Clients & Collaborators

"Great discoveries and improvements invariably involve the cooperation of many minds".

— Alexander Graham Bell, 1847-1922



The following organisations are some of AWE's past or present valued clients. Hover over the logo to read about the project!



The following organisations have collaborated in the development of protocols for dolphin welfare assessment: 

Laboratoire d'Ethologie Expérimentale et Comparée

Université Paris 13, Sorbonne Paris Cité


"I believe the C-Well© approach is a very nice and appropriate way to start a practical evaluation of the welfare of the dolphins maintained in our facilities, by correlating health and physiological parameters with social and behavioural aspects. We have approached its application into our facilities and adapted some parts, and it represented a good opportunity to engage the entire staff in a multiple shared analysis."

—  Dr Claudia Gili, DMV, PhD, Dipl ECZM, Director of Science and Veterinary services for Costa Edutainment

“The C-Well© is the first practical approach with objective aspects to measure welfare in bottlenose dolphins. The data set was extensive, but even for an outside-inspector (in our case official veterinarian) it was possible to draw a conclusion. For further use it would be good (even if it is difficult especially for very old and very young animals) to have a correlation between the scores and the welfare status of the animals."

—  Dr Katrin Baumgartner & Tim Hüttner, Nuremberg Zoo  and  Dr Daniela Rickert, Official Veterinarian at the Nuremberg Local Authority

At Marwell Wildlife, we are passionate about optimising animal welfare for zoo animals.  We used Isabella Clegg’s consultancy service, Animal Welfare Expertise, to provide added insight into cutting-edge animal welfare theory and science.  We found Isabella to be innovative, helpful and professional, and she engaged well with all members of our animal teams.

—  Dr Justine Shotton, Marwell Wildlife

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