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A study on Recognition of and Preference for Toy Breeds between Young and Older Generations
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A study on Recognition of and Preference for Toy Breeds between Young and Older Generations
Shin, Yeun-Ho;
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 Abstract
This study is to identify recognition of and preference for toy breeds between young and older generations by investigating their understating on pet dogs, difference in pet preference and reasons behind their choice of dog breeds, recognition and preference by toy breeds. A survey was conducted among 137 youths and 60 elderlies in medium/large cities and rural areas. Collected data was processed with -test to see statistical significance. The result showed a significance of p<0.01 in recognition of pet/companion animals and toy breeds, and in pet dog preference and reasons of dog choice, along with p<0.05 in recognition and preference by toy breeds. Thus, this research to provide basic information requires to widely understand characteristics of toy breeds throughout generations due to widespread preference for such breeds and to continue research on change factors in their level of recognition and preference for the right choice when he/she decides to raise a toy dog.
 Keywords
Change Factors;Pet/Companion Animals;Recognition/Preference;Toy Breeds;Young/Older Generation;
 Language
Korean
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