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The relationship between northern Indigenous people and dogs has evolved over the past years alongside events such as colonization, settlement, proliferation of snowmobiling and other socio-cultural and environmental changes. These changes have had negative impacts on this relationship, and with the endemic presence of arctic fox rabies, dog bites...
Au Québec, les chiens font partie intégrante de l'environnement social et culturel des régions nordiques habitées principalement par des communautés inuites, cries, naskapies et innues. Si les populations de chiens contribuent au bien-être des humains, leur présence génère divers risques pour la santé, tels que la transmission de la rage par des mo...
Dog bites are a major public health issue in Canadian and Alaskan northern indigenous communities. However, our scoping review shows that they remain poorly described and understood. More research is needed to explore risk factors associated with dog bites in-depth. Further works should better integrate indigenous perspectives and knowledge, and ad...