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  1. Companion animal renters and pet-friendly housing in the US

    Contributor(s): Carlisle-Frank, P., Frank, J. M., Nielsen, L.

    A nationwide empirical study was conducted to determine the factors influencing the availability of pet-friendly rental housing throughout the US. Factors examined included an assessment of a variety of financial and economic factors, rental rates, deposits, turnover and damage histories, rental...

  2. Who let the dogs in? A pets policy for a supported housing organization

    Contributor(s): Hunt, Marcia G., Stein, Catherine H.

  3. TigerPlace, A State-Academic-Private Project to Revolutionize Traditional Long-Term Care

    Contributor(s): Rantz, Marilyn J., Porter, Rosemary T., Cheshier, Debra, Otto, Donna, Servey Iii, Charles H., Johnson, Rebecca A., Aud, Myra, Skubic, Marjorie, Tyrer, Harry, Zhihai, He, Demiris, George, Alexander, Gregory L., Taylor, Gene

  4. Pet ownership by elderly people: two new issues

    Contributor(s): Smith, David W. E., Seibert, Christine S., Jackson, F. Wilson, III, Snell, Jennifer

  5. Value of cat ownership to elderly women living alone

    Contributor(s): Mahalski, Pauline A., Jones, Robin, Maxwell, Gabrielle M.

  6. Emotional impact of possession loss

    Contributor(s): McCracken, Ann

  7. Restrictive leasing: issues confronting the elderly and their companion animals

    Contributor(s): Netting, F. Ellen, Wilson, Cindy C.

  8. CCRCs of the West

    Contributor(s): Dyson, Katharine

  9. Check Pet Rules Before You Move

    Contributor(s): Fowler, Robin, Davoren, Jennifer

  10. Supporting older people with pets in sheltered housing

    Contributor(s): Ormerod, E.

  11. A scoping review of published research on the relinquishment of companion animals

    Contributor(s): Coe, J. B., Young, I., Lambert, K., Dysart, L., Borden, L. N., Rajic, A.

    Globally, large populations of companion animals are relinquished each year. The purpose of this scoping review was to identify all published research investigating companion-animal relinquishment to map out and evaluate research gaps, needs, and opportunities. A comprehensive search strategy...

  12. Prescription petsĀ®: medical necessity or personal preference?

    Contributor(s): Nesta Burnett, JoAnn, Poliakoff, Gary A.

  13. Good dog! Effective pet policies

    Contributor(s): Rooney, Craig

  14. Profitable pets: making friends with Fido and Fluffy

    Contributor(s): Brecher, Natalie