeters4, N.M. van Straalen2, M. Stolting1 1Feline Advisory Bureau Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2Department of Animal Ecology, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3Department of Clinical Sciences of Companion Animals, University of Utrecht, Yalelaan 108, 3584 CM Utrecht, The Netherlands,4 Department of Veterinary Sciences, University of Antwerp, Belgium vanlent.denise@gmail.com Introduction: According to human research, a prolonged period of breast feeding confers protection of the baby against overweight and obesity in adult life. The influence of the duration of the suckling period on feline obesity has not been considered, while domesticated animals such as the cat are typically exposed to early separation between mother and kittens. The aim of this study was to evaluate the hypothesis that when cats are able to suckle longer, they run a lower risk of becoming overweight and obese in adult life. Animals, Material and Methods: Ninety-six healthy adult cats were included. The Total Body Fat Percentage (TBF %) of each cat was compared with the duration of the suckling period. Through an extensive questionnaire with the pet owner, information about the cat’s diet, health status, lifestyle and physical activity was obtained. Results and discussion: Forty-eight out of ninety-six cats (50%) were overweight of which sixteen cats (17%) were obese. The fraction of overweight cats was significantly higher (up to 80%) in the short suckling period classes (0-13 weeks), while it was significantly lower (30% or less) in the classes with longer suckling periods (>13 weeks). Interestingly, in the long suckling period classes that was comprised of mainly purebred cats, cats were more inactive, the usage of treats was more frequent and cats were more often fed ad libitum, despite having a healthier TBF%. Conclusion: Purebred cats generally have a longer suckling period than mixed-breed cats and are less likely to be obese indicating that a shorter suckling period predisposes cats to overweight and obesity. We suggest that during the pre-weaning phase a leptin set-point needs to be established as a prerequisite for adult animals to regulate food-intake properly. Additionally, heightened stress levels induced by maternal separation might contribute to the development of abnormal eating behavior.
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Visitors’ effect on the behaviour of three great apes species in Antwerp Zoo, Belgium
Geirnaert, Amanda ; Sannen, Adinda ; Peeters, Els ; Vervaecke, Hilde
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Anesthesia in kittens a review of the literature with stress on the possibilities in Belgium
Peeters, Els ; Porters, N ; Bols, PEJ ; Nelissen, M ; Moons, CPH ; de Rooster, H ; Polis, I
Faculteit van de Diergeneeskunde, Rijksuniversiteit te Gent
Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift; 2012; Vol. 81; iss. 3; pp. 129 - 137
In Belgium, elective surgical procedures in very young small animals are rarely performed. Consequently, most veterinarians have little experience in anesthetizing pediatric patients. This article describes potential problems of anesthesia in kittens, which are mainly linked to their specific anatomy and physiology. Additionally, some practical anesthetic protocols are highlighted. Combinations with ketamine are practical, economical and efficient options.
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Cat Control Plan Belgium: reaction of some shelters and public respondents
Vervaecke, Hilde ; Romeyns, An ; Biesemans, Nele ; Boydens, Marjan ; Kerselaers, Wendy ; Peeters, Els ; Van Tilburgh, Eric
Minding Animals; 2012
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Giardia, veroorzaker van diarree bij de kat
Peeters, Els
Uitgeverij Shannon
Majesteit; 2009
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Vroegcastratie, uw katje laten helpen op jonge leeftijd
Peeters, Els
Uitgeverij Shannon
Majesteit; 2008
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