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  1. Behavioural characteristics of dogs removed from hoarding situations

    Contributor(s):: McMillan, Franklin D., Vanderstichel, Raphaël, Stryhn, Henrik, Yu, Jenny, Serpell, James A.

    Hoarding occurs when persons accumulate animals in numbers that exceed their capacity to provide for the needs of the animals. Typical animal hoarding environments are extremely unsanitary and unhealthy, with malnutrition, disease, and death all common elements. Anecdotal reports of dogs...

  2. Did Harvey Learn from Katrina? Initial Observations of the Response to Companion Animals during Hurricane Harvey

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    | Contributor(s):: Steve Glassey

    The aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 became the genesis of animal emergency management and created significant reforms in the US particularly the passage of the Pets Emergency and Transportation Standards Act in 2006 that required state and local emergency management arrangements to be...

  3. Understanding Animal Neglect and Hoarding

    | Contributor(s):: Patronek, Gary, Nathanson, Jane N., Levitt, Lacey, Grisso, Thomas

  4. Animal hoarding

    | Contributor(s):: Patronek, Gary J., Ayers, Catherine R., Frost, Randy O., Steketee, Gail

  5. Animal hoarding: not just an animal welfare issue

    | Contributor(s):: Honey, L.

  6. Newsletter of The American Association of Human-Animal Bond Veterinarians, Volume 19

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    Contents: Quality of Life for People and Pets, pg 1WALTHAM/AAH-ABV Collaborate, pg 1Bustad memorial Lecture, pg 3What Do We Mean By Quality of Life?, pg 3Behavioral Management to Promote Quality of Life, pg 4Making the Quality of Life the Focus, pg 5Quality of Life for Animals in Confinement, pg...

  7. Animal Hoarding: Slipping Into the Darkness of Comorbid Animal and Self-Neglect

    | Contributor(s):: Nathanson, Jane N.

    Substantial research and literature indicate how people and companion animals form relationships that are, for the most part, mutually beneficial. Yet there are highly dysfunctional human-animal relationships that do occur, meriting attention and remediation. One of the most perplexing and...

  8. Connection between animals and elder abuse

    | Contributor(s):: Cook-Daniels, Loree

  9. Characteristics and antecedents of people who hoard animals: An exploratory comparative interview study

    | Contributor(s):: Steketee, Gail, Gibson, Amanda, Frost, Randy O., Alabiso, Janelle, Arluke, Arnold, Patronek, Gary

  10. Comparison of object and animal hoarding

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    | Contributor(s):: Frost, R. O., Patronek, G., Rosenfield, E.

    Recent research has highlighted the prevalence and harmful consequences of hoarding, and investigators have proposed inclusion of hoarding disorder in DSM-5. An unanswered question about the proposed disorder is whether people who hoard animals would meet diagnostic criteria for it. This...