Guidance and legislation covering pet welfare and animal cruelty. Wilson, C.C., and D.C. Turner, eds. 1997. Companion Animals in Human Health. Sage Publications. Journal co-editor Priscilla Cohn, a philosophy professor emerita at Penn State-Abington near Philadelphia, noted in an email that the discussion has implications for humans as well. This section will assist you with all your animal concerns and, at the same time, pay tribute to the creatures that brighten our lives. Keep your pets healthy and happy, and keep checking this page – our Pets & Animals section will continue to grow.
A team of scientists there wanted to know what animals that aren’t traditionally pets might make safe, happy, friendly companions. If you have located your pet on this web site, please call (714) 935-6848 and identify your pet by the Pet Identification Number. Then come to the Care Center during normal operating hours, with personal identification, to arrange redemption.
Many breeds of certain animal species – dogs and cats, for example – have a long history of being human companions, and keeping these as pets is morally good, since this is the natural way for these animals to live. Indeed, forcing such animals to live in a wild environment that they are unfitted for would be morally wrong. Even thousands of years ago, people treated their beloved pets just like humans. The animals died naturally and were buried beside treasured items.
Adopt a dog or cat at no-kill, non-profit Animal House Shelter located in Huntley Illinois. We rescue all breeds of cats and dogs. Domestic animals enrich the lives of many county residents. However, if not cared for properly, these animals also can be disruptive to a neighborhood. Animal Protection and Control can help resolve animal control problems such as stray or vicious animals, noise complaints and reports of animal cruelty.
For more scientific research about human-animal interaction, see How Animals Affect Us: Examining the Influence of Human-Animal Interaction of Child Development and Human Health by Peggy McCardel, Sandra McCune, James A. Griffin, and Valerie Maholmes. The book is based in part on a workshop sponsored by the Waltham Centre for Pet Nutrition, a division of Mars, Incorporated, and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).