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  1. "We Always Hurt the Things We Love"—Unnoticed Abuse of Companion Animals

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    | Contributor(s):: Bernard E. Rollin

    Despite the fact that companion animals enjoy the status of “members of the family” in contemporary society, there are numerous diseases affecting the longevity of these animals and their quality of life. Some of the most pervasive and damaging problems accrue to pedigreed animals...

  2. 'A fiendish outrage'? A study of animal maiming in East Anglia: 1830-1870

    | Contributor(s):: Archer, J. E.

  3. 'Battered pets': features that raise suspicion of non-accidental injury

    | Contributor(s):: Munro, H. M. C., Thrusfield, M. V.

  4. Acknowledging the "zoological connection": A sociological analysis of animal cruelty - Commentary

    | Contributor(s):: Flynn, C. P.

  5. Animal abuse issues in therapy: A survey of therapists' attitudes

    | Contributor(s):: Schaefer, Karen D., Hays, Kimberly A., Steiner, Robert L.

  6. Animal Cruelty and Elder Abuse

    | Contributor(s):: Edward F. Ansello

    Do people who mistreat animals also mistreat humans? Over the course of time, does someone who mistreats small creatures “graduate” to abusing humans, especially vulnerable older adults?We’ve heard, of course, about the extreme, sociopathic murderers who escalated from...

  7. Animal cruelty and human violence: the veterinarian's role in making the connection: the American experience

    | Contributor(s):: Lockwood, R.

  8. Baby Steps: Minnesota Raises Certain Forms of Animal Cruelty to Felony Status

    | Contributor(s):: Corwin R. Kruse

    The relationships between humans and animals are complex and contradictory; we welcome them into our homes and treat them as members of the family, yet we inflict upon them all manner of atrocities. Although laws prohibiting cruelty to animals exist in all...

  9. Battered women and their animal companions: Symbolic interaction between human and nonhuman animals

    | Contributor(s):: Flynn, C. P.

  10. Battered women as coerced victim-perpetrators

    | Contributor(s):: Loring, Marti Tamm, Beaudoin, Pati

  11. Battered women's reports of their partners' and their children's cruelty to animals

    | Contributor(s):: Ascione, Frank R.

  12. Behavioral and psychological characteristics of canine victims of abuse

    | Contributor(s):: McMillan, F. D., Duffy, D. L., Zawistowski, S. L., Serpell, J. A.

    Abuse is an intentional act that causes harm to an individual. Dogs ( Canis familiaris) with a known or suspected history of abuse were solicited for the study. A panel of 5 experts in canine behavior and abuse selected the dogs judged as having a certain or near certain history of being abused...

  13. Bioética, un reclamo coherente para el bienestar animal

    | Contributor(s):: Liumar Pérez García, Eduardo Ribot Guzmán, Joa Rodríguez, Yenise Rafael, Romero Hernández

    Independientemente del trabajo de educación ambiental que se realiza en el país,en los últimos tiempos, en una parte de los sectores más jóvenes de la población, seha despertado el interés por las peleas de perros y de gallos, entre otras prácticasque afectan el bienestar animal. ¿Cómo proceder...

  14. Can Attitudes About Animal Neglect Be Differentiated From Attitudes About Animal Abuse?

    | Contributor(s):: Henry, B. C.

  15. Child abuse, animal abuse, and the veterinarian

    | Contributor(s):: Arkow, P.

  16. Child/pet maltreatment: adolescents' ratings of parent and owner behaviors

    | Contributor(s):: Haney, Shirley, Peterson, Karen L., Roscoe, Bruce

  17. Children who are cruel to animals: a follow-up study

    | Contributor(s):: Rigdon, J. D., Tapia, F.

  18. Coercive control and abused women’s decisions about their pets when seeking shelter

    | Contributor(s):: Hardesty, Jennifer L., Khaw, Lyndal, Ridgway, Marcella D., Weber, Cheryl, Miles, Teresa

  19. College Students' Experiences of Nonhuman Animal Harm in the United States and The Bahamas

    | Contributor(s):: Fielding, W., Cronin, T. W., Risley-Curtiss, C.

  20. Community attitudes reflect reporting rates and prevalence of animal mistreatment

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    | Contributor(s):: Glanville, C., Ford, J., Cook, R., Coleman, G. J.

    Community attitudes toward the treatment of animals are important to understand for the development of intervention programs to prevent mistreatment. We aimed to investigate whether previously identified differences between local government areas (LGAs) in the rates of animal mistreatment...