West Michigan Therapy Dogs, Inc.
West Michigan Therapy Dogs, Inc. a non-profit therapy dog organization of volunteers providing the western region of Michigan with Animal Assisted Activities (AAA) and Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) since 2001. Handler and dog teams partner with community health, education, and rehabilitative...
Paws for Friendship
Never looking back, and striving to honor the mission statement, "... volunteers sharing the unconditional love of their personal pets with people in need throughout the world."Paws for Friendship commitment to visiting those in nursing homes, hospitals and assisted living centers is paramount....
Human Animal Bond Inc.
The mission is to conduct research, education and training in the area of the human -animal bond with the outcome of benefiting the human and animal conditions.The long term goals of The Human-Animal Bond, Inc. are: to establish a model, all-inclusive, animal assisted-living community with...
Canine Therapy Corps
CANINE THERAPY CORPS: Empowers and motivates individuals to improve their physical and psychological health and well-being by harnessing the human-animal bond; provides goal-directed, interactive animal-assisted therapy services, free of charge, using volunteers and certified therapy dogs; and...
Veterinary Social Work (VSW)
Veterinary Social Work is an area of social work practice that attends to the human needs that arise in the intersection of veterinary medicine and social work practice. The four areas of veterinary social work are:■ Grief & Pet Loss■ Animal-Assisted Interactions■ The Link Between Human &...
Center for the Study of Human-Animal Interdependent Relationships
The mission for the Center for the Study of Human-Animal Interdependent Relationships at Tuskegee University's School of Veterinary Medicine is to use a multidisciplinary approach to studying, strengthening, and promoting the health benefits that people and animals may derive from one another.
Paws in Prison
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A prison based dog training program at Hawkins Center for Women is helping prisoners, dogs and their future adoptive families. Read more about the program here:...
The reliability of peer review in anthrozoology
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