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Abstract We studied a program that permitted a selected number of prisoners to keep pets. We observed the physiological and behavioral effects of this contact and retrospectively examined the effect of pet possession on the frequency and severity of disciplinary offenses. The presence of a pet...
Abstract Interviews were conducted with 24 graduating veterinary students to examine (a) changes in their attitudes toward animals; (b) the types of experiences and procedures that they found personally distressing; (c) their perceptions of the most important ethical issues that they will face...
Abstract This exploratory pilot study examined parents' and children's responsibilities for pet care as compared to other household chores. Families included in the study (N=42) included children ranging in age from preschoolers to young adults. The results indicate that pet care is a parental...
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