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  1. Interpersonal barriers to stopping animal abuse: exploring the role of adolescent friendship norms and breeches

    Contributor(s):: Arluke, A.

  2. Examining the Meaning of Training Animals: A Photovoice Study With At-Risk Youth

    Contributor(s):: Williams, Rachel L., Metz, Alexia E.

  3. Bonding behind bars : a rehabilitative program for juvenile and youthful offenders

    Contributor(s):: Mullen, Elizabeth Diane

  4. Benefits of animal-assisted interventions to young offenders.

    Contributor(s):: Jacob, Catherine

  5. The Groundbreaking Study Proving Dogs Can Help Us to be More Fully Human

    Forum › general-discussion › the-human-animal-bond-in-the-media

    With approximately 1.2 million dogs euthanized in shelters annually, and thousands of young offenders serving time in juvenile correctional facilities, a proactive approach that nurtures the...

  6. Pathways to Hope

    Pathways to Hope has several different prison dog programs that strive toward inmate rehabilitation and provide training for potential service dogs.

  7. Loving Paws

    The Mission of Loving Paws Animal Assisted Therapy program is to promote the human-animal bond, create a fun and engaging environment that provides positive support and motivation, while enhancing the quality of life for vulnerable populations and those in need throughout Douglas County through...

  8. Therapy Animals of Southern Arizona

    Therapy Animals of Southern Arizona is an all-volunteer group of Pet Partners Therapy Animal Teams, and those who support the teams, who volunteer in Tuscon and the greater Southern Arizona area. We are also a Community Partner of the national non-profit Pet Partners. After completing training...

  9. Animal-assisted therapy with female juvenile offenders within a residential treatment setting

    | Contributor(s):: Cobaleda-Kegler, Janice

  10. Childhood attachment to a companion animal and social development of incarcerated male juvenile delinquents

    | Contributor(s):: Brown, Julye Myner