Territorial Marking


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The marking of a boundary with an odorous substance or pheromone secreted from a specialised, testosterone-responsive marking gland, typically near the chin or rump, or secreted in urine
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Flags, emblems, graffiti, parades, kerbs, walls, sectarian murals, and any permanent physical manifestations of territorial marking ideally as focused programmes or as significant elements built in to all programmes.
However research has also identified that attachment to organizational objects and spaces caused by territorial marking extends to attachment to the organization which has been found to result in greater commitment to the workplace (Brown, Lawrence& Robinson, 2005; Vischer, 2008).
Saga Furs told the Mirror they operate under Council of Europe recommendations covering "basic requirements for the health and welfare", which include "adequate freedom of movement, physical comfort and adequate opportunity for grooming, eating, drinking, territorial marking, climbing and swimming".
Saga Furs told us they operate under Council of Europe recommendations covering "basic requirements for the health and welfare", which include "adequate freedom of movement, physical comfort and adequate opportunity for grooming, eating, drinking, territorial marking, climbing and swimming".
Considering Taiwan's special status and the country's one-China policy, Biazon said the territorial marking could be done through the respective local governments of the Philippines and Taiwan.
In contrast, California mice males exposed to BPA demonstrated reduced territorial marking, which is essential for them to defend a home range and their mate.
In addition, he placed on an overhanging branch a few feet above his scrape a commercially available scrape dripper which, during warm periods of the day, drips a scent that is intended to replicate a buck's territorial marking odor.
Latrine use has primarily been related to territorial marking and broadcasting of social rank or reproductive status, but the frequency with which specific latrines are visited differs both within and between carnivore species (Gorman 1990).
Territorial marking is a typical male trait, resulting from the dog's testosterone levels.
Male dogs, in general, have a lesser risk--possibly because frequent urination for territorial marking flushes potential carcinogens from the bladder.
3) If you want the highest level of cleaning, choose a product with an enzyme remover which breaks down the chemicals that cause territorial marking.
Up to 50 per cent of canine territorial marking may be alleviated by neutering.

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