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Take part in the study on animals in the city  

As part of a large-scale scientific study on animal welfare in the Brussels Capital Region commissioned by Bruxelles Environnement, the universities of Namur and Ghent are currently organising a questionnaire on living with animals in the Brussels Capital Region.

The purpose is to find out your views and experiences, as a resident. You probably will have to think about your answers from time to time. So please take some time to fill out the questionnaire. Your participation is important to get a picture of what residents find important and to enhance the research on cohabitation with animals in the city. And you can help with that!Thank you for taking the time to do so.

"Cohabitation with Animals in my city" is a questionnaire that investigates how you experience living with dogs, cats, foxes and pigeons in your municipality in the Brussels Capital Region. The questionnaire is divided into three parts: Animals as Neighbours (7 minutes, 9 questions), Responsibilities towards and Welfare of animals (5 minutes, 9 questions) and Dogs in the City (6 minutes, 13 questions). After each part, you can stop your participation and complete the last part on resident characteristics (3 minutes, 12 questions) to finish, or continue with the questions in the next section.

The survey is meant for people who live in the Brussels Capital Region. Each member of a household can complete this survey separately. This survey is anonymous. You are free to participate or not in this survey. For more information about this study, you can click here: Animal Welfare in the Brussels Capital Region: initiatives, attitudes, barriers and impact or you can email ciska.deruyver@ugent.be. The universities of Namur and Ghent have a data protection officer: dpo@unamur.be and privacy@ugent.be.

There are 45 questions in this survey.