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Human-Animal Programs

The Animals and Society Institute’s Human-Animal Program equips people who are working in the areas of primary, secondary and tertiary prevention and treatment of animal abuse with state-of-the-art resources. We train human service providers to identify, evaluate, and treat individuals who have abused animals. We provide the public and a wide range of professionals with information and resources, including a database of effective and promising human-animal interaction programs and practices, virtual trainings and in-person presentations on children’s relationships with animals, and diversion and intervention programs. Our research-to-practice briefs translate research on human-animal relationships into information that shelter, rescue and other “hands-on” animal agency professionals can use to improve the well-being of animals and people alike.

 

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