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Canine Therapy: Training Romanian Strays to Help Children

By Victor Chitic, Michael Bird (director)

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Abstract

This is a short clip shot in 2011 by Michael Bird with therapist Victor Chitic and the Animal Assisted Therapy program Dogs for People developed in Romania by the animal welfare organization Four Paws.
Using a dog we can address with children issues that need to be discussed in a sensitive context; - How Romanian stray dogs can be trained to help abandoned children learn, integrate and empathize

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Date 2011
Publisher Vimeo
Location of Publication Bucharest, Romania
Size/Length 11;39
Language English
Author Address victor_chitic@yahoo.com
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Tags
  1. Abandonment
  2. Animal-assisted therapies
  3. Animal welfare
  4. Dogs
  5. Helping behavior
  6. Mammals
  7. Romania
  8. Social Environments
  9. stray animals