The Organization for Human-Animal Interaction Research and Education


Advancing the Science Behind Human-Animal Interaction

OHAIRE
The Organization for Human-Animal Interaction Research and Education (OHAIRE) is a research group led by Dr. Maggie O'Haire at Purdue University. It includes national and international collaborators, students, and community members working together to conduct rigorous, scientific research on the unique and pervasive effects of interacting with animals. We study many areas of Human-Animal Interaction, including companion animals, service dogs, service animals for veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), animal-assisted intervention such as for autism, and animal welfare.
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