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The human-companion animal bond

By D. C. Anderson

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The author provides brief annotated references of basic resources on the "human-animal bond," the relationship between people and pets ("companion animals") throughout history. Types of human-animal relationships are very diverse, and the author offers examples of many, including animal-assisted therapies, pet-keeping, and training styles.

Date 2004
Publication Title Animals are the issue
Pages 7-23
ISBN/ISSN 0-7890-2489-6
Publisher Haworth Information Press
Location of Publication Binghamton
Language English
Author Address Rockydell Resources, 340 Killdeer Court, Lincoln, CA 95648-2474, USA.
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  1. Animal welfare
  2. Information
  3. Pets and companion animals
  4. publications
  5. References
  6. Relationships
  7. Social psychology and social anthropology