February 27, 2015
- The Economic Impact of Stray Cats and Dogs at Tourist Destinations on the Tourist Industry by Diana Webster (Cats and Dogs International and Humane Research Council)
French version: L'impact économique des chats et chiens errants sur l'industrie touristique.
- Hotel and Resort Guide to Managing Feral Cats and Stray Dogs by Diana Webster (Humane Advisor)
- Global Welfare Guidance for Animals in Tourism (The Association of British Travel Agents)
- Animal Mistreatment Deters Brits from Holiday Spots (Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad)
- Tourists' Reactions to Non-Human Animals: Implications for Tourist-Animal Research in the Caribbean, report by Eleanor H. Grennan and William J. Fielding, 2008 (The Pegasus Foundation and The College of The Bahamas).
- Welfare implications of the use of working equines animals (horses, donkeys and mules) in the tourism industry (The Brooke)
- Regional realities: Impact of stray dogs and cats on the community; impact on the economy, including tourism; impact on livestock, wildlife and the environment. By Dr. Mark Trotman, Veterinary Services, Ministry of Agricultural and Rural Development, Barbados.
Public Outreach Materials
- Don't Buy Wild Guide, web page listing products and activities for tourists to avoid in order to protect wildlife. Simplified and portable version to download. (Humane Society International)
- The Holiday Hooves Guide: 6 ways for holidaymakers to improve the lives of working donkeys, horses, mules and camels used in the tourism industry abroad, 2-page leaflet (SPANA).
- The Brooke's Happy Horses Holiday Code, 1-page leaflet to help tourists ensure that any animal they ride is well cared for. (The Brooke)
HSI’s Resources for Animal Protectionists offers documents and videos regarding: Animal Care; Community Outreach; Equine Welfare; Euthanasia; Exotic Animals and Wildlife; Fundraising; Humane Animal Control and Management; Humane Education; Legislation, Law Enforcement and Cruelty Issues; Operation and Management; Sheltering, Adoption and Fostering; and Tourism.