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  1. When studying the human-animal relationship became legitimate

    Contributor(s): Stanley Coren

    Stanley Coren describes the moment when his passion was taken seriously.

  2. The challenges of protecting animals in Egypt

    Contributor(s): Nadine Mohamed Ismail

    This audio documentary aims to present the mindset of Egyptians regarding the idea of animal welfare and animal rights in Egypt. It aims to demonstrate how far behind the Egyptian government and people are in appreciating dogs. To depict such an idea, it includes stories from pet owners and...

  3. Pet psychology II

    George Mason University "Frankly Speaking" radio showThe show topic is the aspects of dealing with pets.

  4. Pet psychology I

    George Mason University "Frankly Speaking" radio showThe show topic is the aspects of dealing with pets and the new field of psychology in pets.

  5. Canine Therapy: Training Romanian Strays to Help Children

    Contributor(s): Chitic, Victor, Bird, Michael

  6. Chickens and Donkeys and Goats, Oh My! (part 2 of 2)

    Contributor(s): R. Lee Zasloff

    Human Animal Relationships Through Human-Donkey Perspectives

  7. Chickens and Donkeys and Goats, Oh My! (part 1 of 2)

    Contributor(s): R. Lee Zasloff

    Human Animal Relationships Through Human-Donkey Perspectives

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  9. Home before dark

    Contributor(s): Gross Dobbs, Patty, Gross, Daniel

  10. Raising your North Star

    Contributor(s): Gross Dobbs, Patty, Gross, Daniel

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    Contributor(s): Nikki H, Nikki NonAdmin (editor), nikki o'really (producer), fancy

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  12. Pet Therapy: How animals and humans heal each other

    Contributor(s): Julie Rovner

    Those of us who own pets know they make us happy. But a growing body of scientific research is showing that our pets can also make us healthy, or healthier.

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    Contributor(s): Nikki NonAdmin, John Doe (editor), Larry Doe (editor)