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301 Can pet visits help kids with cancer? by 2 Posts Last Post by
602 Canine Co-Facilitated Interventions by 2 Posts Last Post by
324 Connecticut to enact animal-assisted therapy legislation in October by 2 Posts Last Post by
251 Desire to participate in study to demonstrate cost saving benefits of AAA / AAT by 1 Posts Last Post by
383 HABRI Foundation Awards Research Grants by 1 Posts Last Post by
398 Invitation to Participate in Dog Behavior Research by 1 Posts Last Post by
408 Master's social work thesis on autism assistance dogs as a parent support resource by 1 Posts Last Post by
416 New Call for Proposals, "Urban Roaming Animals: Global Problem, Global Solutions" by 1 Posts Last Post by
418 New Call for Proposals, Waltham Human-Animal Interaction Research Programme by 1 Posts Last Post by
124 New Equine Assisted Therapy resource launched by 1 Posts Last Post by
268 New Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin Launched by 1 Posts Last Post by
622 New NICHD Funding Opportunities Announced by 2 Posts Last Post by
587 New Online Human-Animal Interaction Course from Washington State University by 1 Posts Last Post by
317 New project highlights companion animal policies of assisted living facilities by 1 Posts Last Post by
315 New service aims to better connect veterinarians with clients by 1 Posts Last Post by
399 New study exploring the scientist-animal relationship by 1 Posts Last Post by
249 Request for Assistance with Canine Allergic Dermatitis Pet Owner Survey by 5 Posts Last Post by
284 Research participants required - vets and vet nurses by 2 Posts Last Post by