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  1. Two sides of the bond

    Contributor(s): Perkins, J.

  2. Native animal hypocrisy!

    Contributor(s): Phillips, K.

  3. Australian Companion Animal Council Inc (ACAC). What is ACAC and why should you care?

    Contributor(s): Seksel, K.

  4. Human and animal inter-relationships. Review series: I. The human-animal bond

    Contributor(s): Blackshaw, J. K.

  5. Human and animal inter-relationships. Review Series: 6. Behavioural problems of cats: II

    Contributor(s): Blackshaw, J. K.

  6. Human and animal inter-relationships. Review series: 5. Normal behaviour patterns of cats: I

    Contributor(s): Blackshaw, J. K.

  7. Human and animal inter-relationships. Review Series: 3. Normal behaviour patterns of dogs: part I. 4. Behavioural problems of dogs: part II

    Contributor(s): Blackshaw, J. K.

    Most problems arise when the owner fails to realize that the dog must be part of a defined hierarchy. The treatment of aggression, attention seeking, and elimination, feeding and sexual problems is reviewed.

  8. Human and animal inter-relationships. Review series: 2. The management of grief

    Contributor(s): Blackshaw, J. K.

  9. Human-animal inter-relationships. Review series 8: veterinarian-client relationships

    Contributor(s): Blackshaw, J. K.

  10. Human-animal inter-relationships. Review series: 7. A practical approach to the assessment and management of behavioural changes in companion animals

    Contributor(s): Blackshaw, J. K., Allan, D. J.

  11. The influence of companion animals on the psychological health of older adults

    Contributor(s): May, C.

    Companion animals are thought to have an influence on the psychological health of older adults. It has been suggested that interacting with companion animals affects psychological functioning by reducing depression, anxiety, loneliness and stress, and improving social competence, social interest,...

  12. Understanding and responding to grief in companion animal practice

    Contributor(s): Williams, S., Mills, J. N.

  13. Human beings, animals and inanimate objects: what do people with autism like?

    Contributor(s): Celani, G.

  14. Visual contact with humans and condition in domesticated budgerigars

    Contributor(s): Price, M., Lill, A.

    Regular, non-aversive interaction with humans can reduce domestic and captive animals' fear of them. This has management implications because it can sometimes beneficially affect the animals' condition, reproduction and productivity, probably as a result of a reduction in chronic stress. We...

  15. Pets bring therapeutic benefits to nursing homes

    Contributor(s): Park, K.

  16. The human-animal bond in healthcare

    Contributor(s): Buettner, L., Gibson, K.

  17. My holistic workplace: alpacas & therapy

    Contributor(s): Christy, A.

  18. The gift of presence: the story of Abby

    Contributor(s): Clark, T.

  19. Humanizing the workplace: pet power

    Contributor(s): Crawford, J.

  20. Paws, claws, loving companions: pet therapy and children

    Contributor(s): Hines, M. E.