July 9th, 2014

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What Happens to the Animals Who Are Used to Treat People in Therapy?

What Happens to the Animals Who Are Used to Treat People in Therapy?

Massive amounts of time, money, and energy have gone into understanding the effects of animal-assisted therapy people. In general, the results are positive. Animals can help rehabilitate prison inmates, they help sick children and adults feel better, and they can help folks with social or emotional…

Posted by Julie Rice on 9 Jul 2014, 16:20

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What Happens to the Animals Who Are Used to Treat People in Therapy?

What Happens to the Animals Who Are Used to Treat People in Therapy?

Massive amounts of time, money, and energy have gone into understanding the effects of animal-assisted therapy people. In general, the results are positive. Animals can help rehabilitate prison inmates, they help sick children and adults feel better, and they can help folks with social or emotional…

Posted by Julie Rice on 9 Jul 2014, 16:20

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From Shelter to K9 Unit: Group Gives Dogs Second Chance and a Duty

From Shelter to K9 Unit: Group Gives Dogs Second Chance and a Duty

WN from shelter to k9 Across the US, police dogs working the crime beat have usually been purebreds, trained in Europe, at a cost of tens of thousands of dollars for police departments. But trainer Brad Croft in San Antonio, Texas, has shown that law enforcement can get the same work for next to not…

Posted by Julie Rice on 9 Jul 2014, 20:42

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From Shelter to K9 Unit: Group Gives Dogs Second Chance and a Duty

From Shelter to K9 Unit: Group Gives Dogs Second Chance and a Duty

WN from shelter to k9 Across the US, police dogs working the crime beat have usually been purebreds, trained in Europe, at a cost of tens of thousands of dollars for police departments. But trainer Brad Croft in San Antonio, Texas, has shown that law enforcement can get the same work for next to not…

Posted by Julie Rice on 9 Jul 2014, 20:42

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