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  1. The veterinarian's role in the human-animal bond

    Contributor(s): Mitchener, K. L.

  2. Facilitating companion animal death

    Contributor(s): Lagoni, L., Butler, C.

    This article describes suggested preparation of owners who wish to be present during euthanasia; euthanasia logistics; facilitating owner-present euthanasia, and aftercare of the owners. It is concluded that when euthanasia is skillfully and sensitively planned and performed, the experience may...

  3. Socialization classes for puppies and kittens

    Contributor(s): Crowell-Davis, S. L.

  4. Human feet are not mice: how to treat human-directed feline aggression

    Contributor(s): Crowell-Davis, S. L.

  5. Motivation for pet ownership and its relevance to behavior problems

    Contributor(s): Crowell-Davis, S. L.

  6. Closing the gap between animals and humans

    Contributor(s): Gerber, J.

  7. Closing the gap between animals and humans

    Contributor(s): Jorgensen, J. R.

  8. The declawing debate

    Contributor(s): Neunzig, R. J.

  9. Ethics and compassionate cancer care: where do we draw the line?

    Contributor(s): Ogilvie, G. K.

  10. Dominance versus leadership in dog training

    Contributor(s): Yin, S.

  11. Measuring clinical outcomes of animal-assisted therapy: impact on resident medication usage

    Contributor(s): Lust, E., Ryan-Haddad, A., Coover, K., Snell, J.

  12. Pet birds can bring disease

    Contributor(s): Burgess, J.

  13. The power of pastimes

    Contributor(s): Hegland, A.

  14. Companion animal behavior: a review of dog and cat behavior in the field, the laboratory and the clinic

    Contributor(s): Houpt, K. A.

  15. Family and pet visitation in the critical care unit

    Contributor(s): Cullen, L., Titler, M., Drahozal, R.

  16. Implementation of a pet visitation program in critical care

    Contributor(s): Giuliano, K. K., Bloniasz, E., Bell, J.

  17. What criteria should be used for pet therapy in critical care? Are you aware of any hospitals doing this?

    Contributor(s): Martin, S.

  18. The request

    Contributor(s): Solberg, T.

  19. Pets and the development of allergic sensitization

    Contributor(s): Simpson, A., Custovic, A.

    Sensitization to pets remains a risk factor for asthma and rhinitis, and can occur in people who have never lived with a pet. Several reports have indicated that living with a pet reduces the risk for becoming sensitized to that pet. Having a pet in the home gives exposure to more than just...

  20. Chimps ape man

    Contributor(s): Dixon, B.