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  1. The unnatural world: behavioural aspects of humans and animals in the process of domestication

  2. Animals in medieval perceptions: the image of the ubiquitous other

  3. Animal abuse and developmental psychopathology: recent research, programmatic, and therapeutic issues and challenges for the future

  4. The role of animal-assisted therapy in clinical practice: the importance of demonstrating empirically orientated psychotherapy

  5. Guidelines and standards for animal selection in animal-assisted activity and therapy programs

  6. The animal-human bond: health and wellness

  7. Methods, standards, guidelines, and considerations in selecting animals for animal-assisted therapy

  8. From trust to domination: an alternative history of human-animal relations

  9. Animal-assisted therapy and the study of human-animal relationships: discipline or bondage? context or transitional object?

  10. Attitudes, knowledge and behaviour toward wildlife among the industrial superpowers: the United States, Japan, and Germany

  11. Cruelty and kindness to the 'brute creation': stability and change in the ethics of the man-animal relationship, 1600-1850

  12. Designing and implementing animal-assisted therapy programs in health and mental health organizations

  13. Between Pets and People: The Importance of Animal Companionship

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    Pets play a greater role in our emotional and physical health than ever before, according to this volume. The book by Alan M. Beck of Purdue's School of Veterinary Medicine and Aaron H. Katcher, psychiatrist and professor emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania, explores the emotional and...

  14. Saving Grace K9's

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    The unconditional love of dogs has saved many veterans from taking their own lives which is why Saving Grace K9's believes in partnering veterans with a rescue dog. For the Saving Grace K9's program, the dogs used are not breed specific and are trained in tandem with the veteran handler...

  15. Hounds Helping Heroes Heal

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    Any U.S. Military Veteran that has Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD ) and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is eligible and encouraged to apply for an ESA/Service Dog through H4 – Hounds Helping Heroes Heal. Once the application and screening process is completed, the appropriate dog will...